A judge has denied a request by a former comics shop owner convicted twice of the 1990 Detroit-area murder of his wife for an acquittal and new trial.
A former comics shop owner convicted twice of the murder of his wife is asking a judge to acquit him or order a new trial in the 1990 Detroit-area slaying.
Michael George, the so-called “comic book killer,” has been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted twice for the 1990 killing of his wife.
Michael George has been found guilty in the murder of his wife inside the couple’s Clinton Township comic book store more than 20 years ago.
Closing arguments were heard Thursday in the retrial of former comic book storm owner Michael George, accused of killing his wife more than 20 years ago.