Man who killed convicted sex offender sentenced to prison

OMAHA, Neb. -- An Omaha man will spend decades behind bars for the killing of a convicted sex offender.

James Fairbanks, who pleaded no contest to second-degree murder in the killing of convicted sex offender Mattieo Condoluci last year, was sentenced to 40-to-70 years in prison on Wednesday.

Last year, Condoluci was found dead inside his home near 43rd and Pinkney Streets in Omaha.

Fairbanks sent an anonymous email to the media and later admitted he was the one who stent the letter and detailed why he killed Condoluci.

It said he was looking for an apartment in the area, knew of Condoluci’s past and saw him staring at children.

The letter stated he’d seen the impact abuse has on kids and couldn’t let Condoluci victimize anyone else.