West Virginia father marries one of his daughters after murdering her boyfriend: police

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A West Virginia man admitted to authorities that he married one of his two daughters after helping both of them kill another man and dump him in a shallow grave, a report said Monday.

Larry Paul McClure, 55, said in a letter to state investigators that he and his daughters — 31-year-old Amanda Michelle Naylor McClure and 32-year-old Anna Marie Choudhry — plotted the murder of John McGuire, who was dating Amanda, the Bluefield Daily Telegraph reported.

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A West Virginia State Police officer testified in a recent court hearing that the trio hit McGuire in the head with a bottle of wine, tied him up and injected him with two vials of meth, according to the report.

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They then strangled him and buried him in a shallow grave on the property of a home where they were staying in the Skygusty section of the state.

Larry Paul McClure, 55, said in a letter to state investigators that he and his daughters — 31-year-old Amanda Michelle Naylor McClure and 32-year-old Anna Marie Choudhry — plotted the murder of John McGuire.
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In his admission letter, McClure wrote the murder was his daughter Amanda’s idea.

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“I cannot tell you why Amanda wanted John McGuire dead,” Larry McClure wrote, according to the report.

“I am asking for this to be over and not waisting [sic] the taxpayers money and hurting the family members on both sides of this. John McGuires family and my family,” he added.

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Police allege Amanda and her father then traveled to Virginia and married each other at the United Methodist Church minster of the gospel.

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