Lead Defendant In Reservation Murder Case Sentenced To 35 Years
Susan Chippewa, who repeatedly stabbed an Ethete man last year on the Wind River Indian Reservation, will spend 35 years in federal prison, U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl said Tuesday.
“This murder was a heinous and senseless act,” Skavdahl told Chippewa during her sentencing hearing.
Jared Dean Little Whiteman didn’t die quickly from a car crash or some other kind of accident, he said.
Instead, he was tied to a bed in a trailer during an alcohol-fueled and pointless interrogation about drugs and money on June 3, 2014, Skavdahl said.
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