Following a two-day trial with no defense, it took just over an hour Wednesday for a jury to decide fugitive Ira Einhorn should pay $907 million to the family of the woman he was convicted of killing two decades ago.

“I hope it’s heard loud and clear in Champagne-Mouton,” said Elizabeth Hall, one of Helen “Holly” Maddux’s sisters, speaking of the small town near Bordeaux, France, where Einhorn now lives.

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