According to the Daily Caller, an accused police killer confessed on camera. After going on a murder spree, Willie Cory Goldbolt, 35, confessed to many murders, police say. According to reports, Goldbolt went on a shooting spree, killing three women and William Durr, a Lincoln County Deputy. In another area, the suspect shot a man and woman killing them. A Mississippi native, Godbolt was captured Sunday morning, following the murder spree.

As cameras were rolling, Godbolt confessed on national television in front of the world.

In the shootout, Goldbolt managed to shoot and kill Deputy William Durr. When asked about the murder of the deputy, Goldbolt said, “my pain wasn’t designed for him. He was just there.” Goldbolt went on to say, “We was talking about me trying to take the children home…somebody called the officer…that’s what they do, they intervene. It cost him his life. I’m sorry.”

The dispute over a child custody battle

The situation with Goldbolt started when the deputy approached him about a dispute regarding his kids.

The problem then escalated into the murders of several innocent people. During his TV confession, Goldbolt also said what his intentions were; “Suicide by cop was my intention. I ain’t fit to live. Not after what I’ve done.” It didn't work out that way due to Goldbolt "running out of bullets."

No charges have been filed at the moment, and no clear motive has been established. The death toll is eight people including the deputy sheriff.

One of the victims turns out to be Goldbolt's mother-in-law, who was involved in the custody battle for the children. According to the suspect, "there were many people in the wrong place at the wrong time." After many apologies, he is sitting at the Lincoln County Jail, waiting on charges.

These crimes are frequent lately

According to the Time website, murders have risen in the US since 2015.

The fatalities are steady rising through 2016 and 2017. Murders are up in 30 US cities according to the reports. Among these cities are Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Nashville, and San Antonio. According to the article, FBI Director Comey, before his resignation, called the increase the “Ferguson effect.”

According to his findings, after the Ferguson police killing of the young black teen in 2015 things changed. Since then, Comey said police are backing off due to fears of being reported. Since 2015, murders have risen from 3,855 in 2015 to 4,673 so far this year.

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