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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Black Man Beheads 5 Year Old

AAPP: What the hell is gone wrong in America. What is going on in the black community? No I'm not reading that a Massachusetts man beheads 5-year-old sister, fatally stabs 2nd sister, is shot dead while hunting 3rd. You have to be kidding me right? How can we address this in the future?

Gabby Morelus, 8, left, her brother Alex Beauzile, 9, center, and her mother Genie Morelus, walk away from the scene of a double murder in the house at left in Milton, Mass. on Sunday, March 29, 2009. Gabby came to leave a balloon for her friend Sarafina Revelus who was injured in the attack, but was asked to return after the police tape has been taken down. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer) (Michael Dwyer, AP / March 29, 2009)


MILTON, Mass. (AP) — A man on a rampage fatally stabbed his 17-year-old sister, decapitated his 5-year-old sister in front of a police officer and then turned toward his 9-year-old sister with a knife in his hand before officers shot him dead in what their chief described as "a killing field."

There was no clear motive for the events that unfolded Saturday, the day after the 5-year-old's birthday, in a tony Boston suburb that also is home to Gov. Deval Patrick. But there was no doubt at the carnage wrought by 23-year-old Kerby Revelus against his sisters in the two-family home they shared with their parents and grandmother.

Five-year-old Bianca was killed as a cake for her birthday, which investigators believe was Friday, sat on the kitchen table. Nine-year-old Sarafina dialed 911 and watched police shoot her brother as her elder sister, 17-year-old Samantha, lay dead on the floor.

Sarafina was hospitalized Sunday with defensive wounds to her hands and stab wounds in her abdomen and one of her legs, police said.
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