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Glacier Park Murder: Jordan Linn Graham Confesses Pushing Husband Off Cliff

Wednesday, 11 Sep 2013 09:22 AM

By Alexandra Ward

A Montana woman has confessed to murdering her husband of eight days, admitting that she pushed him face first off a cliff in Glacier National Park after they got into an argument there in July.

Jordan Linn Graham, 22, of Kalispell, Mont., was charged with second-degree murder Monday and could face life in prison if found guilty of shoving 25-year-old Cody Lee Johnson off a Glacier Park bluff July 7.

Johnson family friend Tracey Maness said that Cody Lee Johnson's family always had doubts about Graham, who dated Johnson for two years before they got married in late June.

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"Nobody is shocked at all" that Graham is accused of her husband’s murder, according to Maness. "She’d been telling people she knew she never wanted to be married, she just wanted to have a wedding, and that’s apparently what they were arguing about," she told The Missoulian.

According to a criminal complaint, Graham said she was arguing with Johnson atop the cliff when he grabbed her arm.

"Graham stated she could have just walked away, but due to her anger, she pushed Johnson with both hands in the back and as a result, he fell face first off the cliff," the complaint read.

Johnson was reported missing the next day. When initially questioned by police, Graham said he had left their house late on July 7 with a group of unidentified friends in a dark-colored car with Washington state license plates, according to Fox News.

Police uncovered text messages between Graham and a friend, identified only as K.M., from the night of Johnson's death in which Graham wrote, "I'm going to talk to him."

"I'll pray for you guys," the friend responded.

"But dead serious if u [sic] don't hear from me at all again tonight, something happened," Graham texted back, according to the complaint.

A few days later, Graham reportedly told park officials she had seen Johnson's body at the bottom of the cliff.

"She kept continuing to lie, she kept changing her story," Maness told The Missoulian. "She showed no grief and she would not speak to Cody’s mother."

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