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Florida woman gets a life sentence on the death of a spouse who at first blamed the alligators
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By Alex Johnson
A Florida woman was sentenced to life without parole on Wednesday for her murder murder on her first husband's 1
8-year-old lover ago, a death The police told the first alligators.
The woman, Denise Williams, was convicted last month in the state circuit court in Tallahassee of first-degree murder, conspiracy to make first-degree murder and accessory after the credibility of the first-degree murder . The order of access fell under a state law stating that a defendant could not be an accessory to a crime in which he was convicted.
Williams said Williams led the murder of his wife, Michael Williams, with Brian Winchester, who later admitted the shooting of the man.
Michael Williams's report disappeared in December 2000 after he went to duck in Lake Seminole with Winchester. Investigators said he was eaten by alligators.
Denise Williams reported that her husband was missing and later wanted to declare her dead so she and Winchester – who later married and divorced – could collect three insurance policies worth $ 1.75 million
Michael Williams stayed for almost 17 years, until his body discovered in October 2017 in a mud near a lake in the north of the state capital of Tallahassee. He died of a shotgun blast.