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Calif. man who propped dead wife on couch while kids opened Christmas gifts convicted of murder

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Here's one for the National Enquirer......actually it's the Toronto Sun.

Crazy is normal.

That is just so horrible for those children :( I am really starting to dislike the majority of people. I get why God sent the flood to cleanse the earth.
 

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That is just so horrible for those children :( I am really starting to dislike the majority of people. I get why God sent the flood to cleanse the earth.
We need another one....soon!
 

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What a strange POS, hope he dies in prison.
 

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snip..."Authorities determined Preston had died around 1 a.m. on Christmas Day, but prosecutors told jurors that Wallace videotaped his stepchildren opening their presents later that morning with the mother’s body arranged on the sofa in front of them, according to the Los Angeles City News Service (CNS).

The defence team countered that Wallace did not intend to kill his wife, and that at least some of the multiple head injuries she suffered resulted from repeated falls she took following a night of Christmas Eve drinking by the couple. His attorneys said there was no proof which of Preston’s injuries were fatal and precisely how they were caused, CNS reported.

Jurors were instructed to consider first- and second-degree murder as well as voluntary and involuntary manslaughter in their deliberations, which began on Tuesday, CNS said.

CNS, citing prosecutors’ statements in court, said Wallace had served 18 days in jail after previously pleading guilty to beating the victim and threatening to kill her in 2008."...snip
 

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Well, that's quite the Christmas Story....