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Documents: Men Had Pact To Kill Each Other's Wives

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Two men charged with murdering an Idaho woman who disappeared three years ago had a pact to kill each other's wives, according to court documents released in the case.
    
Forty-year-old Rachael Anderson of Lewiston disappeared in 2010.
    
Her estranged husband, Charles Capone, of Clarkston, Wash., and David Stone, of Moscow, Idaho, were charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in a Moscow court this week.
    
One of Stone's former co-workers, Christopher Porter, told detectives that Stone originally asked him to kill his wife, Alisa Stone.
    
Stone later called off that plan, according to the Latah County Sheriff's Department, after telling Porter he and Capone had agreed to kill each other's wives.
    
Capone and Stone are being held in Latah County Jail.
    
Calls to Stone's wife weren't returned Friday.

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