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After more than four years of waiting, the capital murder trial of James Staley III has finally come to a close.

A Tarrant County jury found him guilty of taking the life of Wilder McDaniel in October 2018.

Wichita County District Attorney John Gillespie, who led the prosecution, expressed relief and satisfaction with the verdict, stating that justice had been served.

Gillespie was sworn in less than three months after Wilder’s death, and he worked tirelessly to ensure that Staley’s wealth would not secure his freedom.

Staley, who was once a rich psychopath, has now been declared indigent and has lost everything, including his freedom.

He wept through the entire proceedings and grabbed his lawyers, crying for himself, but not shedding a tear for the little boy he murdered.

Gillespie had a lot more to say about the trial and its outcome, and the full interview can be found on Texoma’s

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