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Prosecutors say Montana man allegedly shoved by bride fell face first off cliff

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(Reuters) - Injuries on the body of a Montana man whose wife is accused of pushing him to his death off a cliff at Glacier National Park suggest he was shoved from behind and fell face first into a ravine, U.S. federal prosecutors said in court documents filed on Thursday.


Federal authorities say Jordan Graham, 22, was unhappy in her new marriage and shoved her husband of eight days off a rock ledge at the national park in Montana during an argument while hiking on July 7.

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