Woman pleads guilty to fatally shooting husband

Jennifer Nibbe, 35, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Wednesday, admitting that she shot and killed 26-year-old James Nibbe in their house south of Lake Crystal without pre-meditation. The Mankato Free Press has posted video of her tearful confession.
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The Mankato Free Press reported that she initially told police an intruder shot James Nibbe, 26. She now says it's difficult to remember exactly what happened. Still, she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

With credit for the 21 months she’s served in jail since her arrest in September 2010, Nibbe could be released from prison and placed on supervised release in about 15 years, the newspaper reported.

The Free Press posted video of her confession to investigators:

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