|Inmate testifies about solicitation to kill witness|
|By dailygazette.com- Andrew Beam|
SCHENECTADY -- An inmate at the Fulton County Jail testified in Schenectady County Court on Tuesday that he was solicited by Tarchand Lall about killing a witness to Lall's alleged crimes.
Timothy Morris, who previously pleaded guilty to weapons possession and reckless endangerment charges, said the conversation with Lall occurred in July 2017 while the two were in Schenectady County Jail.
Even though Lall, who is on trial in the killing of Charles Dembrosky, and Morris were being held in different sections of the jail, Morris said they were able to interact during outside recreation time because there was only a fence that separated them.
Morris testified that he was trying to get bail set in his case when Lall approached him with a deal. He said Lall told him that depending on how much his bail was, he would pay it so Morris could get out and kill a witness in Lall's murder case.
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