U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Hear Henthorn AppealThe United States Supreme Court has refused to consider the case of convicted Colorado wife killer Harold Henthorn, ensuring Henthorn will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Court Rejects Henthorn AppealHarold Henthorn, convicted of killing his second wife by shoving her off a cliff, will not get a new trial according to a ruling.
Slain Woman's Ashes Returned 4 Years After MurderThe ashes of a slain Highlands Ranch eye doctor have been returned to her family in Mississippi four years after she was shoved to her death by her husband.
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Harold Henthorn Moved Out Of ColoradoHarold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man convicted last year of murdering his second wife, has been transferred from Colorado to a federal prison in Oklahoma City.
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Life In Prison For Henthorn: Proclaims Innocence At SentencingA federal judge sentenced Harold Henthorn to life in prison with no chance of parole at an emotional sentencing hearing.
Investigation Into Death Of Henthorn's First Wife Placed On HoldThe Douglas County Sheriff's Department has decided to no longer actively pursue a murder case against Harold Henthorn in connection with the death of his first wife.
911 Calls By Henthorn Partially Persuaded Jury To Convict Of MurderFederal prosecutors on Thursday released photos, documents and audio recordings that were used as evidence in the federal murder trial of Harold Henthorn. Last month a jury convicted Henthorn of killing his second wife, Toni, by pushing her off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012.
Henthorn To Appeal Guilty VerdictHarold Henthorn, convicted earlier this week of murdering his second wife, Toni, will appeal the conviction according to comments made Friday by his attorney, Craig Truman.
Family Hopes Henthorn's Guilty Verdict Puts Focus On First Wife's DeathRelatives of a woman whose husband was convicted of pushing her to her death off a cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park hope the guilty verdict also brings justice for the man's first wife.
'Harold’s Love Was Lethal': Jury Convicts Henthorn Of MurderA federal jury convicted Harold Henthorn, 59, of first-degree murder Monday afternoon following about 10 1/2 hours of deliberation.