Natasha Cornett currently serving a life without parole sentence for the shooting deaths of a Knoxville couple and their 6-year-old daughter in what is known as the Lillelid murders. Cornett and five other teenagers were convicted of murdering three members of a family at a rest stop near Greeneville, Tennessee in 1997. The youngest child survived. On the witness stand, Cornett, claimed that Jason Bryant had shot and killed the family and that she tried to stop Bryant from committing the killings.
8 1/2" x 11" two page handwritten letter hand signed, Eternally, Natasha. There are two 4" x 6" photos taken from TV included.
Includes the original prison stamped mailing envelope postmarked October 12, 2006 and hand signed, Natasha Cornett, with her complete return address.