Attorneys for Crystal Falls woman move to dismiss Illinois murder case

CHICAGO — Attorneys for a Crystal Falls woman awaiting trial in Illinois for murdering her husband have moved to dismiss her case.

Jacquelyn Greco, 67, is in the Cook County Jail on a first-degree murder charge. Her next court appearance is a motions hearing on November 12th to hear a motion to dismiss that her attorneys have filed.

Greco was arrested in April of last year for the 1979 murder of her husband, Carl Gaimari, in Inverness, Illinois. Two men entered the family home, tied up Greco and three of the couple’s children, and shot and killed Gaimari when he returned home.

The Cook County State’s Attorney’s office has said Greco was having an affair at the time and told at least one other person that her husband would be killed in a home invasion.