Randall Knight was sentenced to 24 years in a federal prison for murdering his lover's husband, Andie Gaspar. Knight had carried on an extensive affair with the other man's wife, until she convinced him to commit the murder. Initially, Knight was arrested for the murder, but was released, causing the case to go cold, a sure sign that they had the right man. Years later, FBI Agents and Cold Case Detectives unraveled the mystery and were able to get Knight to confess. This case would be a good one for Investigation Discovery's, "I almost got away with it."
Investigators can always count on remorse and guilt to eat away at a suspect's subconscious, paving the way for the right investigator asking the right questions.
One of the 3 motives most often used for murder, which I call the Homicide Triangle, Love, Money and Drugs, proved correct once again.
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