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Josh Bullock's family not happy with Siefke's not guilty plea

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A Hemingford woman accused of helping dispose of a body enters a not-guilty plea.

20-year-old Rose Siefke of is charged with being an accessory to a felony. Court documents say that last year, Siefke helped boyfriend Andy Gonzales buried the burnt body of Josh Bullock in a remote part of Dawes County.

This morning Siefke; who is free on bond, entered her not guilty plea.

District Judge Travis O'Gorman scheduled a pre-trial hearing scheduled for January 2, 2013.

Josh Bullock's ex-wife Amber Jacobs was present during today's courtroom proceedings, and hopes justice is served. "The not guilty plea, not happy with it," explains Jacobs. "I know she's guilty. But taking it to trial, I guess we'll let the jury decide her fate."

If Siefke is found guilty, she faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $25,000 dollar fine.

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