Killer Couples Bonus 910: A Grieving Widow
Johnnie Bassett, Uncle of Jeremy Warrior says he had to treat Alesia like a grieving widow for a long time.
Killer Couples Bonus 910: Alesia on the Stand
John Bryant, a Former Wyandotte County Prosecutor, says Alesia was allowed to sit in front of the jury in her wheelchair, so he asked if he could stay seated as well. He wanted to keep the dialogue going.
Killer Couples Bonus 910: Let's Get This Done
Jerry Wells, Appeals Attorney for Alesia Warrior says historically in these kinds of cases that nothing goes as planned.
Killer Couples Bonus 909: Bury the Gun
Mark calls Julie and asks when she was going to work and if she was going to leave from the garage. Rose was ready for Julie. Rose buries the gun.
Killer Couples 910: Sinister and Personal Motive
Gunshots just after 5:30 am wake the residents of Leavenworth Road, Kansas.
Killer Couples Bonus 909: Maintained His Innocence
Mark pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. Nash County Prosecutors Keith Werner says Mark got the lightest sentence he could have possibly gotten because he had no record.
Killer Couples 910: Alesia Warrior & Darrell Rodgers
A couple’s scheme for money and desire doesn’t turn out exactly as they had planned.