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William Clyde Gibson Pleads Guilty To Second Murder
Updated March 21, 2014 6:46 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(NEW ALBANY) - Convicted killer William Clyde Gibson pleaded guilty to the murder of Karen Hodella Thursday.

The judge accepted Gibson's guilty plea. The sentence calls for 65 years in prison.
The sentencing hearing is set for April 17 at 11 a.m.

Gibson gave no statement in court except to plead guilty. Hodella's family does not live in the area and was not present.

In court, Gibson had a new tattoo reading "Death Row X Three."

Gibson is accused of killing three women -- Stephanie Kirk, Christine Whitis and Karen Hodella.

Gibson was convicted in October for the murder of Christine Whitis and sentenced to death.



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