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officials, he initially denied any participation in the event. However, the more the police question White, the more honest he became. The police officers found out that White knew Peggy and was in love with her. Besides, White claimed that he knew Peggy’s twin sister since he did some work for her as a handy man. Later White confessed to the killing of Dr. Wilson. This confession left the officials in shock because White said that the twin sisters hired him to do the killing. According to White, he met with Betty’s twin sister at the Vincent Elementary School (“Justia us law”, 2021). They were coworkers and spent a lot of time phone calling each other. In addition to that, White and Peggy were intimate. White claimed that Peggy requested him to kill her brother in law, Wilson, for five thousand dollars. Before he completed the mission, White claimed to have received half the money. Additionally, white claimed that as they spent time together with Betty’s sister, he developed a sexual relationship with her, which Peggy used against him to force him into murdering Wilson (“Justia us law”, 2021). White needed funds to go to Alabama ad execute the killing, thus Peggy gave him orders to go to a park where Betty had left him money in between a book. Moreover, white was offered Betty’s weapon to carry out the killing. Later, white claimed that when he received the cash for the second time, he met both sisters. On May 1992, white claimed that Betty allowed him inside her house where he waited for Wilson. After Wilson’s arrival, white met him and murdered him with a certain object that he couldn’t recognize and not with Becky’s weapon (“Justia us law”, 2021). White gave this confession I exchange of a plea deal that would save him from capital punishment. The officials found Betty’s weapon together with the book near white’s house. Multiple eye witnesses confirmed various details of James White's confession. Testimony was presented that corroborated his testimony that he received money in April to commit the murder. There was testimony that White, who had no steady job and had had no
WILSON VS STATE 4 money for quite some time, had a great deal of money immediately before Dr. Wilson's murder. Linda Bush, head teller at First Bank of Childersburg, testified that on April 27, 1992, White deposited $500 to his checking account. He also made payments on some loans and bought two money orders. In all, he gave Bush over $1,000 in cash (“Justia us law”, 2021). Bush further stated that at the time he conducted the above banking transactions with

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