A New Zealand millionaire who shot and killed his wife after she announced she was leaving him has spent the past 13 years denying his guilt.
But that all changed on Tuesday when horse breeder Greg Meads faced a parole board with the power to recommend he be released from jail, having served his minimum term of 11 years.
Shocking his victim’s family, Meads finally admitted he had murdered his wife on their Matamata property in September 2009.
‘I killed Helen, I was the person who pulled the trigger and I am fully responsible for her death,’ he said.
‘Yes it was a deliberate act, I raised the gun and I pulled the trigger,’ Mead said.
In September 2009 Helen Meads (pictured) was shot at close range by her husband Greg Meads at the home they shared together in Matamata
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