More info in the Leanna Walker case...

-- The day after Leanna Walker's remains were found in a dirt pile on a llama farm in Milford, Pa., the man now charged with her murder told a corrections officer, "The blood is on her own head because she wouldn't change her ways," according to a newly released arrest affidavit. 

 Sky Michael McDonough, 26, of Milford, nearly two months after that comment, told his father, Martin McDonough Sr., through a phone call from the Pike County Correctional Facility, that police were trying to get him to confess to Walker's death, stating, "If I had told police why I had done it, if I had done it, they would have given me the death penalty." 

See the entire article as printed in the NJ Herald HERE

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