Robert O. Marshall, Convicted in Murder-for-Hire of Wife, Dies After 30 Years in Prison

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Robert O. Marshall, Convicted in Murder-for-Hire of Wife, Dies After 30 Years in Prison
Convicted killer Robert O. Marshall, whose life inspired the best-selling true-crime book Blind Faith and whose upcoming parole hearing divided his sons over whether he was innocent or guilty of the 1984 murder-for-hire of their mother, has died in prison, his son says. Christopher Marshall, speaking to the Asbury Park Press, says his father died Saturday after more than 30 years behind bars in New Jersey. Christopher, 48, and his brother Roby, 49, firmly opposed their father's possible release after he was convicted of the contract killing of his wife Maria, then 42, allegedly to collect a $1.5 million insurance policy. Their youngest brother, John, 44, has
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