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Wife Found Guilty in Pig Farmer Murder; Motion for a New Trial

[The following was supplied by a reader who’s been following this case since Day 1:

Eleonora Iordanova Igova aka Nora Igova, the Bulgarian wife of Jacob Patrick Lipson aka J.P. Lipson, www.adultfyi.com/read.php?ID=34196 was retried for his murder and was found guilty of second degree murder and the special enhancement that she personally discharged a firearm in the commission of the crime.

The retrial began on 9/14/09 and closing arguments were on 9/29/09. The jury then deliberated for 2 days before reaching a verdict on 10/1/09. Her next court appearance is 11/19/09 for a motion for a new trial by the defense, other post trial motions by the defense, and sentencing by the judge.

Here is a very abbrieviated summary of events that were detailed during the trial and retrial:

J.P. Lipson met Eleonora Igova about 9 or 10 years ago in Colorado. He was in his early 40’s and she was in her early 20’s They married (and lived in Colorado?), then moved to San Diego, CA. In 2007 they separated. He moved to a mansion in La Jolla, CA. She moved to an apartment in Beverly Hills. On 3/13/08 she called him, telling him she wanted money (according to his housekeeper), so he and a friend drove down from La Jolla in Lipson’s Bentley.

The friend dropped Lipson off at the Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills at 3:30pm, where Lipson met his wife Nora for lunch. Just after midnight, Lipson was shot 7 times (twice in the head) in the guest bedroom of his wife’s apartment.

He was undressing and had his pants and shorts down to his knees when he was shot (either getting ready to go to sleep or to have sex with his wife). A neighbor below her apartment first heard a single gunshot, then heard a body hit the floor above, then heard a male voice saying, “Nora, stop! Nora Don’t!”, then heard a rapid succession of gunshots.

The neighbor below called 911 and police arrived at the front of the apartment building within minutes. Eleonora Igova quietly exited the rear of the apartment building and started walking with her head down the alley towards her car.

She was spotted by a police officer and was detained. In her purse the police found her Bulgarian passport, her birth certificate, and $806 in cash, among other things. The gun that was used in the murder, a 9mm semi automatic handgun, was registered to her, and it was found in her panty drawer in her bedroom. A box of bullets (and a box of shotgun shells) was found on a shelf in her bedroom closet, and there were live bullets found all over her bedroom (on the bed, the floor, on the dresser and in the dresser). The live bullets found in her bedroom were the same as those that were fired from the murder weapon.

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