A New Jersey man who used a dating app to meet and kill women has been sentenced.
According to Assistant Printing Press, Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 25, convicted of three murders, one count of attempted murder and kidnapping, arson and arson, and other offenses including desecration of human remains, was sentenced to 160 years in prison.
The trial and punishment came after a victim’s friend worked on their own intelligence on social media to find the suspect. Wheeler-Weaver showed no emotion as the judge sentenced him in Newark. Family members of the victims had emotional statements before they were convicted Sarah Butler And Robin West.
Before the family members spoke, Wheeler-Weaver told the Superior Court judge Mark S. Ali That he was framed and denied responsibility for the murder.
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The Essex County, NJ, prosecutor’s office credits Butler’s friends using social media to create fake accounts and lure him to a meeting to help police find Wheeler-Weaver.
At the time of punishment on Wednesday (October-October), Tiffany Taylor, A survivor of the Wheeler-Weaver attack, describes how it changed his life.
“My whole life is different; I don’t wear makeup anymore; I have no friends. I am always paranoid. But I’m still happy to be here, “he said. “I hope you don’t show him any regrets, because he doesn’t show any regrets.”
During the trial, investigators presented evidence from Wheeler-Weaver’s cellphone that showed him where the victims had disappeared and where their bodies had been found.
“The defendant believed that these victims were disposable. They were killed and then he continued his day as if nothing had happened. Adam Wells Said, according to the AP. “But the lives of each of these women are important.”