Father Sleeps With Son’s Girlfriend And Is Beaten To Death By His Children
A father in Omaha who made the decision to begin an affair with his son’s girlfriend paid a high price when his children and their mother found out about it and beat him to death.
via Huffington Post
The shocking story of a father who was murdered by his own children in Omaha, Nebraska was explored on the latest “Sins & Secrets.” Through reenactments, the show told the horrible story of the Carson family and the Elkhorn Eight. Ultimately, eight people were charged with involvement in the beating death of Brian Carson.
Brian’s teenage son Ryan plotted with his sister and mother — as well as friends — to kill his father. Brian had begun a romantic relationship with Ryan’s girlfriend and was living with her.
Authorities believed this to be Ryan’s motive for patricide.
According to the show, Ryan’s mother agreed to let the kids use her house to kill her husband — as long as they didn’t make a mess. Ryan and his friends beat Brian to death with a fire poker, a pipe wrench and a shovel, then put the body in a trunk.
In the end, everyone pleaded guilty to their involvement in Carson’s death, and received sentences ranging up to 80 years in prison. Ryan’s mother Teresa was sentenced to 18-20 years.
This is just an all around big azz mess. You have the father sleeping with the son’s girl, and and then you have scorned mother who encourages her children to carry out this craziness….and she gets a lesser sentence than her kids.
Talk about some aint isht parents!
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