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    In the days leading up to his death, George Nellessen, of Arlington Heights, told people that he feared his troubled 19-year-old son might kill him, authorities said Monday.

    His son, Mathew G. Nellessen, is charged in the slaying last week of the 55-year-old widowed tool-and-die maker. Cook County prosecutor Maria McCarthy said Monday that the son organized the plot, recruiting three young Chicago men also charged in the murder.

    At a hearing in Rolling Meadows branch court Monday, she recounted how Mathew Nellessen forced his father to make out a personal check to him for $100,000 just before he repeatedly hit him in the head with a baseball bat and then stabbed him with a kitchen knife.

    McCarthy asked Judge Kay Hanlon to hold Nellessen without bail following his arrest on murder and armed robbery charges in the slaying. George Nellessen's bloody body was found bound to a chair in the Nellessen home in the 1000 block of North Wilshire Lane on Thursday morning. Authorities said he had been dead since Tuesday afternoon.

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    Hopefully, the little menace will be given every opportunity to experience the advents of hell while he awaits his criminal trial - at the hands of Bruno the sadist - in lockup!
    Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence!

    [George Washington (1732 - 1799)]

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