The family of Angela Frazier Singleton, who was murdered in 2011 in Madison County, said they are content with the jury’s verdict.
A jury found Christina Marcum guilty of complicity to commit murder. She was also convicted of tampering with physical evidence and hindering prosecution.
“I’m happy that they found her guilty,” Frazier-Singleton’s mother said. “I mean it’s better than the alternative.”
A Madison County jury recommended a 30 year prison sentence Thursday for Marcum.
“You know, we’re never going to get to see Angela again. And there is no amount of punishment that’s ever going to be enough,” her mother said.
Angela was married to Marcum’s ex-boyfriend, Jason Singleton.
Jason admitted to cutting up Angela’s body and disposing of her body. He is serving a 30-year sentence.
He also claimed it was Marcum who killed Angela.
“We’re going to start the healing process. Closure? I don’t know,” the victim’s mother said. The judge scheduled Marcum’s sentence for May 23rd.