HLN affiliate WSB is reporting that prosecutors are considering dropping the most serious charges against Andrea Sneiderman.
According to WSB, “Court sources told Channel 2 investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer that prosecutors are considering dropping the three most serious charges against Sneiderman just days before her trial. They include felony murder, malice murder and aggravated assault.”
Jon Lewis, a reporter from WSB, gives Jane Velez-Mitchell the latest.
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Andrea Sneiderman is accused of conspiring to murder her husband, Rusty Sneiderman. Hemy Neuman, Andrea’s former supervisor, shot and killed Rusty Sneiderman outside of an Atlanta area day care in November of 2010. Neuman was convicted of that killing but was found mentally ill and is serving life in prison.
Prosecutors say Andrea Sneiderman was behind the whole thing and manipulated Neuman into killing her husband. Andrea says she had nothing to do with her husband’s murder.
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