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Jennifer Clark back at Lamar jail

Jennifer Clark was returned to the Lamar jail Thursday night in anticipation of her court appearance here Monday morning on a motion for a new trial. ******************** NOTICE: This story and photo(s) are under copyright. They may not be republished or disseminated in any form or format – including social media – without explicit permission. ********************* Clark, who will go before Judge Tommy Wilson in Lamar superior court Monday, was brought in from Arrendale State Prison in Alto. She was convicted Feb. 4, 2011 of malice murder, two counts felony murder, concealing the death of another, tampering with evidence and two counts cruelty to children in connection with the death of her husband Donald Clark. Donald Clark was killed by multiple blows to the head with a metal baseball bat Nov. 19, 2008. His battered body was dumped in a Redbone corn field where it was found on Christmas eve, 2008. At the time of Jennifer Clark’s conviction, Judge Tommy Wilson stipulated she must serve at least 30 years in prison. Clark’s lover and codefendant Kenneth Michael Yost was convicted of murder, concealing the death of another and tampering with evidence. He is serving a life term with the possibility of parole at Smith State Prison.

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