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The woman dubbed the “Black Widow” by the media will spend the next two years in federal prison.
Sandra Camille Powers, 64, was sentenced Sept. 3 to 24 months in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, followed by one year of supervised release. Powers must also pay a $250,000 fine.
But the woman who became notorious for, but never formally charged with, a trail of dead husbands, will serve time in prison for identity theft, not murder.
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