Bridesmaid of Newlywed Murderer Speaks Out About Suspicions

Cecilia Lewellen says that Jordan Graham seemed calm, not heartbroken over husbands deaths.
3:00 | 12/14/13

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the new surprises in that murder trial that shocked the nation. Jordan lynn graham pleaded guilty of pushing her husband off a cliff after being married for a little over a week. Now, one of her bridesmaids is speaking out about her suspici suspicions and how she found out. We developed a friendship that was almost entirely based on lies. Reporter: Cecilia knew jordan graham. She was one of the admitted murderer's bridesmaids. Helping celebrate her marriage to cody johnson. A marriage that lasted eight days and ended when graham pushed him face-first off a cliff. Cecilia was there the july night his body was discovered in montana's glacier national park. She was calm after that. She didn't seem sad or heartbroken or anything. Reporter: At the time, cecilia didn't knowordan graham knew where that body had been the whole time. Still, she was immediately sus suspicious. When the ranger asked her why to look in that spot, she told him that was the one place cody wanted to see before he died. Reporter: This morning, jordan graham is behind bars after pleading guilty to second-degree murder thursday. It was the plea. Reporter: Prosecutors offered the 22-year-old a plea deal, just as the jury was about to decide her fate. The deal takes first-degree murder off the table. She faces a maximum of life in prison. Does she deserve that? We have to go a lifetime without cody. Reporter: A judge will determine the price this newlywed must pay. She will be sentenced in march. Even with the plea deal, she could spend much of her young life in federal prison. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, montana.

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