Other stunts the pair filmed before Ruiz's death included her falling out of a tree or jumping into a swimming pool, as well as Perez serving Ruiz a doughnut covered in baby powder.
He had experimented previously and thought the thick book would protect him, but the couple's three-year-old child and almost 30 onlookers watched as she fired a fatal bullet.
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Monalisa Perez pleaded guilty to manslaughter back in December in order to avoid a 4-year prison term.
At the time of the shooting, Perez was pregnant with the couple's second child. She previously lived in Minnesota.
She added: "All the insane stuff will [be] on his channel and mine. will be our family life!" After this, she can serve the balance of her sentence via electronic home monitoring.
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Asked if it was intelligence failure on the part of CRPF, Dinakaran said: "No, it's not a matter of intelligence failure. Naxals know they can not take on us face to face any more so they are using bombs to target vehicles on road".
The reality [is] that this foolish stunt was dreamed up, planned, and executed by Pedro Ruiz, and the defendant wrongfully and tragically relied on his assurances that the stunt was safe.
Perez didn't speak in court.
On that day Perez fired a powerful Desert Eagle handgun from close range, as Ruiz held an encyclopaedia in front of his chest. She was sentenced to six months' imprisonment. "You took him away from us, Mona".
The prosecutor handling Perez's case said Ruiz's family members signed off on the plea deal.
Her YouTube channel remains active almost nine months after the shooting.
Before performing the stunt Perez tweeted: 'Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most risky videos ever.
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She said: "He had told me about that idea, and I said, 'Don't do it".
Police said the couple set up two cameras outside their Halstad home.
The couple had recorded a number of YouTube videos together, featuring them doing stunts and completing challenges.
The video was submitted to law enforcement officials as evidence.
Gudmundson told the judge that his client didn't feel she could make a statement. Part of the ruling stated that Perez could not financially profit off of the video.
In addition to the jail sentence, Perez is banned from owning a firearm and can not sell the story of the shooting, according to the Star Tribune.
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