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Crime Watch Daily: Prison Phone Interview with Infamous ‘Selfie Killer’ Amanda Taylor

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“CRIME WATCH DAILY WITH CHRIS HANSEN” PRISON PHONE INTERVIEW
WITH INFAMOUS ‘SELFIE KILLER’

After She Stabbed Her Father-in-Law 31 Times, Amanda Taylor Took a Selfie With His Dead Body

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (May 17, 2017) — Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen investigates the brutal murder of Charles Taylor with a prison phone interview with “Selfie Killer” Amanda Taylor, who reveals gruesome details about her father-in-law Charles Taylor’s killing. Taylor says that she doesn’t have any remorse for Charles’ death and says killing him felt like her “first roller-coaster ride because of all the nerves and feeling like freedom.” After stabbing Charles 31 times, Taylor snapped a selfie with his body, telling Crime Watch Daily, “I was just really excited and I was like, ‘Hey, I’m going to take a picture so I can post it and show everyone.’ It was just something, I, it made me really happy.” Taylor also shot her accomplice Sean Ball while they were on the run from police. She claims that she “wasn’t trying to kill him” when she shot him in the face, however. In a bizarre twist, Taylor also reveals her fascination with ISIS, but maintains that she was not trying to actively join them even though she reached out to suspected members on social media. “I was just very interested in it. Just the whole way they work and what they stand for,” she explains. Taylor is currently serving life in prison for first-degree murder, while Ball is serving a 60-year prison sentence that is suspended after 41 years after accepting a plea deal for first-degree murder.

For more, tune in to Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen on Thursday, May 18.

For the phone interview, watch here: Phone Interview

For interrogation video, watch here: Interrogation Video

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