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Crime Accused murderer wants his confession thrown out before trial

00:25  02 october  2019
00:25  02 october  2019 Source:   newscentermaine.com

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A man is accused of randomly killing elderly women, and he is apparently confessing to it.Now, more than six years after the most recent death, that man wants his recorded confession thrown out .That recording was played in court on Monday with the defendant yet to stand trial .

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"You know I killed her, so."

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Those were the words of Phillip Clark to Deputy Chief Scott Webber last July.

Phillip Clark is accused of shooting and killing his sister-in-law, Renee on July 11, 2018. According to court documents, Renee had filed for a protection from abuse against Phillip in February of 2018. She was denied that protection from a judge.

On Tuesday, in a Bangor court, an evidentiary hearing was held with this confession at the forefront.

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  'Making a Murderer' Confession: Convicted Wisconsin Murderer Allegedly Confesses To Killing Teresa Halbach "Seeing as it was given by a notable convicted murderer from Wisconsin, we feel responsible to deliver any and all possible evidence to law enforcement and legal teams."Currently, there are two men behind bars for Halbach's death. Both claim they are innocent. Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey have both spent years fighting for their freedom. Dassey took his case all the way to the Supreme Court, where his attempt at a new trial was rejected, while Avery continues the appeal process.

They wanted his confession thrown out and a new trial . Confession in "Making a Murderer " coerced. Wisconsin officials had urged the Supreme Court not to take Dassey's attorneys can still try to get him a new trial but they'd have to convince a judge that newly discovered evidence warrants one.

in 2011 wants his confession to the crime to be thrown out before his retrial. that conviction was overturned by the 1st District Court of Appeals, which cited faulty jury instructions in his first trial . Wade was accused of pulling out a handgun and pointing it in her direction. Wade claimed that as he

The defense is looking to get Phillip's confession thrown out and not allow it to be used in the trial, that's scheduled for November.

Police were questioned in court about the events of the night Renee was murdered. Many of the questions were surrounding where Renee went after she went to the Hampden Police Department the night she was killed.

According to court documents, Renee went home and got a ride with Father Anthony Cioplle, who was her priest.

Court documents say that Renee and Cipolle were involved in "an altercation" with Phillip.

Phillip's brother, Chuck, told NEWS CENTER Maine that Phillip was, "beat up by a priest."

Police said in court on Tuesday that Renee was known to stay with Cipolle and that he advised her to stay away from law enforcement. Police also say that Cipolle was, "less than cooperative with the investigation."

Inmate claims to be actual killer of Teresa Halbach

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They wanted his confession thrown out and a new trial . Wisconsin officials had urged the Supreme Court not to take the case, telling the court it shouldn't second-guess Dassey's attorneys can still try to get him a new trial but they'd have to convince a judge that newly discovered evidence warrants one.

They wanted his confession thrown out and a new trial . Dassey's attorneys say they will continue to fight to free their client. "It should have been evident to anyone that watched the Making a Murder series and you can see the interrogation unfolding before your own eyes, how Brendan was coerced

The evidentiary hearing will continue next week.

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