"I am not a cold-blooded killer. I did not murder my wife. I did not murder my son's mother," pleaded Creamer to the judge while on the stand.
Creamer requested a shorter sentence because of health problems, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and cholesterol. But the prosecution fired back after his prepared statement, insisting what they've always insisted: Kenneth Creamer murdered an unsuspecting woman.
"She was relaxed. She was at home in her house with her husband, the man that's supposed to protect her," argued the prosecution.
At trial, it took the jury three hours to find Creamer guilty of first degree murder after hearing from both sides and seeing the weapon used to kill Anna Creamer. The jury recommended the maximum sentence of life in prison. It took Judge Frederick Lowe far less than the jury's three hours to come to his decision.