Amber Whited's killer pleads guilty

BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- Raymond Michael Brasiel pleaded guilty but mentally ill Tuesday in the stabbing deaths of two people on July 16 and 19, as well as aggravated assault for stabbing his first victim's wife - this according to our news partners at The Florida Times-Union.

After hearing the details of Brasiel's mental-health history, Superior Court Judge Roger B. Lane accepted the plea and sentenced the 22-year-old to consecutive life terms without parole for the murders of Bobby Lee Jenks and Amber Whited. That sentence will be followed by a 20-year sentence for the knife attack on Jenks' wife, Mickie.

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