A jury in Nebraska City has found Kimberly Faust guilty of killing her estranged husband's girlfriend and a man who tried to help the victim.
The jury found 37-year-old Faust guilty of first-degree murder for the death of Robert Parminter and second-degree murder in the death of Shannon Bluhm.
Parminter and Bluhm were killed April 25, 2000. She was convicted once on the charges, but the Nebraska Supreme Court ordered her a new trial in May.
The jury was in deliberations for more than 10 hours.
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