Nancy Gonzalez Prison Guard: Will Cop Killer Ronell Wilson Avoid Execution Because Of Nancy Gonzalez Pregnancy?

By Staff Reporter on February 6, 2013 11:12 AM EST

Ronell Wilson
Ronell Wilson, convicted of killing two cops, impregnated a prison guard and now is awaiting a second penalty trial to see if he will get the death penalty or get life in prison. (Photo: Facebook)

Prison guard Nancy Gonzalez faces charges after she was impregnated by a convicted cop killer during his time prison.

Gonzalez, 29, was arrested Tuesday morning after a complaint was filed that accused the guard at the Metropolitan Detention Center of getting into a physical relationship with Ronell Wilson. She is now eight months pregnant with Wilson's child.

Wilson was sentenced to death for the murder of two undercover police officers in 2003. He is the first federal defendant to recieve a death sentence since 1954. The penalty was overturned and he is now awaiting a second penalty trial to decide whether he will spend the rest of his life in prison or once again receive the death penalty.

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In a weird twist, prisoners at the detention center were actually the ones who told law enforcement of the tryst between Gonzalez and Wilson. According to The Daily Mail, prisoners said they saw the two hugging and kissing in an activity room near Wilson's cell. Other inmates said they saw Gonzalez moving away from Wilson when Wilson's pants were down in his cell and that Gonzalez flirted with the cop killer constantly.

Court documents say that the relationship started in March of last year and went on through August. Over the course of three weekends, say prosecutors, Wilson and Gonzalez engaged in sexual intercourse with the sole purpose of getting Gonzalez pregnant.

She was recorded saying, "Why not give him a child as far as giving him some kind of hope."

Prosecutors are looking into whether Gonzalez carried on another relationship with another inmate at a different jail after her relationship with Wilson ended.

She allegedly told the other prisoner, "I took a chance because I was so vulnerable and wanted to be loved, and now I am carrying his child."

Wilson was moved to solitary confinement in August once the investigation into the relationship began. There is some chatter among the prosecutors that Gonzalez getting pregnant by Wilson was a way for Wilson not to receive the death penalty at the new sentencing he will soon face. Gonzalez's lawyer disputes the claim and says she has regrets about losing her career and having a child with a man who was convicted of killing two cops.

"I can't explain it. I know what's to come. I know what it is going to be said about me," Gonzalez allegedly said. "I know that for me as a parent, how am I going to explain to this little boy?"

Gonzalez is facing up to 15 years in jail if convicted of engaging in a sexual relationship with an inmate. She has been released on bail and she is required while out to undergo a physiological evaluation.

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