(Calgary Police Service/Facebook)A Calgary man who says he strangled his wife because he "just wanted her to stop talking" and then buried her body in the backyard has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years.Joshua Burgess, 31, pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree murder in the death of his wife, Shannon Madill and Burgess had been in the process of a breakup when they got into an argument in November 2014.If you have been waiting for a chance like this, then now is the time to get started!
1, 2014, after failing to show up for a family event the day before.
Her husband, Josh Burgess, was charged months later after her remains were found in their backyard.
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"I failed her in that."For several months afterwards, everybody stood by me, unquestionably …
I failed all of you in that and I am so very sorry for that and so very sorry that I didn't say something earlier."At the time of her death, Madill and Burgess were both dating other people and she was preparing to move to Edmonton.When the ground thawed, Burgess dug a hole in the lawn and buried her there, covering her body in dirt and branches."I chose my lawn because I just didn't want her to leave," Burgess told police after his arrest seven months later.The plea spared Madill's family from sitting through all the details and evidence that would be presented at trial."The details are gruesome, painful and undignified," said Court of Queen's Bench Justice Pat Sullivan. We've lost spiritually, emotionally many others including the accused."The victim's family was in the courtroom for the hearing and some had prepared victim impact statements, which were read aloud.After hours of negotiations, Burgess emerged but had tried to slit his own throat and was taken to hospital.Once released, he confessed to killing his wife during a police interrogation. Despite Burgess not being eligible for parole until serving at least 10 years in prison, Tyler Madill — who plans to attend all of the parole hearings — says "no amount of time will ever be enough" for his sister's killer.An employee at the 7-Eleven near the couple's former home said in the seven months that Madill was missing, Burgess would come in with a woman who appeared to be a new girlfriend.