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At some point during the summer, and the trial resulted in a South Carolina father, was sentenced to death for the brutal murder of his five children, a public prosecutor, allegedly showed members of the jury, one of the dead children’s favorite puppets, which is tattered, it was torn up by his own father.
Rick Hubbard-the public prosecutor’s office, identified the pop as the iconic Woody from ” Toy Story.” The doll had been damaged by the boy’s father, Timothy Jones Jr., is to torture his son to Nahtahn, 6, according to prosecutors.
June 13: Timothy Jones, Jr. look around in the courtroom during the closing arguments of his trial in Lexington, S. C. (Tracy Glantz/The State via AP, Pool)
Mr. Hubbard passed to the pop, to the members of the jury, who flinched when the doll recognized the voice spoke out, “dude, I’m so happy to see you!”
South Carolina’s The State newspaper and in an in-depth profile of the psychological toll the murder trial in the Lexington County jury has– has reported that its members have said they hear the doll’s voice was like receiving a message from a 6-year-old, who loved the doll more than anything.”
The report said that an FBI agent who has played in a band in the way that Jones, 37, who killed all five of his children, apparently, were saved from the worst of the torture is to Nahtahn, of which he was made to do exercises, to fatal exhaustion in August of 2014.
In the course of the next couple of hours, Jones left the house to buy cigarettes, his eldest daughter, so that she wouldn’t be able to make a phone call for help, and just to the left of the other three children are with their father’s body. Then he made a decision, just as the jury was recalled, the prosecutor said.
“He has condemned his children to death,” Hubbard said.
In a confession, Jones said he strangled a 7-year-old Elijah, with his hands, and chased an 8-year-old Merah to their hair. Her last words were reportedly, “I love you, daddy.”
He used a belt to choke on a 2-year-old Gabriel and 1-year-old Abigail, because he said that his hands were too big.
That deserved death, not life, mr. Hubbard said.
The defense will focus on what Jones’ attorneys, from the so-called ‘ non-diagnosed cases of schizophrenia is exacerbated by drug and alcohol use. Members of the jury, last week, rejected their argument that Jones was not guilty due to insanity or of guilty but mentally ill.
During his closing argument, attorney Casey Secor; however, many of Jones ‘ much loved by his family, after all. His grandmother, father, and brothers and sisters, all the members of the jury are asked to spare his life.
“What’s more, the death in the family, Jones should have to go through? How many more funerals do this, have a family to go to? How many more tears have to be shed? How much more sadness to bear it.” Secor has said.
The witness was a tragedy. Members of the jury, told the newspaper that they can hear each other, “sobs through the walls in the process.
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Hubbard said, after the completion of the trial, and No mercy was shown to the children, but justice was done in this case.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report