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A looming End to the reign of Alex Murdaugh as Juror's Judgement confirms he murdered his family

[b]● Murdaugh was convicted on six counts.
● He killed his family, hoping to buy himself sympathy for his yearlong record of financial crimes.
● Murdaugh admitted to more crimes, including lying to the investigators, but denied killing his wife and son.
● He spends $50,000 on drugs weekly.
● The formal Attorney blames his mistakes on his uncontrolled addiction problem as he faces 30 years to life in prison without parole for each murder charge.
● “The authorities conducted a shoddy investigation,” says the defense.
● Attorney Allan Wilson said the verdict resulted from “...a lot of hard-working people.”[/b]

[i][c=666666]The wealthy scion of a once powerful legal dynasty, Murdaugh, looked shattered as the clerk read the devastating verdict.[/c][/i]


After a brief deliberation of only three hours, a jury from South Carolina found Alex Murdaugh, an ex-Attorney with a checkered past, guilty on all counts for the murder of his wife and child that occurred in 2021.
Jurors started deliberations Thursday afternoon following weeks of testimony from dozens of witnesses in a sprawling case that culminated in a visit to the crime scene, the family's rural hunting estate Moselle, ahead of closing arguments.
The prosecutors asserted that Murdaugh murdered his wife and son in a frantic endeavor to direct attention away from his financial misdemeanors and win empathy from the area. Maggie Murdaugh, 52, was struck multiple times with a gun, and Paul, 22, was hit with a shotgun twice. Unfortunately, the murder weapons have not been recovered.

Standing in court as a witness in his trial, Murdaugh wept multiple times over the course of two days of testimony. He denied the accusation of murdering his wife and son outrightly. He acknowledged to the investigators that he had lied when he denied being at the estate that night, attributing his lies to his dependency on opioids. His lawyers claimed that his drug use cost him $50,000 on a weekly basis.

On his drug, "I'm not quite sure how I let myself get where I got. I battled that addiction for so many years. I was spending so much money on pills," Murdaugh said.
54-year-old Alex Murdaugh faces 30 years to life in prison without parole for each murder charge as a sentencing hearing is set to take place tomorrow, Friday 4th of March. However, Murdaugh will still face other trials in the future over numerous financial crimes.
The wealthy scion of a once powerful legal dynasty, Murdaugh, looked shattered as the clerk read the devastating verdict. His only living son, Buster, sat in the gallery, shaking his head in disbelief and wiping his face with his hand. But he did not appear to shed a tear.

In response to the verdict, the defense attorney, Jim Griffin, argued that the investigation conducted was somewhat shady as the court couldn’t provide DNA or fingerprint evidence which may point the direction of the investigation in other ways. He pleaded to have the verdict thrown out but was turned down by Judge Clifton Newman, who cited that the evidence was too glaring; "The jury has now considered the evidence for a significant period, and the evidence of guilt is overwhelming," he said.

Talking in a news conference on Thursday evening, General Alan Wilson, A South Carolina Attorney, expressed his excitement about the judicial process; he said the verdict came after “nearly two years of blood, sweat and tears from a lot of hard-working people.” he furthers that "Our criminal justice system worked tonight. It gave a voice to Maggie and Paul Murdaugh, who were brutally mowed down by someone they knew and trusted," Wilson said.
$50k a week on drugs…
What is he a horse?

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