Monterrey County District Attorney announced Wednesday that Tami Huntsman entered a guilty plea to all crimes charged against her.
Huntsman will serve consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole for the murders of Shaun and Delylah Tara, age 6 and 3 at the time of the murders.
She also admitted to torturing both of the children, and their surviving sister Jane Doe who was 9 years old when they rescued her.
As part of the plea Huntsman waived her rights to legally challenge or appeal her conviction and sentence, making it certain that she will die in prison
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