In a horrific incident in Michigan, a man stabbed his stepmother to death 19 times, and then sent a curse on the judge while sentencing.
Kenny Van McBride, who murdered and beheaded 79-year-old Cecilia Gibson, was convicted of the crime after a two-hour jury hearing in June last year. He was charged with first-degree murder and mockery of a corpse when authorities discovered he had used the victim’s head with three different knives. WTO.
Investigators working on the case revealed that the culprit and the victim were living in the former father’s house in Temperance when they got involved in a heated argument. The victim was living to help care for his daughter, the offender’s stepmother, who had recently died of cancer, while the offender, who had separated from his father, had moved in just six weeks earlier. After an argument, the perpetrator hit the elderly woman with a ceramic piggy bank and a metal child gate.
He later beheaded Gibson, who was killed 19 times in the post-mortem. He drove the mutilated head into the house, opened the back door and threw it into the courtyard. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
The 45-year-old man insulted and challenged Judge Michael Weppert as he entered the courtroom on the Monroe County Circuit last week. “Did you think I was just leaving in peace?” he said.
Judge Weppert told McBride to wait outside before proceeding again. During the hearing, the victim’s son said, “This is a shock to all of us. It’s devastating. She was my mother and my daughter’s grandparents. She was not feeling well, but it was unnecessary to know what happened to her.” Although the sentence is not accepted in the capital, Michigan, I expect him to spend the rest of his life in trouble with hope, as the rest of us do. “
The judge concluded that the offender’s actions were “pure evil” and ruled that he should spend the rest of his life behind bars. According to court records, McBride was sentenced to life without parole and an additional 114 to 480 months in prison.
In a statement after the convict was sentenced to life in prison, Prosecutor Michael Rohrg said of his “horrific” crime, “It’s hard to imagine the hatred that led the defendant to commit such a heinous and horrific murder.” The jury’s decision was just that. “