A New Jersey man who was convicted of murdering three women he met on dating apps has been sentenced to 160 years in prison. Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 25, learned of his fate Friday morning in a Newark court, where he continued to maintain he was framed in the women’s deaths. However, Assistant Essex County Prosecutor refuted the claim, telling the judge, “The defendant believed these victims were disposable. They were killed and then he went on about his day as if nothing had happened.” In an emotional moment during the sentencing, Victor Brown — whose 33-year-old daughter Joanne was allegedly murdered by Wheeler-Weaver in 2016 — addressed his daughter’s killer from the witness stand. “I hope you suffer, boy,” he said to the stone-faced defendant. “Every night.”
Dating App Serial Killer Sentenced To 160 Years In Prison
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