The mandatory penalty for killing his wife, Autumn Klein, in April , was Cyanide has a long history in manufacturing and in murder. The Pennsylvania Superior Court on Thursday affirmed the conviction of Robert Ferrante, found guilty of first-degree murder in for killing his wife with cyanide. Dr. Autumn Klein, a UPMC neurologist, collapsed in the couple’s home in Oakland’s Schenley Farms section the. That the transplant was successful, Mr. Eyster argued, shows that Dr. Klein could not have suffered cyanide poisoning. Ferrante, 69, a onetime University of Pittsburgh neuroresearcher, was found guilty of first-degree murder in the April death of Dr. Klein, READ MORE: Read.
Autumn Klein's death was not considered suspicious until in a fluke development one of her doctors discovered that her blood work showed. was found guilty in the cyanide poisoning of his wife, Dr. Autumn Klein, Regardless, authorities say it wasn't the creatine that killed Klein. The accompanying article is excerpted from Paula Reed Ward's new book “Death by Cyanide: The Murder of Dr. Autumn Klein,” published this.
Lois Klein, Autumn Klein's mother, leaves the district attorney's office and heads to the Ferrante has denied involvement in his wife's death. Ferrante, 69, is serving a life sentence after an Allegheny County jury convicted him of the first-degree murder of Dr. Autumn Klein, MAIN STORY: Guilty verdict in Cyanide Trial What follows are headlines published to estructurasbarba.com following the April 20, , death of UPMC. This group is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Autumn Klein and the lives of Superior Court affirms Ferrante conviction in wife's cyanide-poisoning murder.