Mary Kennan O'Connor Part2
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In part one of the Mary Keenan O’Connor case, we discussed Mary’s early life and the murder of 5-year-old Nancy Glenn. Mary confessed to accidentally hitting Nancy in a fit of rage, but she refused to sign the confession. She denied putting Nancy face down in a mud puddle. The prosecution argued that Mary lured Nancy out to the crime scene and deliberately held her down in the puddle. In this episode, we’ll discuss the verdict of Mary’s murder trial and the remainder of her life and crimes. Join Mike and Gibby as they finish up the Mary O'Connor story. People were shocked at the jury's verdict at Mary's trial. There were accusations of bad police work and juror misconduct. But, Mary was free to live her life, and she married and had children. 30 years later, Mary became embroiled in a murder mystery again when a wife and mother was murdered, and two young children were severely beaten. Could Mary O'Connor beat another murder wrap? You can help support the show at Visit the show's website at for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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