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Justice served, according to the mother of the murdered woman from KCK

The victim’s mother has come forward to express her satisfaction with the sentencing of the Grain Valley couple. She believes that justice has finally been served for her daughter. This comes just one day after the couple was sentenced.

Kensie Aubry, who was just 32 years old, was discovered buried on the property owned by the couple. The discovery of her remains was made known to the authorities.

According to Kensie’s mother, Cindy Aubry, she feels a sense of relief that the ordeal is finally over. Although Kensie is missed every day, Cindy takes comfort in knowing that her daughter is now in a better place – heaven.

Cindy longed for her loved one’s affectionate embrace, warm love, and contagious happiness.

Kensie Aubry’s unique qualities that set her apart will forever be remembered by her mother, who was her most prominent advocate.

Cindy expressed relief that justice was served for her daughter, who she described as a kind and caring individual who was always willing to help others.

Mother of murdered KCK woman says justice has been served

Recently, a judge handed down a sentence to two individuals who were convicted of the brutal murder of Kensie Aubry as well as the mistreatment of a 13-year-old girl. The ruling was made on a Tuesday, as reported by Fox4KC News.

Michael Hendricks received a life sentence without the possibility of parole for committing first-degree murder. Similarly, Maggie Ybarra was sentenced to either life in prison or 30 years for her conviction of second-degree murder along with the maximum sentences for her other offenses.

In the state of Missouri, the term “life sentence” is typically used to refer to a period of 30 years of imprisonment. However, this definition does not apply in cases of first-degree murder, such as the one involving Hendricks. In such cases, a life sentence truly means a sentence for the remainder of the individual’s life.

Kensie’s mother expressed her joy by saying, “I was extremely happy.”

Despite their actions, Cindy Aubry is choosing to show grace and is hopeful that they will use this as an opportunity for a second chance.

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