BARRIE, Ont. — Elaine Campione’s face suddenly contorted into a grimace and her body shook violently as she stood in the prisoner’s box and the jury announced a guilty verdict Monday. The jury found Campione guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of her daughters, Serena, 3 and Sophia, 1, whom she drowned in the bathtub on Oct. 2, 2006. The jurors deliberated more than six days. Three female jurors silently wiped tears from their eyes. The woman they had just convicted began wailing, then crumpled over in the prisoner’s box.
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