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Antonio Barbeau testified in the trial of his friend Nathan Paape about alleged murder of grandmother with hatchet

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Antonio Barbeau a 14-year-old boy who allegedly murdered his great-grandmother has told a court how he and a friend took turns hitting her with a hatchet and a hammer so they could kill her and steal her money.

Antonio Barbeau gave the chilling details as he testified in the trial of his friend Nathan Paape, who has pleaded not guilty to the grisly crime in Sheboygan, Wisconsin in September last year.

They attempted to drag her body to the car, leaving a trail on blood through the house.

Barbeau told the court that the weekend before the murder of 78-year-old Barbara Olson, he and Paape had talked about ways to get money and how they could steal from his great-grandmother.

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