Testimony Will Last Through Fri. in "Critter Man" Murder Trial

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By Alabama News Network

Testimony will last through the end of the week in the capital murder trail of Kindall Riley, who is accused of killing well-known Montgomery animal trapper Ralph McNeil, who many remember as "Skip the Critter Man."

 

Testimony ended before lunch today due to the anticipated weather. 

In 2011, Police say former Montgomery doctor David Nash and McNeil's former-fiancé Serenna English hired Riley and his cousin to kill McNeil, because McNeil and English were in a custody battle. 

If Riley is found guilty, he could face the death penalty. 

 




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