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Washington Man Pleads Guilty to Son's Murder

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A Washington man faces life in prison after pleading guilty to the brutal murder of his 3-year-old son, Brody, on July 16 in Anaconda.

Jeremy Cramer, 39, of Lacey, Wash. told a judge in Dillon Tuesday morning that, "No matter what my son isn't here. If I spend eight years or life in prison, my son isn't here. So I'd like to get this over with."

Cramer, charged with deliberate homicide, changed his plea to guilty with prosecutors recommending a life sentence.

Although the crime was committed in Anaconda and Cramer was arraigned before Judge Loren Tucker in Anaconda court, Judge Tucker is presiding over a case in Billings and council agreed to move Cramer's hearing to Dillon Tuesday to speed up the process.

Cramer will be sentenced in 6 to 8 weeks.

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