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Man Commits Suicide in Court After Guilty Verdict

In an incident eerily similar to the courtroom suicide of Michael Marin one year ago, a Missouri man killed himself in the courtroom after receiving a guilty verdict this week.

Container Labeled ‘Cyanide’ Found in Car of Suspected Courtroom Suicide

New information has been released in the case of Michael Marin, 53, the Former Wall Street banker suspected of killing himself in court on June 29 after being found guilty of arson. Marin, 53, a one-time millionaire who burned down his house after being unable to pay for it, faced a 15 3/4 year sentence.

Video: Man Dies in Courtroom Following Guilty Verdict

Former Wall Street banker Michael Marin is suspected to have killed himself in court Friday after being found guilty of arson. Marin, 53, a one-time millionaire who burned down his house after being unable to pay for it, faced a 15 3/4 year sentence.

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