Child Molester Drinks Poison After Court Appearance
A retired Georgia Police officer tried to wipe himself out after hearing the words “Guilty” during a court appearance last week.
Kelless Twohearts Lory drank a “mystery liquid” in front of his judge and had to immediately be treated for poison according to The Daily Mail.
A retired Georgia police officer convicted of molesting a nine-year-old girl drank poison in court as the guilty verdict was announced, authorities said. Kelless Twohearts Lory, 58, of Stone Mountain, was treated for poison after he drank an unknown liquid from from an over-the-counter vitamin bottle in a DeKalb County Court on Thursday.
He had just been charged with two counts of aggravated child molestation and two counts of child molestation.
Lory was taken into custody following the sentencing and was transported to DeKalb Jail, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
It was at the jail that deputies learned that Lory had consumed a poisonous liquid and transported him to Grady Memorial Hospital.
This is what the creep was being prosecuted for…
Lory, who was arrested in December of 2014, faces two life sentences plus 40 years and will be sentenced at a later date.
He was found guilty of molesting the girl, who was a family member, between July 2011 and July 2012.
The victim, who testified at the trial, was nine years old when the abuse began.
Lory is a retired officer of the Chamblee Police Department. He previously worked for MARTA Police. He was retired when the abuse occurred.