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Wanda Barzee, a co-defendant in the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping case, pleaded guilty to several criminal charges in federal court today in exchange for a reduced prison sentence recommendation and her cooperation with prosecutors in the kidnapping, sexual assault, and violence case when Smart was 14-years-old.
Instead of life in prison, Barzee will receive a 15-year (180-month) federal prison sentence, and plead guilty to Utah state kidnapping charges.
Here is what Barzee admitted to in U.S. District Court:
You can view Barzee's guilty plea here:
Barzee pleaded guilty to Counts I and II of the federal indictment, which you can read here:
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