Alex Murdaugh's 'hitman' 'didn't seem bothered' about being a suspect

Sep 16, 2021 View Original Article
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43% : By the time law enforcement arrived, he was already being transported to hospital in Savannah suffering from what South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) has consistently described as a 'superficial' gunshot wound to the head.
41% : Smith, 61, was arrested on Tuesday and charged on multiple counts including conspiracy and assisted suicide for his role in the shooting after Murdaugh, 53, claimed to having staged the attack in a bid to secure a $10million life insurance windfall for his surviving son Richard Alexander 'Buster,' Murdaugh Jr, 25.
33% : Smith, 61, was arrested and charged on Tuesday on multiple counts including assisted suicide and conspiracy to commit insurance fraud in connection with Alex Murdaugh's shooting
33% : Smith was arrested Tuesday on charges of assisted suicide, assault and battery, pointing and presenting a firearm, insurance fraud and conspiracy to commit insurance fraud

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