Poison murder case is detailed

Prosecutor says husband eyed new car, house

James Keown (left) pleaded not guilty in Middlesex Superior Court yesterday to a charge of murder in the death of his wife, Julie Keown. With him at the arraignment was his lawyer, J.W. Carney Jr.
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / November 11, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- Soon after he murdered his wife, prosecutors say, James Keown asked a close friend how long he had to wear his wedding ring and confided that he hoped to buy a BMW and build a new house with the $250,000 life insurance payout he expected. (Full article: 918 words)

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