Maryland Mom Charged With Murdering Children In Attempted ‘Exorcism’

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Exorcism is a ritual aimed at defeating purported evil spirits or demons. Authorities did not provide details on why they suspected exorcism.

“Investigators have learned that the two defendants believed that they were performing an exorcism. The investigation into this motive and other aspects of the crime continue at this point,” police said.

Police said they found the four children Friday morning after a neighbor called 911 to report suspicious activity at the home. The neighbor reported seeing a car with a door open and a knife next to it.

Exorcism is a ritual aimed at defeating purported evil spirits or demons. Authorities did not provide details on why they suspected exorcism.

“Investigators have learned that the two defendants believed that they were performing an exorcism. The investigation into this motive and other aspects of the crime continue at this point,” police said.

Both women are being held without bail.

Read more at CNN.

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7 thoughts on “Maryland Mom Charged With Murdering Children In Attempted ‘Exorcism’

  1. For those of you posting on this subject if you knew how to read, the newspaper shows the two people that killed the children are both BLACK and UGLY just like your comments on here.

  2. Sad story, I bet the other woman helping her is white this is the type of demonic things they do. If there were no white people on earth the world would be peaceful. The truth hurts.

  3. That damn mental health is still a problem… get your dental check-ups folks- gum disease is often the culprit. The associated infections can leach up and rot the brain. Now, you niggas won’t believe me, therefore I invite you to research the topic for yourselves. Do it now.

  4. Had a white been involved we could be outraged, however, it’s just black on black crime. Move along Peeps. Happy MLK Day.
    Holla’ at the Scholar

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