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Man who reportedly admitted to killing daughter won't fight extradition from Las Vegas

Man who reportedly admitted to killing daughter won't fight extradition from Las Vegas

Jason Quate, who police say admitted to killing his 6-year-old daughter in Illinois, faced a district court judge this morning, along with his wife Elizabeth. Prosecutors in Illinois have charged the man and woman with the concealment of a homicidal death.

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Both Quates choose to not fight extradition to Illinois. Elizabeth will be picked up within 30 days. Jason has pending local charges.

After being arrested in Las Vegas, LVMPD says Quate admitted to detectives that he murdered his daughter Alysha and hid her body. This comes despite him later denying it in a jailhouse interview.

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According to evidence compiled by police and forensic investigators in an arrest report, Quate may have also been sexually assaulting his two oldest daughters.

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