Steven Sandison had enough of his cellmates lies and excuses and decided to take matters into his own hands.
About 12 hours after his prison cellmate died of strangulation, convicted murdered Steven D. Sandison confessed to strangling him with the victim’s own shoelaces and showed insight into his frame of mind before, during, and after the incident.
Seated in a room with Michigan State Police Detective Sgts. Gary Thomas and Patrick Darrow about 12 hours after the death of Theodore Dyer, Sandison very quickly admitted to killing Dyer in their cell and explains why.
The 51-year-old Sandison, already serving life without parole for murdering his girlfriend went into much more detail with Thomas and Darrow than he did in the courtroom.
The theme in Sandison’s confession remained the same, however: He killed Dyer because Dyer molested a child and tried to justify it.
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