He expected to be rewarded for not hiding or telling the truth after killing his wife with barbells?
He wanted to hear "Such a good boy?"
It sounds like his 35 years only was a pretty good deal for someone who killed his wife.
Husband gets 35 years for barbell blugeoning
An Atascosa man who fatally beat his common-law wife with a barbell and dumped her body in a trash heap outside their home last year was sentenced Tuesday to 35 years in prison.
Rudy Llamas Jr.'s voice was feeble as he stood before state District Judge Mary Roman in shackles and an orange jail outfit.“I want to say I'm sorry for what happened,” he said. “I didn't hide and I didn't lie (about the killing).
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