Saturday, February 8, 2014
"Before you know it, I had this photograph shoved in my face, and I was being threatened and slapped around, and they wanted me to sign a false confession. And I wouldn't," Yarbough said.
Police also took in Wilson and questioned him separately from Yarbough. But he got similar treatment, he said.
"I was scared, afraid; I was lied to, manipulated into believing that I was going to go home, if I do tell ... what they said happened." Wilson said.
Faced with a life behind bars, the young boy cooperated for the promise of lighter treatment.