Andrew Spanswick, a spokesperson for James Lee DiMaggio, the Calif. man who tortured and murdered Christina and Ethan Anderson on August 4 and was at the center of a weeklong nationwide manhunt after kidnapping 16-year-old Hannah Anderson, announced today (August 19) that DiMaggio made provisions to leave the Andersons some money prior to being shot and killed by the FBI on August 10.
DiMaggio had made Hannah’s grandmother the beneficiary of his life insurance policy, according to USA Today.
Andrew Spanswick said Monday that James Lee DiMaggio left $112,000 to Hannah Anderson's paternal grandmother.
Spanswick says he doesn't know why but believes it is for Hannah's benefit.
DiMaggio was employed as a telecommunications technician in San Diego for The Scripps Research Institute who provided that life insurance policy.
Spanswick went on to say that Bernice Anderson was named a beneficiary on that policy back in 2011.
DiMaggio was survived by a sister, who was not named as a beneficiary on that policy.
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