Borizov sentenced to life in prison for murders of three Darien family members

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The man who masterminded the murders of three members of a Darien family in 2010 was sentenced to life in prison late this afternoon.

The sentence handed down to Johnny Borizov by a DuPage County judge was mandatory because Borizov was convicted of multiple murder counts.

Borizov, of Willow Springs, plotted the murders of Jeffrey and Lori Kramer and their son, Michael Kramer. The three were killed by Jacob Nodarse, whom Borizov convinced to carry out the slayings. Authorities said the murders were motivated by Borizov’s child custody fight with Angela Kramer, the daughter of Jeffrey and Lori Kramer.

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Johnny Borizov is pictured during his trial in a DuPage County courtroom. Prosecutors contend that Borizov, who is charged with murder, conspiracy and solicitation, pressured Jacob Nodarse to shoot and kill Michael Kramer, 20, and Kramer’s parents, Jeffrey, 50, and Lori, 48. (Keri Wiginton / Chicago Tribune)

1 Comment

  • ollivette r.

    He deserve that and somemore and now he will never see his daughter and he should not he didn't have to kill those
    unidentified people. God. Bless her and
    her daughter.

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