Where is Liz Golyar Now? Cari Farver’s Killer Today, How did she die?

ABC crime thriller show ‘20/20: A Tangled Web‘ investigates the cold-blooded murder of Cari Farver by Liz Golyar. The whole story started after Cari went missing from Council Bluffs, Iowa on 13 November 2012 and nowhere to be seen for several months.

However, her friends and family members were continually receiving messages from her that she is starting a new life in Kansas. But, in reality, it was not Cari, it was her killer Shanna Elizabeth Golyar.

The case was taking lots of twists and turns but finally on 22 December 2016, Golyar was arrested and charged with Farver’s murder. The murderer was also found as the on and off girlfriend of Cari’s boyfriend and he was also involved in the crime.

Where is Liz Golyar Now: Cari Farver’s Killer

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Golyar is currently detained in Nebraska Correctional Center for Women. The case is dated 5 December 2016, on the day Shanna Liz Golyar was arrested 4 years after the disappearance of Cari Farver on charges of murdering her.

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By that time, it was only revealed that Liz had scheduled messages using an app on Carrie’s phone. In this way, she took the time to bomb the results when she was dating dev. For this reason, the dev did not doubt her.

Shanna showed herself as Carrie for many years, doing this so cleverly that no one even suspected her. The investigation has revealed that Liège killed Cari within 24 hours of her disappearance. Some evidence and photographs provided by the dev to investigators reveal that Liz had also burnt Carrie’s body to vanish whole evidence.

In these photographs, the police found a photo of a woman with a Chinese tattoo on her arm burning a dead body. Surprisingly, the same tattoo was also on Liz’s arm. This is where the police tightened their grip on the liz. In August 2017, Liz was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole after a single jury trial, and also received an additional 18 to 20 years in 2013 for setting fire to his home.

Shanna Liz Golyar is currently admitted to the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women, located west of Nebraska

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