30 July 2009

After Claiming Demons Made Her Kill, Mom Convicted Of Murdering Her Own Four Children

After secluding, starving, abusing, murdering, then living with the mumified bodies of her four children, Banita Jacks has finally been convicted of murder.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Frederick Weisberg found Jacks guilty on 11 counts, including four counts of cruelty to children, four counts of felony murder and three counts of first-degree, premeditated murder. Weisberg said he could not find Jacks guilty of first-degree, premeditated murder while armed in the death of Brittany because prosecutors could not prove that the knife found next to the 17-year-old’s dead body was the murder weapon.

Is there a special part of hell for this type of person?




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