HBO’s ‘Mind Over Murder’ shines a light on the investigation into the 1985 murder of Helen Wilson. TheIn her apartment, a loving grandmother was found raped. Beatrice, NebraskaHowever, no arrests were made before 1989. In that particular year, six suspects — who later came to be collectively known as the Beatrice Six — were sent to prison reportedly based on manufactured memories and coerced confessions; Kathleen GonzalezOne of them was me. So, if you’re curious to discover what happened to her since then, here’s what we know.
Who is Kathy Gonzalez?
Kathy GonzalezThe same building was home to the two of them. Helenat the time of the murder. She initially came to the police’s attention after Debra SheldenAnd James DeanThey claimed to have seen her at a crime scene in their dreams. However, KathyIn the beginning, I was adamant about doing laundry on the night of and watching a film. Helen’s slaying. LikeSome of the other suspects KathyAlso, he was abused by his uncle and had a vulnerable childhood.
During Kathy’s session with Wayne Price, a sheriff’s deputy and a psychologist, she was adamant about not being in Helen’s apartment during the murder. However, WayneIt was asserted that KathyThese memories could be blocked out, and she would experience them as dreams if he relaxed. Kathy was unsure, saying, “I’ve done my share of little sins, but we’re talking about killing an old person. I mean, why would you block this out? I mean, it had to be pretty bad.”
Furthermore, Kathy’s blood type matched the blood found at the crime scene. HoweverIt was due to a single genetic marker. Nevertheless, Burdette SearceyThe investigator who took over the case after it was closed down reportedly told her that her blood matches what was found. Helen’s apartment. LaterAfter completing a polygraph exam, you can go on. June 1989, KathyShe was told that she was being deceitful.
Where is Kathy Gonzalez Today?
While KathyShe eventually claimed she had no memories of the murder. She pleaded no contest for aiding and abetting the second-degree murder to avoid the death penalty if convicted. Furthermore, KathyAttested at Joseph White’s trial, saying he talked about committing a burglary. Like JamesAnd Debra, KathyReceived a 10-year term, and served approximately half of it. SheLater, she retracted her testimony.
It was a few years ago that Kathy said, “They managed to get a bunch of people that really didn’t have important lives. We weren’t very well educated. We weren’t really conducting our lives in a ChristianThe majority of the time, however. AndThey just got rid of me. None of us were innocent; we were all broken in one way, shape, or form.” SheFinally settled in York, NebraskaShe regrettably did not leave the state upon her release as some people believed the six were guilty.
As2019 KathyIn a grocery shop, I worked as a cashier. York. SheHe was awarded $350,000 and $2,000,000 for the wrongful imprisonment. InA 2019 interview KathyShe hoped that the money would be used to buy a car, fix her teeth, and install an air conditioner in her home.
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