KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) — The man convicted of killing two hunters in
a state game area in 1990 said he wonders how hard his defense team’s
private investigator worked to keep him out of prison.
That private detective, a retired state police polygraph operator, later married the convicted killer’s wife.
“It’s a shocker and then I wonder, was he working for me?” Jeff Titus
told Target 8 in a phone interview from prison. “Was he working for an
ulterior motive? I don’t know.”