Glenna Duram, 46, was charged with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting her husband, Martin, 45, on May 12, 2015. After killing her husband, she then turned the gun on herself in their Newaygo County’s Ensley Township home in Michigan. However, she survived.
But that’s not all. Apparently, there was a witness to the cruel murder of Martin. But it wasn’t a neighbor, child, or any family member. It was their African, grey, pet parrot, who appeared in the court for the first time.
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Weeks after his death, Martin Duram’s family recorded the bird saying what they believe to be the victim’s last words, “Don’t f***ing shoot!”
A neighbor, Connie Ream, testified how she was the first one to find the couple, at the preliminary hearing on Friday to decide if the case goes to trial.
Connie said she had heard two gunshots in the morning, and thought that Martin might be hunting, but that it was too early.
The next day when she decided to check on her neighbors, she found them on the floor in the bedroom, with neither one moving. Martin had been shot five times.