JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – More than a year after the killing of 65-year-old Larry Lee, a judge has decided the prominent Jackson businesswoman behind the trigger will not serve any time behind bars after she pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Bully had previously been indicted on first-degree murder, drive-by shooting and evidence tampering.
One condition of Greta Bully’s plea deal — called a best-interest plea — means she doesn’t admit guilt for what happened.
Wednesday’s decision came after a mini-trial of sorts where both sides put up evidence that they would have used at a jury trial, including a 911 call Bully made minutes after shooting Lee and body camera footage from JPD.
In the footage, Bully can be heard telling officers what happened.
“He said, ‘Hey’ and he scared me, and I told him before not to come up here,” Bully said.
Attorneys for Bully would later claim Lee was trying to break into her liquor store, but…