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The sentence handed down to romantic thriller writer Nancy Crampton Bruffy, who was convicted of murdering her husband after writing an article titled “How to Kill Your Husband” years ago, has become clear. The victim’s family was more identified than the court sentence.
One of the most talked about cases in the United States. ‘Nancy Crampton Brophy’ The sentence handed down in the case was clear.
‘How to kill your husband’ Articles and ‘Wrong Husband’ And ‘Hell in the heart’ Nancy Crampton Bruffy, 71, was convicted of murdering her husband, Daniel Bruffy, about two weeks ago.
The life sentence handed down by the court carries the possibility of parole after 25 years. The woman’s lawyers have announced that they plan to appeal the decision.
The court yesterday ruled that the woman killed her 26-year-old husband for life insurance worth about $ 1.5 million and sentenced Nancy Crampton Brophy, who has been in prison since 2018, to life in prison.
The word marked court
However, the words of the victim’s family, who have been waiting for justice longer than the sentence given in the court, were identified.
Nearby ‘A Good Partner’ And Bill Bruffy, Daniel Bruffy’s brother, known as a respected chef, after the decision was announced “No matter how much time you spend in prison, it’s nothing compared to the eternity of hell.” Says
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Nathaniel, son of Dan Bruffy from a previous marriage, swore that even his youngest grandchildren would not know Nancy’s name.
“You killed someone who cooked for you, did your laundry, accepted you for who you are and supported you even in your failed experience, in cold blood, through a premeditated murder. More wisdom, depth and joy than my father’s life.” There were. Shallow and selfish people like you. “
Nancy Crampton Bruffy and her husband Danielle were shot dead in 2018 / Photo: Bruffy family“Family shocked”
The victim’s mother, Karen, said the whole family was shocked to learn that the man who had killed her son was their daughter-in-law, Nancy, who had been a dear member of their family for 25 years.
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“I don’t know what your life will be like after that, but I’m sure it won’t be good.”
The Crampton case took about 7 weeks. The court’s decision was widely covered in the foreign media today.
The woman, who was sentenced to life in prison, gave a clue to a murder that did not leave a mark on an article she had previously written “How to kill your husband.”
Nancy Crampton Bruffy’s husband, Daniel Bruffy, was found dead in the kitchen of his cooking school in Portland, Oregon on June 2, 2018. Although it was announced that the victim had been shot dead, the number one suspect in the police case was Nancy Crampton Brophy, the wife of the 25-year-old man and the woman arrested in 2018.
Prosecutors claim the 71-year-old woman was in financial trouble and killed her husband for জীবন 1.5 million in life insurance. The author, who denied the allegations against her from day one, said there was no reason to kill her husband and that she solved her financial problems by breaking down her retirement savings plan and turning it into money.
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That pictures play a major role in the decision
However, Nancy Crampton was spotted on the crime scene by security cameras on the day of Brophy’s murder and her purchased weapon was leaked from the Internet, leading to a life sentence in court.
“Women must be organized, brutal and intelligent to kill people”
Nancy Brophy “Wrong order” There are 6 books in his name. On the cover of all books “The mistake that can easily get your claim denied is to fail.” Sentences are included.
Crampton Brophy, much discussed during the trial ‘How to kill your husband’ In her essay, a woman that would kill her husband “Organized, ruthless and very clever” It should be said that it should be “After all, if the motive for the murder is to set me free, I certainly don’t want to spend time in prison. Let me just mention: I don’t like the overall and orange doesn’t suit me at all.” Used the word.