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Texas ex-cop pleads not guilty to murder of pregnant girlfriend

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A former Texas police officer, was admitted to fatally shooting his girlfriend and their unborn child, and to reverse his not guilty plea, and the release of a high-profile murder case to an end, a month before it was set to go to court.

With his guilty plea, the former Austin police officer VonTrey Clark, 36, will receive a lesser sentence of life in prison without parole as part of his plea agreement. Prosecutors had demanded the death penalty.

Clark confesses to murder on Live, Dean is 29 and works as a police, victims, a counselor, and in 2015, while she was seven months pregnant with his child. Dean’s body was found in February 2015 on a behind of a deserted office building in Bastrop County. She had been shot three times.

VonTrey Clark

He had urged Dean to get an abortion, because he has a family with another woman, prosecutors said. When she refused, Clark was hired two men to kill the associate Dean for an amount of $5,000, ” she said.

Clark made his way to Bali, Indonesia,, without permission to leave the Home of the County, and was dismissed from the Austin Police department in July of 2015. The indonesian police arrested Clark in August on a visa-related issue, and the federal agents, handed over to him, to return to the united states. about a month later.

Clark was charged with capital murder and pleaded not guilty in November to the end of 2015. One of Clark’s associates in the murder-for-hire (Kevin Watson was arrested and charged with murder. He has pleaded not guilty in 2016, but switched to a guilty plea months later. He will have to serve 35 years in prison. The second accomplice has an arraignment hearing set for Jan. 6.

The hallway to Dean’s family were present in court on Monday.

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“The only person I can turn to for moral support or advice, again, thank you so much,” Samantha’s younger sister, Taylor, Dean, said, according to the Austin American-Statesmen. “You stole my favorite person.

“But that’s not all of it. You have to be an innocent child, and you stole my cousin. It’s hard to believe that someone so small could bring so much joy and they went in. “You are our future memories.”

Samantha’s mother said.

“This man here,” Robert Dean said, motioning in the direction of her husband, “this is not a real man.

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“This has ripped him to his core. You have to understand that this man is the treasure of all his girls. We ask nothing, we have nothing, we do as much as possible,” she said. “So, if this situation has happened before, it happened to me, that you saved me. I asked him if he was late, and the system has to deal with. You took everything else away, if you took that Instead.”

She added that in the days leading up to her daughter’s murder, she had been in the shop for-car seats for the child, which would have been the name of Madeline.

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“God, you have the opportunity to do the right thing and to love is to be found by way of a little angel that will soothe your soul,” she said. “Madeline, it is your chance to make things better. I know she would have loved you unconditionally. Nevertheless, it is a missed opportunity, and you chose to kill her.”

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