Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Man Kills His 2 Beautiful Daughters In Revenge For His Ex-Wife Getting a New Man



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A father in Melbourne, Australia, Charles Amon Mihayo, 36, has pleaded guilty to murdering four-year-old Savannah and three-year-old Indianna on Easter Sunday.

According to police testimony in court, Mihayo had dressed the girls in ballerina dresses and filmed them dancing to 'Let It Go' from the movie Frozen before smothering them with a pillow, bathing and redressing them and then calling police.

The court heard that there was ongoing hostility between Mihayo and his ex-wife regarding access to the children, and he was filled with rage when he found out the girls' mother had a new partner, and killed the girls as revenge.

After the relationship broke down, Mihayo told a co-worker he had been thinking about ways to kill his ex-wife and get away with it but he would make sure his daughters were in a safe place.

Dailymail reports that four days before the girls he killed the beautiful little girls, he had Googled 'how can I kill my ex-wife',

His defence lawyer Mr Marsh said it wasn't premeditated. Mr Marsh said Mihayo indicated he decided to kill the girls while they were playing hide-and-seek, after dancing.

'That just happened, it just happened right then and there. Mr Mihayo instructs he was consumed by a particular thought, a particular idea, and made the decision to kill the children. He had indicated 'some particular horror' that his children would grow up not knowing their father, as he himself had done.

The murderous father had earlier told the police;

'I thought, well, if the kids are not there, they are not going to suffer the way I suffered, knowing their dad is somewhere but you never get to see him.'

This is just so sad! How can a father kill his kids and say he wanted them safe, for when he killed their mother? What kind of flawed relationships give rise to this kind of thinking? And it is the innocent children that often bear the brunt though they never asked to be brought into this world. God rest their soul. Amen.







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