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‘Y’all know an undertaker?’ — How the Air Force foiled a half-baked murder plot in Louisiana | Task & Purpose

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According to a recently disclosed court filing, an airman’s half-baked attempt to murder her divorced spouse to claim their $100,000 life insurance policy in late 2019 was prevented by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.

Before pleading guilty to attempted unlawful ownership of fentanyl, attempted premeditated murder, attempted conspiracy to commit premeditated murder, a solicitation to commit murder, and attempted conspiracy to commit murder, the airman, Airman 1st Class Katelyn L. Day, was stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana. She was convicted and relegated to the lowest rank in the Air Force with a dishonorable discharge.

She was sentenced to ten years in prison on July 23, 2020. 

Source: https://taskandpurpose.com/news/air-force-office-of-special-investigations-murder 

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