Garland J Nelson Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Missouri Man Killing two Brothers Over Cattle Contract

Garland J Nelson Wiki – Garland J Nelson Bio


Nelson owed brothers Justin and Nick Diemel $250,000 for cattle, which they expected to recover when they visited.

A Northwest Missouri man, Garland J Nelson, has pleaded guilty to murdering two brothers, Justin Diemel, 24, and Nick Diemel, 35, over a cattle contract. Nelson previously pleaded not guilty but withdrew his plea. He was sentenced to two life terms behind bars on Friday, September 30, in Cass County. The brothers had traveled from Wisconsin to meet Nelson in Missouri but were reported missing by their father on July 21, 2019. The brothers’ last known location was a farm in Braymer, Caldwell County, Missouri.


Garland J Nelson’s age is unknown.

Charged & Arrested

Nelson was originally charged with two counts of first-degree murder, armed felonious action, tampering with a motor vehicle, abandonment of a dead body, and theft of a motor vehicle, according to KMBC News. Caldwell County Prosecutor Brady Kopek explained the sentence by saying that Nelson will serve those terms consecutively, meaning one after the other, and all other remaining charges will be dropped. At Friday’s plea hearing, Nelson confessed to shooting the two brothers, putting their bodies in barrels, burning them, and dumping the remains. One set of human remains was dumped in a large cow manure pile on his own farm, and the other set of remains was dumped in a bucket of mineral supplements that was tracked in Nebraska.

The Kansas City Star further revealed that after obtaining charging documents, the trio met on July 21, 2019, to discuss a “financial matter.” According to his father, Nelson owed the brothers $250,000 for cattle and they hoped to get that money. After a wrongful death lawsuit was filed, the brothers’ family settled for $2 million. The lawsuit also named Nelson’s business, J4S Enterprises, and his mother, Tomme Fei. Before the brothers’ murder, Nelson was on parole after a 17-month federal prison sentence for cattle and insurance fraud.

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KMBC News reports that Special Assistant District Attorney Stephen Sokoloff said:  “The matter has been pending for over three years and now it is finally over. I am hopeful that the Diemel family can now get back to their lives without this hanging over them.” “. I know no sentence will bring Nick and Justin back, but they can sleep knowing that Nelson will be behind bars for the rest of his life.” The US Sun reports Diemel’s remarks after first learning details of the crimes. The boys’ mother, Pam Diemel, said: “I’m sick to my stomach right now. Life is so empty without them here.” Nick Diemel’s wife, Lisa, read the last text message her husband sent her that said, “Goodnight, and I love you.” Lisa said, “Nick and Justin were having their dream of operating Diemel’s Livestock with his brother Brandon.

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