A judge is reviewing taped statements made by the teen suspect in the Craigslist killings to determine whether the recordings can be used in court.
Fox 8 News reports attorney's for the 17-year-old Stow teen, Brogan Rafferty, claim that he was coerced to talk to investiogators.
In the taped statements, Rafferty reveals that the holes he dug in Noble County were intended for the victims and blamed Richard Beasley who is also linked to the killings.
Rafferty is suspected of helping 52-year-old Richard Beasley of Akron lure victims with bogus Craigslist job offers.
The hearing before Summit County Common Pleas Judge Lynne Callahan concluded Friday with the judge taking the defense request under advisement.
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