From CBS This Morning
Jenny Carrieri admits she has lost time with her husband and children while consumed in her sister's case. Carrieri told CBS News' Errol Barnett that no one knew her twin sister better than she did. On a snowy March day in 1996 LeCornu went to a bar with some friends after a fight with her boyfriend. Around 4 a.m. she gave someone a ride home, bought more alcohol and made phone calls from a store parking lot.
"That whole night was very out of character for her," Carrieri said. "She never would have done that. Gone to sit in a dark parking lot."
According to police, a witness at a gas station saw a man in a white BMW approach LeCornu's car. The two spoke but as LeCornu began to drive away, the suspect shot her through her car's rear passenger window – severing her spine. LeCornu then somehow drove across the street.