Donald ray Wallace jr death row inmate who confessed

A man sat on Indiana’s death row professing his innocence for twenty-three years. He wasn’t the man who bound a family of four in Evansville, Indiana with a vacuum cord before shooting them in the head execution style—even though the evidence pointed to him. But in his final days, this dead man walking opened up about what really happened to the Gilligan family, and why it mattered. This is: The Death Row Confession of Mass Murderer, Donald Ray Wallace, Jr.

 

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