Parents Confronting Their Child's Killer...Jul 21, 2023
Now what's wrong with you? You are a sick person and I wish someone would tear you to pieces because that is what you deserve. This is Scott Schweikert in December 2003. Schweikert collaborated with prominent criminal Steven Lorenzo to end the lives of two men 26 years ago. Old Jason Galehouse and Michael Walkols, the two murderers lived in Tampa, Florida, and the crimes that these two committed or every parent's worst nightmare. Schweikert and Lorenzo left the Tampa nightclub with guests on two separate occasions, but
theirvictims did not live to see the next day. Lorenzo line sitting on the bed with Mr.
Gale lying on the bed tied to the bed by the ankles and with his hands he strangled Mr. Gale's house from behind, that strangulation is what killed him, his victims were drugged, actually assaulted and tortured before being murdered, but that's not all after the damage was done, they did atrocious things with the corpses of these innocent people in a trailer in
theirs in the driveway of the man's house. Mr. Lorenzo. Mr. Schweikert and Mr. Lorenzo went to breakfast, they went to Home Depot to buy supplies. The supplies they needed included contractor trash bags, large, heavy-duty trash bags.
They then returned to Mr. Lorenzo's house. Mr. Schweikert will tell you that they took Mr. Gale House's body to the garage where they dismembered it. The head and torso remained together, arm, arm, leg and In the first stage, the two men were charged with first-degree murder. Schweikert pleaded guilty to avoid the death sentence. Lorenzo was already serving time for a federal drug charge and would receive his sentence when he was released; However, in his statement he stated that he was a bondage teacher and that the victims had agreed to participate in a bondage video with him, but things quickly got out of control and they realized that the victims would call the police, so so they decided to kill them.
Lura's details about this case shocked the local community, especially Jason Galehouse's friends to tell you right now that I am sick to my stomach just having to see how upset he is. I had to sit through the court proceedings and listen to the cold, calculating way in which his friend was murdered during the trial. Jason's mother gave an emotional and angry statement to Victim Impact, she has been waiting for years to confront her son's
killers and it didn't stop me. I don't even have a gray body or a tombstone. I have the city dump with my son cornered like a hamburger.
Flesh on Earth Jason's mother may have wished that Jason's Killers would go to hell, but Isaiah Blue's mother was even more emotional. I can't help but feel sorry for you. You're too young to be here. You know you haven't just stolen from me. from those who love you too, you stole from yourself this is Mitchell Cevikis In January 2016, a Michigan teenager, Isaiah Blue, was shot and killed by 19-year-old Mitchell Cevikis, who was accompanied by his then-16-year-old brother year, Daniel Benavides benavidez, was in possession of a toy gun but participated in the robbery pleaded guilty to second degree murder and received a sentence of 20 to 40 years in prison savicus, who was 19 years old at the time of the crime, He was convicted of felony murder and sentenced to life in prison.
Civicus and Blue had crossed paths in a juvenile detention center and Cevikis admitted in court that he did not like Blue. Cevikis represented himself in court and claimed that he shot Blue. In self-defense CCTV footage and evidence gathered by police suggested otherwise During the trial the judge called Isaiah Blue's mother, Claressa Seton, to give a victim impact statement, amid tears and pain , faced his son's murderers. She called them two cowards with a gun who decided to play God. This is the heartbreaking moment Claressa Seton confronted her son's
killers. I can't help it. but I'm sorry that you are here so young, you know that you have not only stolen from me, but you have also stolen from those who love you, you also stole from yourself, he indicated that he had nothing to say when given the opportunity to speak, but Benavidez apologized. to Blue's family I apologize until I see Blue's mother, his friends and the rest of his son, thank you, I am not a good speaker or not, but these words that come from my heart showed remorse and we hope that the follow Seton's advice for his Well, you'd expect most of the Killers to be sorry like Mitchell Savicus, but then we meet Lucas Kendall when he came back to get away from you.
children while his bike was under the upper area. He was born on May 5, 1986. Kendall is now 37 years old. Kendall had been convicted of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. He was convicted of firing eight shots at two people, killing one and leaving the other paralyzed. According to Smathers, no threats were exchanged before Kendall opened fire. It was a normal day and they were doing his business when the shooting occurred, Kendall decided to represent himself during the trial, which was a risky move considering the seriousness of the charges during the trial. Kendall told the jury that the evidence was fabricated because he was white and his victims were African-American despite the judge's warning.
Kendall continued to speak claiming that he was arrested because of the shooting of George Zimmerman when all this did not work. Kendall decided to plead insanity and that's when Kiwan's father, Donald Byrd, lost control in an emotional rant, he insisted that Kendall is very sane and should be in prison, not a hospital, here's Donald on the verge of tears demanding Let justice be done, you don't need to be lying down, no, no, mental hospital, right? Who would accept that level of disrespect from someone who recently killed your son? He claims to be crazy. Donald was eventually escorted out of the courtroom to give him time to calm down.
