Maine man charged with murdering a teenage girl in a premediated kidnaping that he calculated to “save” her from is to go in court today. Kyle Dube, aged 21, from Orono in Maine, purportedly created a fake Facebook profile to arrange a meeting with Nichole Cable in May 2013 and murdered her in a failed abducting that law enforcement officials say planned to ‘solve himself’.
Investigators reported that Dube informed other people about his intentions to snatch Nichole while wearing a ski mask, come back later without the mask, “find” her and get praise for being the hero who saved her. Now the young Maine man is to go on trial, accused of murdering the 16-yaer old girl.
Dube’s homicide trial is projected to be over in two weeks. His defense has already weakened as the judge won’t permit his lawyers to name his ex as another suspect in the murdering of Nichole Cable.
Dube’s lawyers planned to name suspect’s ex-girfriend , who was seeing Dube at the time of the killing, as an alternative suspect, saying the young lady disdained Cable thinking that the victim and Dube were dating. However, Superior Court Justice Ann Murray allowed the state’s motion to bar defense lawyers from naming an alternate conceivable suspect.
Murray’s rule said that Dube managed to appear even more suspicious after the suggested an alternative suspect.
According to the judge order, the defense’s solicitation doesn’t bring any evidence that there was any association between the young woman and the crime. There was likewise no proof that the young lady was at or close to Cable’s home on the night of the teenager’s disappearance, she composed.
Lawyers of both sides as well as the parents of the victim declined to make any comments.
Friends and colleagues of Nichole Cable at Old Town High School said they wanted to decrease or end their use of online networking after the tragic event.
Almost after two years, the school continues to emphasize the importance of safe and responsible social networking, as indicated by David Walker, director of Regional School Unit 34. He mentioned that he hasn’t observed any major change in the way students employ social networking at the school.
The state’s medical chief-inspector reported that Cable died by suffocation. Her body was ound in Old Town eight days after the kidnapping.
Police further noted that the fake Facebook profile was under the name of another young person but eventually led them back to Dube’s home. That man had no part in the snatching, police said.
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