In October 2021, Wheeler-Weaver was sentenced to 160 years in prison. In March 2022, he was charged with the additional murder of a 15-year-old girl.
We are honored to bring back one of our favorite guests, Christopher Maag. 👮🚨🚓🚨👮 Chris is a reporter for The Record and USA Today. 📝 He joins Meg to discuss the case of Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, who was convicted of killing three women and attacking a fourth in a span of 84 days in 2016. He describes the timeline leading to the arrest, in large part, due to the actions of the women involved.
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Journalist Christopher Maag has written stories for Huffington Post, Narratively, The Seattle Times, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American and Mother Jones. He has freelanced for The New York Times and TIME magazine, and has had stories on USA Today. Maag writes predominantly in New Jersey and writes both columns and longer investigative pieces. He is a Columbia journalism school graduate.