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New twist in case of woman accused of killing former lawmaker

CBS News Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Inmates told State Police that Rebecca Lynn O'Donnell talked with them about killing Linda Collins-Smith's ex-husband, Phil Smith, and arranging to have the death look like suicide.

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