Two women's death row cases share similarities | Richmond Times-Dispatch
Marilyn Kay Plantz, executed in 2001 by the state of Oklahoma, persuaded her younger lover and his pal to kill her husband for insurance money and stood by as they brutally did so.
Marilyn’s case is almost exactly like Teresa Lewis’ case. Marilyn and her coconspirators are now dead by electrocution. Teresa's coconspiritors committed suicide in prison and she is awaiting her upcoming execution September 23, 2010.
Laplanz boy William Bryson, Marilyn Plantz 18 year old lover she asked to kill her husband.









Marilyn and Teresa
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