An Oklahoma man accused of hiring his handyman to kill a North Dakota dentist has waived extradition and will be returned to North Dakota to face a charge of conspiracy to commit murder. Gene Kirkpatrick, 63, Jones, Okla., is accused of paying Michael Nakvinda, 41, $3,000 to kill Philip Gattuso, who was Kirkpatrick’s son-in-law. Nakvinda is charged with murder.
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, November 21, 2009
The day after his wife’s funeral, Philip Gattuso’s mother-in-law gave him a one-page typed letter apparently signed by his wife. Dated 17 days before his wife, Valerie Gattuso, died March 30, the letter said Valerie wanted her sister, Regan Williams, to parent their toddler-aged daughter because she didn’t like how the Fargo dentist raised his sons from a prior marriage.
A man accused of hiring his handyman to kill a Fargo dentist is scheduled to be in an Oklahoma City courtroom Nov. 25 for a hearing to determine whether he should be sent to North Dakota to face charges. Gov. John Hoeven signed papers last week supporting the extradition of Gene Carl Kirkpatrick, 63, Jones, Okla. Kirkpatrick is accused of hiring Michael Allen Nakvinda to kill Philip Gattuso, who was Kirkpatrick’s son-in-law.
, November 16, 2009
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