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Registered Nurse Julie Keown had goals for her life: start a family, purchase a home, advance in her career.  She just needed to stay the course while her husband completed his MBA at Harvard and they would be all set. But sadly, Julie’s life was cruelly cut short and she didn’t live to see the future which she had worked and planned for all her life.

Join us at the quiet end for Sweet Talker. Julie and her husband James moved from Missouri to Massachusetts after James was accepted into Harvard Business School’s MBA program. Julie was able to work from home setting up hospitals with medical software and she believed that their finances were on the upswing. But James had secrets.  He was fired from his job for lying, he had racked up thousands in credit card debt, his car was repossessed, and there were issues with his education. From all angles, James’ life was falling apart. We’ll never know how much Julie knew about James’ lies, but we do know how far he was willing to go to save himself from financial and social ruin.

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Sources

Commonwealth v. James Keown, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, 10/23/2017

Death by Deception, Dateline, 1/9/2009

Lie After Lie by Lara Bricker, 2010

Man Guilty of Killing Wife with Antifreeze, CBS News, 7/2/2008

Julie & James

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Jan 23 2023
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