1985 Stabbing Incident: The Accuse Pleaded No Contest To Second-Degree Murder

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On Thursday, Geter Watson Rhymes, suspect in a 1985 stabbing incident, pleaded no contest in court for Second-Degree Murder. The victim was found dead in his apartment in Roeland Park, Kansas.

1985 Stabbing Incident: The Accuse Pleaded No Contest To Second-Degree Murder
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After 36 years, the 1985 fatal stabbing cold case solved

Geter Watson Rhymes,67 years old, is convicted in the stabbing to death of a father of three in Kansas City.

On Thursday, Geter Rhymes pleaded guilty in court to second-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of Gary Watson in 1985. The victim is married and a father of three.

The suspect in the stabbing incident was initially charged with first-degree murder.

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Geter Watson Rhymes, suspect in the stabbing arrested two years ago

The stabbing incident victim’s body was found on March 13, 1985, in his apartment. Police reanalyzed the evidence gathered and interviewed more than 200 witnesses.

Geter Watson Rhymes, accused of stabbing Gary Watson, will be sentenced in court this July 14. The suspect asked for five years imprisonment under the plea deal.

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