Woman Charged in 1979 Murder of Her Husband

Jacquelyn Greco held without bond in the death of Inverness commodities broker Carl Gaimari

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    Jacquelyn Greco of Crystal Falls, Mich. is accused of murdering commodities broker Carl Gaimari. Phil Rogers reports. (Published Thursday, May 9, 2013)

    Murder charges have been filed against a woman in the 1979 death of her husband during an invasion of their suburban Chicago home.

    Cook County Circuit Judge Jill Cerone Marisie on Wednesday ordered Jacquelyn Greco of Crystal Falls, Mich. held without bond in the death of Inverness commodities broker Carl Gaimari.

    Prosecutors told the judge investigators recorded a recent telephone conversation during which Greco said she "had a plan to kill the victim." Authorities say at the time of the murder, Greco was having an affair with another man. They say Greco told a witness Gaimari would be killed in a home invasion.

    Authorities say on April 30, 1979 two men entered the family home, tied up Greco, Gaimari and three of their children. Gaimari was later shot to death.