I spoke with WINK News about what it takes to get the confession.
In 2018 Texas Ranger James Holland contacted the Fort Myers Police Department and informed them that Samuel Little had confessed to killing a black female in Fort Myers in 1984. In December of 2018 FMPD Homicide Detectives Mali Langton and Dan Losapio, along with Assistant State Attorney Sara Miller, traveled to Decatur, Texas, and interviewed Little at the Wise County Sheriff’s Department.
Little provided Detectives with a detailed confession; however, he was unable to provide the details needed to identify the victim, according to the FMPD press release. But what did it take for detectives to get that confession? Watch the video to find out.