Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

In an unexpected turn of events, a man who admitted to investigators that he killed a high school history teacher and burned her body was found not guilty of murder by a jury.

On May 20, Ryan Duke shivered in tears as Judge Bill Reinhardt announced his verdict: the jury found him not guilty of malice murder, felony murder, murder, aggravated assault, and burglary, but guilty of concealing the death of another.

Yet, just about five years ago, Duke told investigators both verbally and on paper that he not only murdered Tara Grinstead in 2005 but also burned and buried her body afterward.

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“I took her life, robbed her of a chance to get married and have children, growing old, and she didn’t deserve that, and there is nothing I can do to change it,” Duke said, according to a transcript of Duke’s 2017 interview with Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) investigators, published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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