Missouri attorney general: Strickland is guilty of 3 murders
July 11, 2021
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Attorney General's Office on Monday said it believes longtime inmate Kevin Strickland is guilty of killing three people in Kansas City and should remain in prison, despite several other prosecutors saying they believe he is innocent.
Assistant Attorney General Andrew Clarke argued in a motion filed Monday that Strickland, 62, was given a fair trial in 1979 and has "worked to evade responsibility" for the Kansas City killings since then, The Kansas City Star reported.
Also Monday, Circuit Judge Ryan Horsman set an evidentiary hearing in Strickland'...