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Anna Marie Choudhary sentenced to 40 years in vile incest murder plot



Anna Marie Choudhary sentenced to 40 years in vile incest murder plot

The twisted murderer Anna Marie Choudhary got slapped with a 40-year sentence by West Virginia authorities for a shocking incest plot in which she murdered the boyfriend of her younger sister and then married their father, The Sun reports.

The incestuous dreams of Anna Marie Choudhary, who hails from the small Appalachian town of Boone, North Carolina, came crashing down on Wednesday after she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for slaying John Thomas McGuire.

First Anna Marie Choudhary, motivated by her incestuous urge to merge with her dad, tortured McGuire for three days in February 2019.

Then along with her sister and dad, they finally killed McGuire on Valentine’s Day.

The body of McGuire was found in a shallow grave several months later at the house of Choudhary’s dad – Larry Paul McClure.

INCEST MURDER PLOT: Woman, 33, who murdered her sister’s boyfriend in sick incest plot so sis could marry their FATHER sentenced to 40 years

The following November, McClure broke down and confessed to his part in the heinous crime.

The incest-happy dad wound up ratting out his daughers — Anna Marie Choudhary and the 31-year-old Amanda McClure, who also had a hand in the torture and killing of her boyfriend 

Both sisters were arrested.

The Bluefield Daily Telegraph reports that both Larry and Amanda McClure pleaded guilty to their roles in slaying McGuire.

Larry McClure pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and was sentenced to life without mercy in August 2020.

Daughter gets 40 years in family torture, murder case

Bluefield Daily Telegraph

Just like her incestuous sister, Anna Marie Choudhary, Amanda McClure received a 40-year sentence for second-degree murder. 

The mother of the late McGuire, Karen Smith, of Opelika, Alabama, tuned in to the Wednesday sentencing hearing via conference call.

She condemned Anna Marie Choudhary for her incestuous murder plot, seething that she hoped the family who murdered her son had a “very miserable life.”

Crime Online reports that the murder had its roots in the fateful moment in February 2019 when McGuire and Amanda McClure’s car broke down in Indiana as they were traveling from Minnesota to West Virginia. 

When the McClure couple’s car broke down in Indiana, Larry McClure, identified as Choudhary and Anna McClure’s father, picked them up and took them to his home in Skygusty, West Virginia.

Woman strangles and buries sister’s boyfriend in twisted incest murder plot so sister could marry her own father

After Amanda McClure and McGuire got high off of a “bad batch” of meth they’d made, one that put him in a “quiet rage,” one thing led to another and the family tied him up.

The family of three then proceeded to torture the man. All the while, Larry threatened Anna that if she didn’t do what he said, he and Amanda would harm her children.

They wound up killing him first by injecting him with meth, and then Anna Marie Choudhary, incest never far from her mind, strangled him to death. 

The Daily Mail reports that two weeks after the slaying, Anna Marie Choudhary entered an incestuous marriage with her father.

On Wednesday, at her sentencing hearing, [Choudhury] gave a harrowing, blow-by-blow description of the night when the killing took place.

Woman pleads guilty to murdering her sister’s boyfriend by injecting him with homemade meth, strangling him, burying him, digging him back up then dismembering him in sick Valentine’s Day incest plot that was set up so the sister could marry their FATHER

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Brooklyn Center city manager fired



Brooklyn Center city manager fired

Brooklyn Center City Manager Curt Boganey was fired on Monday evening, hours after he publicly disagreed with Mayor Mike Elliott’s assertion that the police officer who fatally shot a black man in the Minneapolis suburb should be immediately fired in response to the incident.

“Effective immediately our city manager has been relieved of his duties, and the deputy city manager will be assuming his duties moving forward,” Elliott wrote on Twitter. “I will continue to work my hardest to ensure good leadership at all levels of our city government.”

Daunte Wright, 20, was fatally shot during a traffic stop. Bodycam footage showed three officers gathered near a stopped car that police said was pulled over for an expired registration. Police attempted to arrest the man, later identified as Wright, for an outstanding warrant. A struggle ensued, followed by the fatal shooting.

Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon said the officer who shot and killed Wright had intended to fire a Taser, not their service weapon. Authorities have not released the name of the female officer involved in the shooting.

