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Man found guilty in wifes death in CU lot
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (7/24/09)--A Knoxville man who was convicted of second-degree murder by running over his wife in the parking lot of a branch at ORNL FCU was sentenced to 35 years in prison Wednesday. Carlos Radale Cornwell, 35, protested the verdict stemming from the death of Leoned Cornwell, 42, on March 5, 2008, at an ATM outside the credit union's East Knoxville branch ( July 23 and News Now March 7, 2008) … Police had said the couple were in a car at the ATM and argued. Leoned Cornwell got out of the car, which backed over her. Prosecutors said the woman was a battered wife who was trying to stash away money to escape violence


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