A Minnesota judge has been asked to throw out a confession made by a man after he was arrested in Tomah last year. K-A-R-E Television reports 40-year-old McKinley Phillips is charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing his wife to death in June. The couple’s six children were upstairs watching television during the attack. Phillips was pulled off a Greyhound bus bound for Chicago at about 3:00 a-m. As he was being returned to Minnesota he allegedly told detectives he attacked his wife when he found a letter sent to her by a former boyfriend.
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