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Ax-murdering husband James Krauseneck convicted 4 decades after 1982 crime

A combination of economist James Krauseneck's booking photo and a family portrait of his slain wife Cathleen Krauseneck and their daughter, Sara. Krauseneck's trial is underway for the alleged ax murder of his wife in 1982. (Facebook/Brighton Police A New York man has finally been convicted of the murder of his wife approximately four decades after the crime occurred. In 1982, James Krauseneck Jr., now 69, bashed Cathleen Krauseneck, 29, in the head with an ax after she discovered that he had not completed his Ph.D.

as he had claimed, according to local newspaper The Democrat & Chronicle.Cathleen’s murder had remained unsolved for years. The slaying, known as "the Brighton Ax Murder," inspired the 2021 Netflix horror film, "Things Heard & Seen."The couple had a 3-year-old daughter, Sara, at the time, and Krauseneck had been working at the Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester, New York, a city near the Canadian border.On the day of his sentencing, Sept. 26, 2022, Krauseneck was led away in handcuffs following the verdict.

Being deemed a flight risk, he will be held until sentencing on Nov. 7 in front of New York State Supreme Court Justice Charles Schiano.Krauseneck, who previously taught economics at Lynchburg College in Virginia, initially told police that when he arrived home from work on Feb. 19, 1982, he found the garage door open, glass on the floor and his wife dead with an ax sticking out of her head.

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