Man accused of killing pregnant girlfriend in North Carolina alleges woman tried to poison him at the request of gang members

Willie Earl Moore faces charges including murder and murder of an unborn child.

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A man in North Carolina accused of murdering his pregnant girlfriend alleged that the woman allegedly tried to poison him.

However, the argument Willie Earl Moore, 27, in the opinion of the victim’s family is a farce to claim that he is mentally unfit to face the judicial process.

Fayetteville Observer reported that Earl Moore fatally shot Tanajwa McMurray on October 11, at your home in the aforementioned city. At the time of the attack, the woman was five months pregnant. The fetus did not survive the attack.

McMurray’s eldest daughter, 10, was at the residence when the incident was reported, but was unharmed. The minor told authorities that she heard the detonations, but that Moore threatened to kill her if she left her room.

In the call to the 911 system at about 9:15 pm that the suspect made and that the referred media reviews, it indicates that a gang called “Gangster Disciples” was using McMurray to poison him.

“They have my girlfriend trying to poison me,” the man is heard saying on the call.

The defendant later alleged that 31-year-old McMurray was trying to lay me down. a trap to assassinate him.

According to the version that the man gave to the authorities, your partner first grabbed a gun and pointed it at you, and, it was then, that he shot him.

“It is on video that we were arguing. I told her I was going to kill her, ”Moore argued to the 911 dispatcher.

“Move on. Send an ambulance. I really shot him… ”, he added in the conversation.

Moore turned himself in to authorities on October 17. Face charges including murder and murder of a child unborn.