A Kentucky man accused of killing three women sends a letter to a newspaper and says I'm guilty.
The Courier Journal requested an interview with 54-year old William Clyde Gibson who is being held in the Floyd County Jail.
He responded with a letter saying he will accept the death penalty that prosecutors are seeking because quote "After all I am guilty".
He also wrote that he told the prosecuting attorney he would plead guilty just to save some more heart ache.
Not guilty pleas have been entered on his behalf and his attorney told the newspaper that he intends to "Vigorously defend him."
Police found remains of one of the women in the backyard of his southern Indiana home in April.