Nolan Ray George’s 1969 Confession Ruled Admissibleon April 1, 2011 in Serial Killers by Brian Combs
A confession Nolan Ray George made in 1969 has been ruled admissible in his trial. Oakland County Circuit Judge Michael Warren ruled Wednesday that the jury can hear about the confession when his case goes to trial April 25.
George’s court-appointed attorney had argued that the confession shouldn’t be admissible after police promised that he wouldn’t be prosecuted for the killing.
George is being tried for the murder of Gwendolyn Perry on December 8, 1969. He allegedly strangled her during a sexual assault. Gwendolyn’s partially nude body was found the next morning.
George has already been found guilty of two murders, and is a suspect in several in Michigan, Kentucky, and Ohio.