"In March, a district attorney's inspector, posing undercover as a hit man, visited Nisbet in jail during a secretly recorded meeting, authorities said."
"The inspector described himself as a "mechanic and could fix a car for him and made a pistol-shooting motion with his hand," McCort wrote, noting that the term mechanic is often used to mean hit man or contract killer."
"Nisbet said that there were two "cars," one in Pleasanton and another in Santa Barbara, where one alleged victim attends college, authorities said."
"The inspector asked Nisbet for the name of the person in Santa Barbara, and Nisbet "mouthed" the name and said the "car" was 21 years old, McCort wrote."
( SF Gate news story: Web Link )
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