Pamela Smart tells People of affair with student that led to murder: 'I knew better'

In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, the former New Hampshire school administrator who was convicted in 1991 for persuading her then 16-year-old student lover, William "Billy" Flynn, to kill her husband Gregg expresses regret and remorse about that affair. But she insists, as she has from the start, that she is innocent, despite her sentence of life without parole.


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