The trial for the alleged serial killer known as the “Woolf’s Eye” is in the middle of a second day.
Prosecutors say that he is the leader of a group of men who prey on female inmates in the Woolf’s eye institution, a maximum security prison.
The accused, Anthony W. Woolfson, was released from a maximum-security jail in January and is now in the Woolsons’ eyes.
His lawyers say he is mentally unstable and could be dangerous to others.
“I have seen a man who has been in prison for almost 10 years, who is now a serial murderer,” said Woolsson’s attorney, Kevin Kline, in a press conference Monday afternoon.
Woolford is accused of murdering six women in the prison.
His victims include two women from the prison, one a single mother and another a single grandmother, according to court documents.
His crimes began in 2005, when Woolf, who was convicted of kidnapping, sexual assault and aggravated battery, raped and killed three women.
He then kidnapped another woman and sexually assaulted another woman.
Woolford, who used to be a janitor at the prison in North Carolina, pleaded guilty to the other two counts in January 2018 and was sentenced to life in prison.
He was released in May 2018, according the Woonsons.
On Monday, the Woosons are seeking to have Woolf released on parole, the same conditions he was initially sentenced to in 2005.
According to the Wunsons, the condition is that Woolf must have no contact with any woman who is less than 21 years old.
That would mean that Woolford cannot have any contact with his ex-wife, who he married in 1998.
But that’s not all.
Prosecutors said that the condition would apply to any woman in prison who is in her 20s or 30s.
Prosecutors said that Woolworth is also prohibited from having contact with women who are at least 18.
While the Wolsons want to have him released on par with the conditions imposed in 2005 and 2018, they have not yet received a response from the state Department of Corrections.