Army medic accused of conspiring with lover to kill wife
HONOLULU — An Army medic has pleaded not guilty to
charges he conspired with his lover to kill his wife in their
Honolulu home and make it look like a burglary.
The FBI arrested Sgt. Michael Walker on Wednesday, after a
federal grand jury indicted him for murder in last year’s
stabbing death of his wife, Catherine Walker. She was found
dead last November in the home she shared with her husband
at Aliamanu Military Reservation.
The indictment includes excerpts from text messages and
emails he allegedly sent to Ailsa Jackson about his desire to get
rid of his wife.
“I want you so bad!!!” was one text message on Oct. 12, 2014.
“If only someone was out of the way!”