The Brooklyn Center City Council voted to fire Boganey, a longtime city employee, during an emergency meeting, the Star Tribune reported. At the same meeting, the council voted to give the mayor command authority over the city’s police department.

During a virtual workshop after the meeting, Council Member Kris Lawrence-Anderson said she voted to fire Boganey out of fear of potential reprisals from protestors if she did not, according to the newspaper.

“He was doing a great job. I respect him dearly,” Lawrence-Anderson said. “I didn’t want repercussions at a personal level.”

Both Elliott and Boganey addressed potential disciplinary action toward the officer during a press conference earlier in the day. At the time, Elliott called for the officer to be fired.

“Let me be very clear – my position is that we cannot afford to make mistakes that lead to the loss of life of other people in our profession,” Elliott said. “I do fully support releasing the officer of her duties.”

Before leaving the podium, Elliott noted that Boganey, as city manager, had the authority to determine whether the officer would be fired. Boganey noted that he would not take immediate action to remove the officer.

“All employees working for the city of Brooklyn Center are entitled to due process with respect to discipline,” Boganey said. “This employee will receive due process and that’s really all that I can say today.”

When pressed on whether he personally felt the officer should be fired, Boganey again called for due process.

“If I were to answer that question, I’d be contradicting what I said a moment ago — which is to say that all employees are entitled to due process and after that due process, discipline will be determined,” Boganey said. “If I were to say anything else, I would actually be contradicting the idea of due process.”

This is a breaking story. Check back for updates.

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China launches traffic signal for camels



China launches traffic signal for camels

Lights, camels, action!

Chinese officials have launched what they say is the world’s first traffic light for camels.

The signal came into operation Sunday at the Mingsha Mountain and Crescent Spring in Dunhuang City, Chinese state media outlet ECNS said Monday.

The area, in the country’s north-central Gansu province, has become increasingly popular with tourists in recent years, according to CNN.

Camel-riding tours especially are a big attraction for visitors — who will now be safe from bumpy travel, thanks to the new traffic light.

The contraption has signals for both tourists and camels, which turn green for go and red for stop.

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Widow says that late hubby killed missing mom and her son in 2002



Widow says that late hubby killed missing mom and her son in 2002

A woman confessed that her late husband killed a young mom and her 4-year-old son who vanished in Arkansas in 2002 — bringing the two decade-old cold case to a close, authorities said.

Barbara Krusen told the FBI earlier this month that her husband Clarence Krusen admitted to her that “done away with” 20-year-old Angela Mack Cox and little Thomas “Mikey” Rettew and burned their bodies in a furnace.

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday that this new information had helped them close the missing persons investigation into the mom and son, who were last heard from in December 2002.

Detectives first spoke to Barbara last year, and she admitted to meeting Cox in the fall of 2002, when the mom came to work on the Krusen’s farm in Alton, Missouri.

Cox wanted to move to California and had agreed to let the couple adopt her son, even signing the papers, the widow told police.

However, Barbara said the mom later had a change of heart, and told Clarence she wanted to come back to retrieve her boy.

“Barbara stated that it angered both her and Clarence,” a statement on the case states. “She told Angela she needed to come back and pick up Mikey. That she didn’t want to just be a babysitter.”

The couple sent Cox a bus ticket and picked her up in Springfield, Mo., before heading back to their farm, Barbara said.

The next morning, little Thomas and his mom were gone.

Investigators later asked Barbara, now based in Virginia, to give a polygraph test, which she did on April 2 — and failed, according to the sheriff’s office.

During an interview after the lie-detecting test, Barbara finally admitted that her late husband had told her he’d gotten rid of the victims by “killing them and destroying their bodies in a furnace that they had attached to their farmhouse.”

When the couple eventually left the farm, Clarence told Barbara that they had to remove the furnace because of what it had been used for, she told the authorities.

He was fatally shot in Laredo, Tx., in 2012, the sheriff’s office said.

What happened to Cox and her son would remain a mystery for eight more years.

Detectives have never been able to locate any trace of their remains, but said they believe Barbara’s account.

She will not face charges in connection with the case.

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