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Newlywed Murder Not Surprising To Some Officials

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With Jordan Graham's trial is over, witnesses called to testify in the case are beginning to speak to the media.

A coroner involved in the case says he questions Graham's latest version of the truth.

Graham claimed she and her husband hiked the Loop Trail in Glacier National Park while they were arguing in the dark.

However, this is pretty rough terrain.

Deputy coroner Richard Sine says it took nearly a dozen people, himself included, to pick up Cody Johnson's body after the fall.

Sine has more than forty decades of law enforcement under his belt, including more than a decade of service as a park ranger. Despite national headlines, Sine can not really think of anything that stood out as unusual to him.

"They're all unique in some ways, and they're all similar in others, so no I don't believe it was that unique a case," explained Sine.

Sine did testify in court during Graham's trial.

He took the stand the day before she changed her plea to guilty.

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