Lily Manning, 19, and her older sister Briana, 20, were relieved and happy outside the courtroom after they  spoke at the sentencing hearing for Liilian Manning-Horvath, 72, who received consecutive life terms with no chance of parole for her no-contest pleas to charges of torture and mayhem.

July 8, 2011
Lily Manning, 19, and her older sister Briana, 20, were relieved and happy outside the courtroom after they spoke at the sentencing hearing for Liilian Manning-Horvath, 72, who received consecutive life terms with no chance of parole for her no-contest pleas to charges of torture and mayhem. July 8, 2011 mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Lily Manning, 19, and her older sister Briana, 20, were relieved and happy outside the courtroom after they spoke at the sentencing hearing for Liilian Manning-Horvath, 72, who received consecutive life terms with no chance of parole for her no-contest pleas to charges of torture and mayhem. July 8, 2011 mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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