Amber Hilberling Murders Husband

Amber Hilberling was a killer from Oklahoma who was convicted of the murder of her husband Josh Hilberling

According to court documents Amber Hilberling and Josh Hilberling were involved in a domestic situation when she would push him towards the glass window of the high rise building that they lived in. Somehow the window would give way and Josh Hilberling would fall seventeen stories to his death

Amber Hilberling would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to twenty five years in prison

On October 24 2016 Amber Hilberling would take her own life and was found hanging from a noose inside of her prison cell at Mabel Bassett Correctional Center in McLoud, Oklahoma.

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Amber Hilberling wrote a letter one day before she died in prison.

The letter was addressed to Tulsa’s Channel 8 executive producer Amy Sullivan. It was in response to the station’s request to talk with Hilberling about her story and life behind bars.

The letter, dated Oct. 23, 2016, arrived at the station Thursday. What it said casts some doubt on the medical examiner’s claim her death was a suicide.

“I am willing to do an interview, despite my honest reservations,” Hilberling wrote in the letter.

Hilberling makes it clear she’s been burned before by journalists promising to listen

“Please understand the misfortune I’ve suffered from media interviews,” wrote Hilberling. “I had agreed to do on the popular promise of helping me.”

But she explained why she was willing to set aside her concerns to speak with us.

“Because I can’t let go of the hope that using my own voice in conversations about my own life will be the one and only chance I have to change the circumstances of my own reality,” wrote Hilberling.

In 2013, a jury found Hilberling intentionally pushed her husband, Joshua Hilberling, to his death from a 25th-floor apartment in Tulsa. She denied it until the end.

“Please understand the misfortune I’ve suffered from media interviews,” wrote Hilberling. “I had agreed to do on the popular promise of helping me.”

But she explained why she was willing to set aside her concerns to speak with us.

“Because I can’t let go of the hope that using my own voice in conversations about my own life will be the one and only chance I have to change the circumstances of my own reality,” wrote Hilberling.

In 2013, a jury found Hilberling intentionally pushed her husband, Joshua Hilberling, to his death from a 25th-floor apartment in Tulsa. She denied it until the end.

https://ktul.com/news/local/letter-from-amber-hilberling-arrives-at-ktul-days-after-her-death

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An Oklahoma woman convicted of killing her husband after pushing him out a window of their high-rise apartment was found dead in her prison cell Monday.

Guards found Amber Hilberling, 25, unresponsive in her cell around 5:30 p.m. at the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center in McLoud, Oklahoma. She was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. A cause of death has not yet been released.

Hilberling was serving a 25-year sentence after being convicted of second-degree murder in 2013 for the death of her husband, Josh Hilberling, an Air Force veteran, who died after falling from a 25th floor window.

Hilberling admitted to pushing her husband, but said she did not intend to kill him. She claimed self-defense, saying the couple was having a fight and she feared for her life. At the time of the incident, she was seven months pregnant with the couple’s son.

But prosecutors argued that it was Amber’s push that led to Josh’s fall from the window.

https://www.nbcnews.com/dateline/amber-hilberling-convicted-pushing-husband-out-high-rise-window-found-n672511

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