Plea Deal in Acts Full Gospel Shooting



The monster who shot and killed his wife in front of Oakland's Acts Full Gospel church has agreed to plead guilty to second-degree murder and accept a 35 years to life sentence. In 2007, Matthew McCall confronted his wife Tanya as she walked to church services. In front of dozens of horrified parishioners, he shot her as she ran from him, then walked up to her body and methodically put two more bullets in her. There's no hole deep enough to keep him in.