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A Montana woman, apparently unsure that marriage was the right step, decided to skip counseling to solve her marital tension and opted to push her husband of eight days off a cliff, prosecutors say.
Jordan Linn Graham, 22, appeared in federal court for a hearing on Monday to face second degree murder charges stemming from the July 7 incident. According to a criminal complaint, Graham and her husband Cody Lee Johnson, 25, had a fight, but decided afterward to go hiking in Glacier National Park in Flathead County, Montana. Their spat continued and when Johnson grabbed her arm, she allegedly responded by removing his hand, then pushing him in the back, causing him to fall of the precipice to his death.
An FBI affidavit shows that Graham was having second thoughts about having married Johnson, and had told a…
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