28 Jun '14, 6pm

Death penalty suggested in case against airman facing murder charges

Death penalty suggested in case against airman facing murder charges

An Air Force investigating officer is recommending the death penalty for a Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, senior airman charged with killing his fiancée and unborn child. Senior Airman Charles Amos Wilson III, a support team member with the 461st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Robins, was arrested in August and charged with killing his fiancée, Tameda Ferguson, and her unborn child. Ferguson was found shot to death at her home in Dawson, Georgia, about 100 miles south of Robins. She was 8½ months pregnant. Investigating officer Col. William Muldoon recommends the death penalty in an Article 32 report completed May 29, senior defense counsel Maj. Will Babor told Air Force Times. The report is being forwarded to the general court-martial convening authority, Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, who will decide whether to refer the case to court-martial. The defense has objected to ...

Full article: http://www.airforcetimes.com/article/20140628/NEWS06/3062...

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