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A man serving time at the Wyoming State penitentiary for robbery has pleaded guilty to mailing letters in an attempt to hire someone to murder his mother and stepfather. So reports the Associated Press.

The man, 23-year-old Andrew Silicani, hoped that he would inherit $850,000 in life insurance and property as a result of his parents’ murders. He was caught after a confidential source contacted the prison to report that Silicani had been soliciting a hit man’s services. Investigators then directed the source to have Silicani contact an undercover agent who impersonated a killer for hire.

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