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Death Penalty no longer at play for Virginia Larzelere in 1991 shotgun slaying of her Edgewater dentist-husband, Dr. Norman Larzelere.
DAYTONA BEACH -- Virginia Larzelere, the condemned mastermind behind the 1991 shotgun slaying of her Edgewater dentist-husband for a $2.1 million life insurance payout was all smiles Friday at the Justice Center because even though she was sentenced to life in prison, the death penaty was no longer at play.
As if that was not reason enough to smile, Larzelere, now 55, could get out of prison in eight years or even sooner because of gain time under the old Florida sentencing guidelines that were in effect at the time of her conviction.
Killer Bradshaw: 'I know in my heart I wouldn't hurt Lisa just like I know in my heart there's a God.'
Already found guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of Lisa Memro, Russell Bradshaw finally took the stand in the penalty phase Monday -- just in time to illicit enough pity to spare his own pathetic life, feining memory loss while using God as a crutch.