His Wife Had A Fatal Accident When They Were Hiking…But It Was No Accident At All

To celebrate their anniversary in September 2012, Henthorn and Toni, his wife, went on a hiking trip in the Rocky Mountain National Park. This was how he plotted her “accidental” death. Check out what he did and what happened.

This has got to be the greatest form of betrayal.

 

 

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While hiking, Toni “fell” off a cliff, plunging 128 feet to her death. This photo below is the last picture taken before her death.

While they were walking, Toni fell off a cliff and plunged 128 feet to her death. The photo below was the last picture taken before she died.

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Luckily, someone looked deeper. When police figured out that Henthorn received a a hefty amount of money from her life insurance, he was arrested and charged with murder.

But Toni's death was far from accidental. Once police figured out that Henthorn had received a ton of money from her life insurance, he was arrested and charged with murder.

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During his trial, it was proven that Henthorn had meticulously plotted the death of his wife. They fear it most likely wasn’t the only time he’d done something like this. Scary!

At his trial, it came out that Henthorn had meticulously plotted the death of his late wife, and that it most likely wasn't the only time that he'd done something like that.

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This led prosecutors to look deeper into the suspicious circumstances of the car accident that claimed his first wife’s life in 1995, although he was only convicted of killing his second wife.

Even though he was only convicted of killing his second wife, prosecutors pointed to suspicious circumstances surrounding the car accident that killed his first wife back in 1995.

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Justice was served and the jury found him guilty. Henthorn was sentenced to life in prison. Of course, he maintained his innocence the entire time.

The jury agreed with prosecutors and sentenced Henthorn to life in prison. Oddly enough, he maintained his innocence the entire time.

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(via The Denver Post)

How awful that people could be so evil for money. I guess it’s true that money really is the root of all evil.

 

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