Defense attorney expects 'the government's own evidence will acquit Kaitlin Armstrong...she will be found not guilty' in Moriah Wilson murder case

In a two-hour NBC Dateline special, attorney Rick Cofer alludes to evidence that may exonerate Armstrong

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Kaitlin Armstrong, who stands accused of the first-degree murder of beloved pro cyclist Moriah 'Mo' Wilson will be found not guilty, expects defense attorney Rick Cofer.

Cofer appeared on NBC's two-hour Dateline special on September 16, stating that he not only expects his client to be found not guilty of murder, he expects it will be the government's own evidence that will acquit her.

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