The man accused of the murder of brothers from Wisconsin who disappeared after visiting the farm.
On Wednesday, prosecutors released court documents that shed light on the fate of two brothers from Wisconsin. Brothers Timely disappeared to the North of Kansas city. District attorney Caldwell has accused a 25-year-old garland Joseph Nelson (Garland Joseph Nelson) in two murders in the first degree. Brothers Dimels, pastoralists, went to the farm in Caldwell County to receive 200 thousand from Nelson for the purchase of cows.
Nelson intentionally killed the brothers with a rifle on his farm near Braymer, threw their truck in the Parking lot near Holt, the phone thrown on the road. Their bodies he hid in a huge metal barrels, and then taken out to the pasture and burned, Bay diesel fuel. The remains he hid in a pile of manure.
Clothes Nelson found the blood of Nicholas Dimela in the pocket – the cartridge from a rifle. Now the farmer faces a life sentence.