Accused Killer Laid O Priest In Form Of A Cross After Nebraska Stabbing, Court Filings Say

Was the rectory was locked before the attack.....

Gotta ask.....

Were they naked?

Accused killer laid on priest in form of a cross after Nebraska stabbing, court filings say 
The suspect in the murder of a Nebraska priest was discovered lying on top of the victim forming the shape of a cross as the pastor was bleeding to death, according to an affidavit filed in the Washington County Court. The responding officer said in the court filing that he saw the suspect, 43-year-old Kierre L. Williams, lying perpendicularly across 65-year-old Father Stephen Gutgsell’s chest after the stabbing. Gutgsell, who served as the pastor of St. John the Baptist Parish in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, died from his injuries later that morning. “On top of the white male [Gutgsell], there was a black male [Williams] laying on top of him with his back pressed on the white male’s chest area,” the responding officer said. “The black male was laying on him in a perpendicular fashion (T) with his feet facing the kitchen.” The officer said he entered the parish rectory shortly after 5 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 10, after the priest called 911 to report a home intruder with a knife, according to the affidavit. When the officer arrived six minutes later, he unholstered his pistol, entered the building, and announced his presence.“I heard a male voice that yelled ‘in here,’ followed by additional yelling that I could not decipher,” the officer said in the affidavit. “I then hear the voice yell ‘help me,’ I responded by asking who else was in the house, and the voice stated ‘an intruder.’” When the officer saw Gutgsell, the priest had “a severe laceration to his face and was bleeding profusely,” according to the statement. Officers who came to the scene to provide backup and perform life-saving measures on Gutgsell identified more lacerations on his face, hands, and back, the affidavit alleges. Although Williams complied with the officer at the scene, the affidavit claims he became “aggressive” in the interrogation room. It states he “aggressively stood up, pushing the table away from himself” and approached the officer “in an aggressive and hurried manner.” With the assistance of two corrections officers, the affidavit states Williams was secured in a restraining chair. Williams was charged with first-degree murder and three other felonies: use of a dangerous or deadly weapon to commit a felony, burglary, and possession of a weapon by a prohibited person. Williams is a convicted felon for possession of cocaine and fleeing and eluding law enforcement with a deadly weapon. Source