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Ex-girlfriend of Mazzaglia recounts Lizzi's final moments
McDonough said Marriott “almost immediately” stopped moving and gave only a “short ... quick gasp.”
“I didn’t have anywhere else to go,” McDonough said. “I loved (Mazzaglia), I didn’t want to lose him. He was the only real person I had.”
“(Mazzaglia) held the suitcase shut while I wrapped the duct tape around,” McDonough said.
Mazzaglia was arrested on suspicion of murder Oct. 13, 2012. McDonough was arrested Dec. 24. Hinckley noted that McDonough’s original sentence for felony perjury and other charges was for up to 18 years and that she could return to jail for much of that time if she failed to meet her obligations in court.
“To tell the truth,” McDonough replied.
Hinckley asked McDonough if she killed Marriott, if Marriott died “accidentally or any other way,” or “in any sort of sexual activity in which she was a willing participant.” McDonough said “no” to all three.
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