Deadly cougar Pamela Smart still brazenly refuses to take responsibility for seducing her teen lover into executing her husband!
RadarOnline.com has learned the 51-year-old former high school instructor — sentenced to life without parole in New Hampshire for masterminding the 1990 murder of Gregg Smart — still insists she’s innocent.
“I want the world to know my incarceration is unjust, that my trial was unfair and I’m being held in prison for a crime I did not commit!” Smart declared in an explosive interview.
She also scoffs at the idea — pushed by lawmen — she’d walk out of prison if she confessed.
“If you go and admit to a murder you didn’t even commit, you can get out of prison,” she snapped. “But if you are really innocent — you can’t! What kind of system do we have?”
During a bombshell interview, on the Investigation Discovery program Pamela Smart: An American Murder Mystery, Pam also whines she has “no chance” for parole.
“My paperwork says that my parole date is the 99th day of the 99th month of the year 9999,” she said.
During a nationally televised trial, prosecutors charged Smart — who once worked as a media coordinator at Hampton’s Winnacunnet High School — lured 15-year-old student Billy Flynn into her bed.
Then she persuaded Flynn to recruit three pals to kill her 24-year-old insurance salesman hubby.
On May 1, 1990, Flynn and Patrick Randall, 17, burst into the couple’s Derry, N.H., condo. As Randall held a knife to Gregg’s throat, Flynn fired a bullet into his head.
Smart was found guilty of being an accomplice to first degree murder, conspiracy and witness tampering in the case, which inspired the Nicole Kidman film To Die For.
But she claimed she never asked Flynn to murder her husband — and dumped him days before the shooting.
“The only thing that I said to Flynn is that ‘I don’t want to be with you because I want to be with Gregg,’” insisted Smart, who’s currently behind bars at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in New York for safety reasons.
Smart added she was sold out by the teen to save his own skin.
Flynn did 25 years for his part in the murder, which lawmen suggest was inspired by Smart’s greed to cash in her hubby’s $140,000 life insurance policy. He was paroled in 2015 along with Randall.
Now a scheming Smart insists it’s unfair for her to be in a cage while they walk free — and she had nothing to do with the murder, whining: “I never wished Gregg dead. I loved Gregg.”
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