The evidence against Kendall was strong. He was sentenced to life in prison with a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years for second-degree murder of a bird and 30 years for 25 years. Mandatory minimum term of one year for attempted second-degree murder of Smathers Donald Byrd may have lost him in court, but he still has a cool head compared to Randall Margraves, although in his case his
children did not have their lives taken, but these children lost something. as important as life itself, this is Randall margraves margraves is in a Michigan courtroom as the father of three daughters who were victims of former Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar Larry Nassar was a former USA Gymnastics doctor at the University Michigan State who was convicted of sexually assaulting more than 250 girls and young women under the guise of receiving medical treatment Nassar worked as a doctor for USA Gymnastics, including during four Olympic Games and at Michigan State University.
He was a faculty member and treated athletes from various sports teams. Nassar's abuse was exposed in 2016 by a joint investigation by the Indianapolis Star and USA Today Network. The investigation revealed that USA Gymnastics had ignored and covered up allegations of sexual abuse by coaches and staff for decades, including Nassar's abuse during Nassar's trial, two of his daughters gave Victim Impact statements. My mind immediately thought. about the time when I was 13, just a kid lying on a table at MSU and you put your ungloved hands all over my butt and slid your thumb into the most private area of my body and then, ungloved, Nassar accidentally touched in a place where there is no The man has something to do without permission.
Randall Margraves angrily requested Five Minutes Alone with Nassar, the judge refused and some people laughed. He then asked for just one minute and when they also rejected him he lost control. He would ask you as part. of the sentence to give me five minutes in a locked room with this demon I have the feeling that this is not how our no sir I can't could you give me a minute I know I can't do that that's not how our legal system pounced on him disgraced doctor, but court officers were able to stop him before he did any damage.
Nassar was arrested in 2016 and charged with several counts of sexual assault. He pleaded guilty to multiple counts of sexual assault and possession of child pornography. He was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison. Margrave's behavior could have constituted contempt of court, but it was understandable, even the judge indicated that Margrave's lunge was a decent attempt, but then there is Van Terry, this is Van Terry. Terry is in Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas. At the trial of Ohio serial killer Michael Madison, imagine being a father who had just lost his son in a senseless act of violence, that was the reality for Van Terry, whose 18-year-old daughter, Cerelda Terry, was strangled by Michael Madison.
This convicted serial killer was also murdered. Satisha Seeley, 28, and Angela Deskins, 38, as a grieving father. Terry had the opportunity to speak and express his grief during the sentencing hearing, but while he was at the podium expressing his grief, he looked back and noticed Madison smiling at him. him and that's when Terry lost control, he launched himself across the defendant's table, barely missing Madison's face and falling into the crowded gallery of the courtroom. The entire incident was caught on camera, the scene was chaotic and court officers had to quickly intervene to protect Madison from Terry's wrath. and restrain Terry Michael Madison, 38, seemed unfazed by the incident.
He was ultimately found guilty of three counts of sexually aggravated murder, kidnapping, non-consensual sexual intercourse and a couple of other crimes. He was sentenced to death. He is currently on death row. At Philakoff Correctional Institution, Terry's actions were unacceptable in court, but many people wished he had punched the killer and wiped the smile off his face. If you're one of those people, wait until you see what happened when Tony O Hughes got his hands on his son's killer, this is Tonio Hughes Hughes is in a Cincinnati courtroom for the DeSean Brown trial in 2020. The couple Hughes, Nitisha Latimore, 29, and their three-year-old son Nile were murdered, but while Nitisha's body was found near a bridge, Little Nile's body was not found.
Investigators suggest the body was thrown into the Ohio River. Suspect Deshawn Brown, 20, is accused of committing this heinous crime and has been declared fit to stand trial by the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office. Brown was Nitisha's ex. -boyfriend, had a history of assault and Nitisha had filed a no contact motion against her. Brown's attorneys filed a motion to exclude his client from facing the death penalty on the grounds that he is mentally ill, which under Ohio law could prevent him from receiving the death penalty. sentence of death penalty, the judge was not convinced and requested that an independent expert evaluate the defendant.
It was during the motion hearing that Hughes attacked Brown from behind and repeatedly punched him in the head and neck before court officers tackled him and restrained him. It's the moment Hughes allows Brown to feel some of his rage. Thank you. He was charged with contempt of court and sent to the Hamilton County Justice Center for seven days. He was released three days before his sentence was due, but doesn't he think he should be? applauded rather than punished if he thought these reactions were crazy, look at how some of the world's craziest killers refused to show remorse to the victims' families in court.
I'll tell you directly. I don't have an ounce of regret for choosing himself.
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