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Deadly Duo: Molly Martens Corbett and her father, Thomas Michael Martens, charged with killing her husband, Jason Corbett

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Molly Corbett – convicted, sentenced to 240-300 months in prison
Thomas Martens – convicted, sentenced to 240-300 months in prison


3 Responses

  1. Praying for justice for Jason Corbett. He wa a honorable and caring man. I am grateful to have known him, as he was my plant manager at MPS in Lexington, N.C… He led by example, encouraged unity and demanded respect for all. He was good man and I am proud to call him my friend. I hope justice comes soon for Jason and all his family and friends. Gone but never forgotten.

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