Shy and polite, Jolanta Bledaite was one of the most conscientious of eastern European migrants who toiled in the daffodil fields and vegetable farms of Angus, diligently saving as much as she could from the £100 she took home every week.
The 35-year-old was close to fulfilling her dream when two fellow Lithuanians concocted and then executed a plan to kill her, chop up her body and dump it in the North Sea so they could get their hands on the few thousand pounds she had saved for a better life back home.
Yesterday Vitas Plytnykas, 41, was found guilty of murdering Ms Bledaite. With his accomplice, Aleksandras Skirda, who admitted the murder last year, he tortured Ms Bledaite at her flat in Brechin until she gave them the PIN number for her bank account. They then killed her, cut up her body and threw the parts into the sea.
The horrific murder shocked the people of Scotland, b
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