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Wife of slain airman helped plan shooting

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Las Vegas Sun is reporting that Michelle Paet allegedly admitted to police that she helped plan the murder of her husband Nathan. The U.S. Air Force staff sergeant was shot outside his home, and subsequently three people have already been arrested.

According to the newspaper, Michelle allegedly confessed to the murder because she wanted to pursue a romantic relationship with suspect Michael Rodriguez. He along with Corry Hawkins and Jessica Austin were arrested in connection to the murder. Michelle stood to receive more than a half-million dollars in insurance upon the death of her husband.

The Las Vegas Sun reports she and Rodriguez began talking about getting rid of Nathan for the insurance money as early as October. Michelle has not yet been arrested.

In the meantime, Nathan's body arrived last night at the Guam International Airport.

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