(Possibly 88, according to associates of the people who killed her).
Negligent homicide is the minimum that occurred.
I so charge.
Update: Dale Franks writes (in the comments) at Q and O,
The illegal obtaining of a warrant is a felony. Breaking into someone’s home with an illegally obtained warrant is a felony. In the course of committing that felony, an innocent citizen was killed. That makes the charge felony murder. It’s no different that blowing away a convenience store clerk during an armed robbery. If you kill a person during the course of a felony, it becomes a felony murder case.
Couldn’t have said it better. Hat-tip to Libby Spencer.