A Colorado man convicted of pushing his wife to her death off a cliff has been sentenced to life in prison.
Prosecutors said Harold Henthorn killed his second wife, Toni, to collect $4.7m (£3.1m) from insurance policies she did not know existed.
Toni Henthorn died in September 2012 after falling 130ft (40m) off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park, where her husband had taken her for a hike to celebrate their 12th anniversary.
Henthorn, who maintains his innocence, has told authorities his wife slipped and fell while taking a photo.
A jury convicted him in September of first-degree murder.
At his sentencing on Tuesday, Henthorn was quoted by KUSA-TV as saying: “Toni was a remarkable woman. I loved her with all my heart. I did not kill Toni or anyone else.”
Authorities contend Toni’s death was not Henthorn’s first murder.
His first wife, Sandra Lynn Henthorn, was crushed in 1995 after a car jack is said to have failed while changing a tyre with her husband on a remote road.
The US Attorney’s Office said Henthorn received nearly $500,000 in life insurance after that incident.
Authorities reopened the case but no charges have been brought.