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Betty Broderick

Updated on July 27, 2011

Betty Broderick

Betty Broderick

We know that who she is but today we area going to talk about her as her 1992 interview with Oprah is on the top 10 rating all time of the show.

Can you believe how badly propel wanted to know about her, how she talk, how she respond and how she behave, actually they tried to know if she is victim of not if she was the one of the reason or is that was the second wife of her husband.

For those who do not know anything about the story what happened ion back that time lets discuss it once again as you know that we have already talk about that show back in months, when we talked about the article Ryan Dunn Is Dead

Elisabeth Anne Broderick was very normal kind of Person, she was living with her husband Dan Broderick, they got married on April 12, 1969 and they have four kids, she was from a very homey kind of family and he was too,

He was attending collage Harvard Law School when they got married and she helped him throughout the time.

She worked so many jobs and he was studding while she was working handling the house take caring of their kids and was doing everything she can or what was beyond of that.

She has been the perfect support of everything and that hard work snatched her beauty and her age too,

When he finished his study he became very successful a medical malpractice attorney, family as enjoying a very good and fantastic life despite that Dan and Betty was facing few marriage problems as he wanted a good-looking wife with him now which she was but not now when they got married.

One day her husband Dan hired Linda Kolkena, a former airline attendant who had become a receptionist, as his assistant, she was a kind of beautiful and was a bit flirt too they got involve in a romantic relationship and he decided to move with her and he got married with her and he took the custody when betty ask him to do so, that was a big shock for her.

She felt betrayed, she felt that he has used her for his study, for his problems and now when he does not need her anymore he throw her out of his life.

She killed both of them and she is serving 36 years of lifetime jail at the moment.

What do you think was that fair, was that they way it should have to be, is she really a criminal or is she a innocent lady who could not handle that behavior, would you like if some one use you like a tissue-paper,

Betty Broderick
Betty Broderick | Source
Betty Broderick
Betty Broderick | Source


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