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The Murder Scheme that brought her 20 years to life

By Critical_Conformity     Feb 6, 2007 in Crime
Lynn M. Larkin was ordered to serve 20 years to life in prison for her role in the murder-for-hire strangulation of her mother-in-law two years ago in a failed bid to collect insurance money.
Larkin was an accomplice in the scheme to collect on an insurance policy on 66-year-old retired nurse Antionette Larkin, who was strangled in her home by Terrol M. Massey, a learning-disabled 17-year-old.
Massey faces sentencing on his conviction by a jury on second-degree murder, conspiracy and weapons charges for strangling Larkin.
Last year larkin's co-defendants - including her son - to shorter prison terms for their roles in planning the murder scheme.
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