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Florida jurors on Thursday rejected the insanity plea of a former military linguist and longtime Army officer's wife, convicting the 53-year-old of first-degree murder for shooting and killing her 13-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter more than three years ago while her husband was deployed.
A Tampa mother who is accused of killing her two teenagers told a detective that her children had been "really mean" and she hoped they were dead.
The ex-husband of a military wife charged with killing their two teenagers testified Tuesday that after the slayings, she looked at him and made a chilling statement.
In January 2011, just days before police said she shot her two teenagers to death for being "mouthy," Tampa mom Julie Schenecker wrote in her journal about taking her son to soccer practice and making her daughter's favorite chicken dinner.
Hillsborough County prosecutors have released 55 pages of emails sent to and from Julie Schenecker, the Tampa woman accused of killing her two children two years ago.
The woman who authorities say killed her teenage daughter and son because she was fed up with their talking back and being mouthy was released from the hospital on Sunday after being treated for an unknown condition.