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Couple Gets Life Behind Bars In Union Co. Murders

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UNION, S.C. - A couple charged in the deaths of two people in Union County last July entered guilty pleas to all charges in court Tuesday morning.  Shortly after, they were sentenced to two consecutive life sentences for the murders.

Jeremy and Christine Moody pleaded guilty to murder, kidnapping, burglary and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in the double-murder of Charles and Gretchen Parker.

The Parker's were found shot and stabbed inside their home in July 2013.

Investigators say Jeremy Moody told the Union County Sheriff that he had targeted Charles Parker because he was on the sex offender list.

The Moodys have been linked to Neo-Nazi gangs.


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