Murder trial involving love triangle with motorcycle gang head, pharma exec continues

Jim Melwert
January 25, 2019 - 2:19 pm
A Bucks County woman is on trial for a love triangle murder involving the leader of a motorcycle gang and a pharmaceutical company executive.

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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (KYW Newsradio) — A Bucks County woman is on trial for a love triangle murder involving the leader of a motorcycle gang and a pharmaceutical company executive. 

Jurors heard from people who were in Bucks County jail with Jennifer Morrisey.

A former cellmate says Morrisey asked her about how a murder could be self-defense, initially saying her friend killed her sugar daddy in self-defense. But, she says, Morrisey quickly admitted she was that friend.

The woman testified Morrisey told her the victim, Michael McNew, took care of her, buying her anything she wanted.

But she said they got in an argument because he wanted to see more of her and wanted her to stop dating the leader of the Breed motorcycle gang, Charles Kulow, known as “Ruthless”. 

Her cellmate testified that Morrisey said when she got to McNew’s house, McNew was sitting in a chair with a gun. When they fought over the gun, it went off and hit McNew right between the eyes.  

She says Morrisey told her she couldn’t call police because she was a felon and they would never believe her. 

And, she says, after talking with Kulow, she went back to the home to try to stage a bad robbery.

The inmate says she never saw Morrisey upset, except once when there was conversation her dog might be put down.