Jenkins Contacts KMTV, Claims Rights Were Violated
Omaha, NE -- Accused killer Nikko Jenkins wants the Nebraska Attorney General to look into his claims.
In a letter to KMTV Action 3 News received Wednesday, Jenkins says his human rights were violated, and would like misconduct investigated. He names the former director of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services, Bob Houston, and two wardens.
Jenkins claims they deceived the public, and harmed a mentally ill inmate. The two page letter also documents instances of how he was harmed, or how he harmed himself.
Jenkins says he wants to plead guilty to killing four people over a 10-day span. The alleged killing spree happened days after he was released from prison on July 30, 2013.
KMTV is still waiting to hear back from the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office.