A Michigan Uber driver accused of murdering six strangers between fares pleaded guilty on Monday, shortly before jurors were set to be interviewed for his trial, according to the Associated Press.
Jason Dalton, 48, ignored his attorney's advice - triggering a mandatory sentence of life in prison with no chance for parole, in a surprise move that comes more than three years after the shootings which occurred over the course of a few hours in and around Kalamazoo.
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Jason Dalton, 48, is accused of shooting dead six people in three locations in Michigan's Kalamazoo area in February 2016 while he was picking up passengers for Uber.
Jason Dalton changes his plea on the eve of trial after blaming the app for the murders in 2016.