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See the Video, Photos Used to Convict Tulsa Woman of Pushing Husband to Death

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This is one of the evidence photos a jury reviewed to convict Amber Hilberling. See more by clicking on the sllideshow link. This is one of the evidence photos a jury reviewed to convict Amber Hilberling. See more by clicking on the sllideshow link.

The public is getting a first glimpse at some of the evidence a jury reviewed to find a Tulsa woman guilty of pushing her husband to his death from their high-rise apartment.

Crime scene photos and video of a police interviewed were released today, almost one month after Amber Hilberling was convicted of killing her husband.

SLIDESHOW: Evidence Photos from Amber Hilberling Trial

Hilberling testified during the trial that she pushed Joshua Hilberling in self-defense. Joshua Hilberling died after falling through the glass window and landing on a parking garage 17 floors below in June 2011.

In the video Amber Hilberling is heard saying "I can't stop seeing Josh fall. I just wanna be back in bed... laying with him. That's never gonna happen again." 

Prosecutors said that Amber Hilberling intentionally shoved her husband because she was angry that he was about to leave her.

Due to it's length, KTUL.com has cut the video into three parts. 

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

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