(Source: FOX5) ammy Meyers, 44, was shot in the head in front of her residence on Feb. 12, 2015. She died two days later in the hospital. (FOX5 FILE) LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Confessed killer Erich Nowsch on Tuesday evening agreed to a jailhouse interview with FOX5. In a very high-profile case, Nowsch confessed to killing Tammy Meyers outside her home. Although he agreed to a plea deal, he now wants his confession thrown out and his day in court. FOX5 reached out to Nowsch after he filed his own motions for a new trial. He agreed. FOX5 asked a lot of questions, but Nowsch was evasive. Nowsch began the interview by reading off a list of allegations against his own attorneys and the Clark County District Attorneys Office. The DAs office does not play fair, Nowsch said.
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