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Executed man’s confession may solve 14-year-old Mississippi missing person case

David Neal Cox (Image courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Corrections)


It’s been almost three weeks since the execution of David Neal Cox for the murder of his estranged wife, but a written confession may allow investigators to solve a long-standing missing person case.  On November 19th, two days after his execution, Cox’s lawyers delivered a letter from their client to District Attorney John Weddle.  In it, he confessed to killing his sister-in-law, Felicia Cox.  He also told where authorities to find her remains.

Felicia has been missing since 2007.


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