TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A former military linguist and Army officer’s wife convicted of murdering her two teenage children told a judge she knows what she has done and apologized. Jurors on Thursday found 53-year-old […]
A Florida jury must decide whether a former Army linguist knew what she was doing when she killed her two teenagers — by shooting each in the head and mouth — or whether she was insane at the time and couldn’t tell right from wrong.
Two doctors in the trial of a Tampa woman accused of killing her two teenage children told a jury Wednesday that she was sane at the time of the shootings.
The Army officer ex-husband of a woman accused of killing their two teenagers while he was deployed told a jury on Tuesday that her mental illness was a constant “drum beat” in their 20-year marriage.
A woman accused of shooting her two teenagers called herself “a failure” because she didn’t succeed at committing suicide after killing her children, a psychiatrist testified Monday.
A Tampa mother accused of killing her two teenagers told a detective hours after the bodies were found that they had been mean and she hoped they were dead.
Julie Schenecker was a sick, troubled member of an all-American family, her defense attorney said as the military wife’s trial began Monday, but prosecutors told jurors that the woman planned a “Saturday massacre” and wrote coldly in her journal about how she “offed” her two teenage children.
Prosecutors say they are no longer seeking the death penalty for a Tampa mother accused of fatally shooting her two children.