Dentist accused of killing wife during Africa hunting trip

Dentist accused of killing wife during Africa hunting trip


A Pennsylvania dentist is accused of killing his wife of 34 years while on an African big-game hunting trip — in a scheme to collect millions in life insurance payments.

A Pennsylvania dentist and big-game hunter is accused of killing his wife of 34 years while on a hunting trip in Zambia in 2016 in a scheme to collect millions of dollars in life insurance money.

Big-game hunter Lawrence Rudolph, 67, allegedly shot and killed his wife Bianca Finizio Rudolph on a trip to Zambia in 2016, then claimed nearly $5 million in insurance benefits, according to a federal criminal complaint obtained by CBS 2.

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Rudolph, who founded and operates the Three Rivers Dental in Pittsburgh, allegedly rushed to have his wife’s

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