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An eccentric German man who at one point masqueraded as an Iraqi general was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years in prison for the 2011 murder of his 91-year-old wife in Washington.
Prosecutors say a man convicted of killing his 91-year-old socialite wife in their Washington home should spend life in prison.
A German man who pretended to be a well-connected Iraqi army general has been convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of his 91-year-old socialite wife.
A jury in the nation's capital has begun deliberating the fate of a German man charged with killing his 91-year-old socialite wife.
Jurors in the trial of a German man charged with killing his 91-year-old wife were shown bloody crime scene photographs Monday and a portion of an interview with homicide detectives in which he referred to the couple's relationship as a "marriage of convenience."
The Georgetown socialite charged with killing his elderly wife has asked a judge to throw out his case because of the way prosecutors handled evidence, court records show.
The trial of a German man charged with killing his 91-year-old socialite wife in Georgetown should move forward later this month even if the ailing defendant is too weak to come to court, a judge said Thursday.
A German man charged with killing his much-older wife has been starving himself and is in poor health, a doctor said Wednesday, but a judge said he intended to move forward with the trial.
A German man charged with killing his much-older wife in their Georgetown home has been starving himself and is in poor health, a doctor said Wednesday, but a judge said he intended to move forward with the trial.