April 16, 2019
True to form, this negro insists that he dindu nuffin even when the evidence is stacked against him.
He probably thinks he shouldn’t be punished because the victims were just a bunch of old honkies.
A suspect in the stabbing deaths of an Edwardsville couple pleaded not guilty Thursday to four counts of first-degree murder, after which a grand jury indicted him on the four charges.
Madison County State’s Attorney Tom Gibbons filed charges on March 19 against Zachary I. Capers, 23, for the deaths of Michael and Lois Ladd on March 17.
A grand jury convened Thursday at the Criminal Justice Center in Edwardsville. Capers pleaded not guilty to the murders in front of the jury; after hearing evidence for approximately two minutes, the grand jury indicted Capers on the four counts of first-degree murder.
The case has been assigned to Associate Judge Neil Schroeder and he has set the trial to commence on May 6.
Lois and Michael Ladd.