29 – Keith McMaskle
Keith McKaskle made no secret that he feared for his life, because he also had information about the Don Henry and Kevin Ives “Boys on the Track” murder case. Kevin Ives’ mother, Linda, testified that Keith bid his friends and family good-bye shortly before his murder.
Local reports at the time:
The night of elections in 1988, he took two pennies out of his pocket and threw them on the bar there at the Wagon Wheel and said “If Jim Steed (Saline County Sheriff) loses this election, my life isn’t worth two cents,” and he was murdered by stabbing that night – 113 stab wounds.
McKaskle died on November 10, 1988. COD 113 stab wounds. Pretty safe to say that was no suicide or accident.
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