Woman Doesn't Fear Murder Charge In Florida Case
MIAMI (AP) - A jailhouse informant says a woman charged with killing 4-year-old Florida foster child Rilya Wilson said she didn't fear a murder charge because the girl's body would never be found.
Convicted murderer Maggie Carr testified Monday that 66-year-old Geralyn Graham was confident Rilya's remains would never be discovered. Carr also said Graham was nonchalant about the missing girl and said no one would care because she was a poor foster child.
Graham faces life in prison if convicted of killing Rilya, whose body has not been found. Another prison inmate testified earlier that Graham confessed to smothering Rilya with a pillow. Graham insists she is innocent and says Rilya was taken by a state worker and never returned.
Prosecutors are likely to rest their main case this week.
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