Boston, Jul 22: A 42-year-old Douglas Tobar from Texas pleads guilty to hired men in the murder case of an Indian Couple in Michigan 2008.
The man admitted his mistakes before the Chief United States of District Judge Gerald Rosen. As Tobar co-operates in the case, the judge might spare from death penalty or life imprisonment.
Now the government is requesting 20 years imprisonment for him under the terms of the plea agreement.
According to the information , Tobar and co-defendant 63-year-old Indian-origin Narayan Thadani had arranged for Miguel Servando and Nelson Mendoza to travel from Texas to Michigan and murder Aasha and Brij Chhadbra.
Servando and Mendoza were later arrested by the police and the investigation had revealed a diagram and address of a Michigan home and copy of a passport picture of a woman.
Brij and Asha Chhabra were killed in their house. Thadani had pleaded guilty for murdering the couple so he will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Thadani and Tobar are currently in the custody of the United States Marshals Service. Whereas Servando and Mendoza were charged with first degree murder and both are serving life sentences.