‘They Have Nothing on Us,' Alleged Hitman Reportedly Wrote in Jailhouse Note After McKinney Slaying

In July 2015, five months after authorities say Ronald Gaylon Rosser fatally shot 66-year-old Richard Moore in his McKinney home, he slipped a note to another inmate at the Collin County jail.The note, signed "RR," was intended for Stephen Brockway, according to a former jail guard who testified Thursday at 55-year-old Rosser's capital murder trial."Are you okay?" the note read. "I was just checking in on you. I have kept my mouth shut they have nothing on us." But prosecutors told a jury this week that they have plenty of evidence to prove Brockway and his girlfriend, Chansamorn Pokai, paid Rosser to kill Moore — Pokai's husband.  Continue reading...

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