The individual responsible for taking the life of a good Samaritan who opened his home to transients has pleaded guilty.
Jimmie Smith, Jr.was sentenced to life without parole for killing 75-year-old Albert Kilgo.
News reports say authorities found Kilgo beaten to death and disfigured by the severity of the attack.
The murder occurred in Chalk Bluff, Texas.
The crime occurred in January, 2014. Reports of the guilty plea were posted April 23, 2015.
Meanwhile, the mainstream Marxist media continues to portray white Americans as viscous racists with a long history of attacking black people. Oddly, accounts of unprovoked white-on-black assaults are almost non-existent. Still, white Americans are overcome with guilt and shame while ignoring the perennial epidemic of black-on-white violence.
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Kilgo was found partially wrapped in a blanket, lying in his blood-stained bed in his home.
An arrest warrant affidavit says Kilgo suffered such a severe beating that he was disfigured and that there were large blood stains on him, his clothing and on the bed.
"Kilgo also suffered injuries consistent with trying to defend himself," the affidavit said.
Investigators were able to establish that Boykin was at Kilgo's residence on Jan. 7, 2014 and that Kilgo had told him he was no longer welcome to stay at the home, the affidavit said.
Kilgo regularly opened his door to transients and homeless people, McLennan County Chief Deputy Matt Cawthon said.
The affidavit says Kilgo changed the locks on his home and removed all of Boykin's belongings.
Boykin was arrested within a few hours based on evidence found in the victim's vehicle and in the Bellmead Days Inn motel room where Boykin was staying.
Investigators, using a chemical test, discovered traces of blood in the bathtub of Boykin's motel room that otherwise were not visible to the naked eye.
They also found Kilgo's vehicle, inside of which they discovered bloodstained clothing that belonged to Boykin, as well as a pair of blood-stained boots that Boykin admitted were his, the affidavit says.
Smith was arrested about a week after Kilgo's family members discovered the body after they went to the home in the 200 block of River Ridge Drive after not hearing from the man for some time.
Kilgo was related to Dub Kilgo, the former head coach of the McLennan Community College Baseball team.
His brother George Kilgo, is also a coach at La Vega ISD.
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