Doctor Charged in Diabolical Hitman Plot May Change Plea

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The baby doctor accused of trying hire hitmen on the dark web to assault a former coworker and kidnap and torture his ex-wife may be trying to strike a deal with the government.

Court records show a change of plea hearing is scheduled for next Wednesday in the case of Dr. Ronald Ilg, a Spokane, Washington, neonatologist who allegedly put aside $50,000 to orchestrate a devious hit on his estranged spouse.

Ilg, 55, has pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted kidnapping, cyberstalking, witness tampering, and more. His attorney previously told The Daily Beast that any allegation that he had stalked or injured his ex-wife was “just frankly not true.”

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​ LinkedInThe baby doctor accused of trying hire hitmen on the dark web to assault a former coworker and kidnap and torture his ex-wife may be trying to strike a deal with the government.Court records show a change of plea hearing is scheduled for next Wednesday in the case of Dr. Ronald Ilg, a Spokane, Washington, neonatologist who allegedly put aside $50,000 to orchestrate a devious hit on his estranged spouse.Ilg, 55, has pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted kidnapping, cyberstalking, witness tampering, and more. His attorney previously told The Daily Beast that any allegation that he had stalked or injured his ex-wife was “just frankly not true.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here 

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