Nancy Crampton Brophy, 71, is accused of murdering her partner. She denies this.
The author of an essay titled “How to Murder Your Husband” was sentenced to life in the United States on Monday for the death of her partner.
Nancy Crampton Brophy, 71, will be eligible for parole in 25 years, according to an Oregon judge’s ruling.
The details of the case were addressed during a month-long trial in which she was accused of buying a gun online and receiving thousands of dollars in life insurance to kill her husband.
The gun, which he says was bought while researching a new novel, was never found.
Chef Danielle Brophy was found in June 2018 on the floor of a class at a cooking institute where she worked. He had been hit by two bullets. Security footage showed his wife driving in the area at the same time.
The author signs a series of novels titled “Wrong Never Felt So Good” and includes titles such as “The Wrong Husband” and “The Wrong Lover”.
She claims she doesn’t remember living there, but says she may have been looking for inspiration for a new work of fiction in the neighborhood.
Crampton Brophy denied murderand insisted that years of financial problems were a thing of the past and that She had no reason to kill her husband.
“I’ll ask you where the inspiration is? An editor would laugh and say ‘I think you need to work more on this story, you have holes in it,'” the defendant said during his trial.
His lawyers announced that they would appeal the decision.
The methods and purposes of getting rid of unwanted partner are discussed in the essay “How to Murder Your Husband”, available on a blog.
“But what I do know about murder is that each of us has it inside of us when pushed hard enough,” says the author.
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