Kidnap Suspect Leaves Money to Victim's Grandmother

Spokesman for James DiMaggio's family says $112,000 was left to Hannah Anderson's grandmother.
0:33 | 08/20/13

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It turns out a man who kidnapped -- California girl left his life insurance policy to the victim's grandmother. James DiMaggio was shot to death by police earlier this month after a massive manhunt that started in California. Police say he kidnapped sixteen year old Hannah Anderson and was holding her hostage after killing her mother and brother. Now in a weird twist a spokesman for the Anderson family says the -- -- -- -- Anderson's grandmother Bernice. The beneficiary of his life insurance. And she should be getting 1121000. Dollars.

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