Black Crow's Response
February 23, 2008, 10:51 PM
Attorney General Larry Long is considering perjury charges against Aloysius Black Crow. And Black Crow tells KELOLAND News, he'll admit to them.
Black Crow says he feels terrible about ruining the prosecution's case against David Lykken. But he insists Lykken did admit, in detail, killing Pam Jackson and Sherri Miller.
Black Crow says once investigators gave him a wire to wear, Lykken was suspicious and wouldn't talk anymore. So Black Crow asked another inmate to repeat the things Lykken had said.
Black Crow says he's been in prisons most of his life, but nothing has disturbed him more than the things he heard from David Lykken. And the jail house informant believes the prosecution has enough evidence and will eventually recharge Lykken with or without his testimony.
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