Wetherell is serving a life phrase for first-degree murder, housed in a prison about 50 miles far from her fiance, Gillpatrick, that is serving a sentence that is 55-to-90-year second-degree murder.
The set, whom met in 1998 just before their incarceration, have come to accept they can not marry face-to-face. Alternatively, they wish to wed via movie meeting, and so they want end up to a jail policy that forbids Nebraska inmates from marrying one another except in “special circumstances. Continue reading “Niccole Wetherell and Paul Gillpatrick were involved in 2012. Their state of Nebraska has prevented their wedding from the time”