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'Welcome to Sweetie Pie's' Star Tim Norman Sentenced to Life in Prison in Murder-for-Hire Plot Against Nephew

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, has been sentenced to life in federal prison following his conviction for arranging the 2016 murder of his nephew.Norman learned his fate on Thursday morning in St.

Louis federal court following the week-long trial back in September. The jury deliberated for 17 hours and determined he was guilty of conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire, murder-for-hire and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in the fatal shooting of his 20-year-old nephew, Andre Montgomery.According to the Justice Department, Norman took out a life insurance policy worth $450,000 on Montgomery in 2014 before hiring three individuals to carry out the murder on March 14, 2016.«Tim Norman sought to make $450,000 by having his nephew, Andre Montgomery, killed.

Instead, he was caught and will spend the rest of his life in prison,» said U.S. Attorney Sayler A. Fleming in a news release. «Although Andre’s family was robbed of their loved one, hopefully this result will provide some measure of peace and justice for them.»U.S.

Attorney Angie Danis said during Thursday's sentencing hearing that Norman «portrayed one image to the public, but there were more sinister intentions lurking underneath.» She added that «when he thought no one was watching, he planned the execution of his nephew and carried it out.»Authorities said the shooter, a 31-year-old man from St.

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