James Dailey maintains innocence in Shelly Boggio’s 1985 murder

In a prison interview with ABC News’ Matt Gutman, Dailey insisted he “had nothing to do with [Boggio’s] death whatsoever” but said he felt guilt: “I wish I could have done something to stop it.
0:25 | 10/21/20

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Did you murder showing Joseph I didn't I had nothing to do whether there whatsoever. And I felt guilt from. Absolutely. Biology feel guilty I do respect and then something disarmament. I didn't know clear she's record. I thought he was taking her home.

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