Dena Riley Pleads Guilty in Videotaped Sex Killing Case
Dena Riley, the Kansas City woman accused along with her boyfriend in the Videotaped Sex Killing case has pleaded guilty.
The sick case involved Riley and her boyfriend Richard Davis killing Marsha Spicer by suffocation while filming the event.
Riley cut a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to avoid the death penalty. The charges included first-degree murder, kidnapping, sodomy and sex abuse. Riley also pleaded guilty to kidnapping, sodomy, sex abuse and assault for a separate videotaped attack on Michelle Huff-Ricci (who was also killed) and a kidnapping of 5-year-old girl related to Davis.
Riley was sentenced to life without parole for the murder charge and to eight additional life sentences and 239 years in prison for 25 other counts.
Davis was found guilty at trial earlier this year and is currently on death row.
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