Legal wrangling continues over what might be admitted in trial, but incriminating statements by the girlfriend of a St. Louis Blues hockey player accused of murder have been released. Prosecutors have entered into evidence statements Katie Wolfmeyer made to an FBI agent 10 hours after her arrest in April that indicate Mike Danton had been attempting to hire a hit man to kill his agent. Eight pages of statements by Wolfmeyer became public during a hearing Monday in federal court in East St. Louis. Wolfmeyer, a 19-year-old from Florissant, is accused of helping Danton hire a hit man to kill Danton’s agent, David Frost. Wolfmeyer and Danton are accused of planning an interstate murder-for-hire. Wolfmeyer’s lawyer has asked the judge to bar her statements from her trial, scheduled for September. He contends she wasn’t sufficiently aware of her rights.
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