Nolan Ray George
Blog PostsSerial Killers by Brian Combs | 1 Comment
Nolan Ray George was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Thursday. He was convicted last month of the 1968 murder of Gwendolyn Perry. Dan Gosley, Gwendolyn’s brother said: He victimized women who were smaller and weaker than him, and he strangled them. George has been…Continue reading...
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An Oakland County, Michigan jury convicted Nolan Ray George of murder Thursday afternoon. George shared two six-packs of Pabst Blue Ribbon with Gwendolyn Perry, then strangled her with her hosiery. He had met the 36-year-old cashier from Pontiac that night in 1968. George had committed, been convicted of, and served…Continue reading...
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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…Continue reading...