During the trial, prosecutors said Norman conspired with others to kill Montgomery and received $450,000 through a life insurance policy.
One of Norman’s accomplices, Traveler Anthony Hill, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted murder for hire and one count of murder for hire, and received a call from another co-defendant, Terika Ellis. After being taken, he pleaded guilty to shooting Montgomery. Ellis also pleaded guilty to her guilt and admitted to providing Montgomery’s whereabouts to Norman and Hill, who gave Ellis her $10,000 and Hill her $5,000 for her role in the scheme. It is said that he paid $
Norman denied paying Hill and Ellis to hurt his nephew when they ran for office during the trial. He admitted to fraudulently enrolling in his nephew’s life insurance policy prior to Montgomery’s death.
Ellis was sentenced to three years in prison in January and Yagnam received the same sentence in November. He was sentenced to 32 years in prison for shooting Montgomery with his 380-caliber pistol in October, according to a press release.
Despite the testimony against him and his convictions, Norman continues to say he is innocent. Instagram post Last week he said he couldn’t believe it, writing “#innocent” in the caption.