Christopher Conway is a former Former Fort Campbell Army medic who is accused of r*ping and killing his one of infant twin daughters in November 2017, The U.S. Sun reports.
The 23-year-old has received a shockingly light sentence of just 15 years for r*ping one of his twin baby daughters and then murdering her by tying a cord around the poor infant’s neck.
Christopher Conway Convicted of Daughter R*pe in 2017
On November 14, 2017, police found one of the Army medic’s twin daughters, Adeline, dead at his home in Clarksville, Tennessee, the Leaf-Chronicle reports.
On the morning of the murder, Conway reported for duty at Fort Campbell at 4:30 am.
At 7 am, his wife got up to feed the twin girls, and was met by the soul-crushing sight of what the murderous Army medic had done to one of her precious babies, Crime Online reports.
She had the cord of a dehumidifier wrapped around her neck. However, attempts to revive Adeline were unsuccessful. First responders rushed the baby to the hospital.
But after 48 minutes of CPR, she was declared dead. The victim sustained many injuries, an autopsy revealed.
This horrifying finding of the twin gave rise to the murder investigation into the Army medic.
Christopher Conway Trial Under Investigation
Conway initially confessed to murdering his twin girl. But then Conway proceeded to deny his guilt.
In a Friday court hearing, Christopher Paul Conway pleaded no contest to second-degree murder in connection with the death of the Army medic’s eight-month-old twin, news outlets reported.
He entered the plea Friday, shortly before his trial was to begin in Tennessee’s Montgomery County.
Initially, Conway was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, aggravated r*pe of a child.
According to the Army medic’s criminal defense attorney, Edward DeWerf, the plea bargain allowed his client to skirt some five decades in prison had his case gone to trial and he was convicted of murdering the twin.
According to Metro, Adeline’s devastated family agreed to the terms of the plea deal.