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    Mott gets 60 years for Kari Nunemaker murder

    though not specifically admitting to raping Kari -- but said he’s not a killer, and said the case was grandstanding by Prosecutor Curtis Hill. He plans to appeal his sentence. Hill said Mott’s “beyond redemption” and “in all likelihood should and would burn in hell.” For more information check back

    Posted on Feb. 28, 2008 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Feb. 28, 2008 at 6:50 a.m.

    Fred Mott will serve 60 years in prison for the murder of Kari Ann Nunemaker, who was 16 at the time of her death in 1991.

    Judge George Biddlecome pronounced the sentence this afternoon, several weeks after a jury found Mott sexually abused and killed Kari.

    More than 20 of Kari’s family members and friends turned out but chose not to speak at the sentencing, instead giving a letter to Biddlecome. Even one of the jurors in the case attended the sentencing to see the case through.

    Now that his Indiana case is concluded, Mott will return to California to serve his six consecutive life sentences for violent sex crimes.

    Mott said there was no evidence he killed Kari other than two witnesses with questionable credibility and said his attorneys didn’t do their jobs. He admitted to being a rapist -- though not specifically admitting to raping Kari -- but said he’s not a killer, and said the case was grandstanding by Prosecutor Curtis Hill.

    He plans to appeal his sentence.

    Hill said Mott’s “beyond redemption” and “in all likelihood should and would burn in hell.”

    For more information check back at eTruth.com or see Friday’s Truth.

    Previous trial coverage:

    Guilty verdict closes terrible chapter for Nunemaker family, 2/2/08

    Nunemaker’s family, friends, find final chapter bittersweet, 2/2/08

    Truth editorial - Lessons learned from trial, 2/3/08

    Mott guilty of Nunemaker murder, 2/1/08

    It’s now up to the jury in Mott case, 2/1/2008

    Closing arguments underway in Mott trial, 2/1/2008

    Mott murder case set to go to jury, 2/1/2008

    Jurors retrace Nunemaker’s last steps, 1/31/2008

    Mott jury to visit key sites in Nunemaker murder this morning, 1/31/2008

    Jurors hear bits of case against Mott, 1/31/2008

    Police, neighbors and a former roommate testify in Mott trial, 1/30/2008

    Forensic pathologist describes Nunemaker injuries to jury, 1/30/2008

    Forensic pathologist begins morning testimony in Mott trial, 1/30/2008

    Mott trial: Teen's last day detailed, 1/30/2008

    Victim’s mother gives emotional testimony in Mott trial, 1/29/2008

    Testimony under way in Mott trial, 1/29/2008

    Six Mott jurors selected by late afternoon, 1/28/2008

    Publicity an issue in selecting Mott jury, 1/28/2008

    Fred Mott’s trial beginning for death of Kari Nunemaker, 1/28/2008

    Before the trial:

    Kari Nunemaker’s murder shook the community, 1/26/2008

    Suspect in Nunemaker killing charged, 3/8/2006


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