Breaking: details of executed inmate David Cox letter about unsolved murder
A press conferene was held on Monday, December 6th by District Attorney John Weddle in regards to the Felicia Cox dissapearane in Pontotoc in 2007.
It had been speculated that recently executed murderer David Cox had wrote a letter about the unsolved dissapearance.
According to MDOC Commissioner Burl Cain, David Cox revealed that he had left behind a mystery letter, possibly relating to the 2007 disappearance of his sister-in-law Felicia Cox.
Cox did not mention the letter in his last words, which were “I want my children to know that I love them very much and I was a good man at one time. And don’t ever read anything but the King James Bible and I wanna thank the Commissioner for being so kind to me. And that’s all I got to say.”
The press conferene on Monday confirmed the existence of this letter.
The District Attorney’s office confirmed this at the press conference at 2:30 pm at the Pontotoc Courthouse on Monday.
According to Weddle:
A hand letter was delivered concerning the murder of Felicia Cox to David Cox attorney. He gave an admission of of guilt and a location of the remains of Felicia Cox.