Seriously, what in the world is going on? A boy stabbed his sister because he wasn’t getting more attention as she was getting? What? Read that again. A 13-year old boy took some form of ‘less loved sibling’ revenge from her mother, and what did he do? He stabbed her sister, who was 4-years old.
According to the police official report, the boy became jealous of the extra care that her small sister was getting from her mother. This came to him as some form of disregard, and a feeling of eradication from the family started developing inside him. He felt loneliness inside his own home. He started developing a sense to argue and fight for everything around the house. This form of his psychopath started increasing its level as days have gone by. According to the reports, he stabbed in a total of 17 times in her sister’s body.
This Boy named Paris Bennett Is Ruthless.
Paris Bennett seemed to have no form of building guilt inside of him. He is getting interrogated by the Criminal Behaviour Specialists under camera supervision. He stated in the close interpretation report, “And one of the reasons why I chose to kill my sister and not someone else is because I knew by doing that I could hurt my mother in the worst possible way, because I had always known that the most devastating thing to my mother would be the loss of one of her children. I found a way to take away both her children in one fell swoop. It wasn’t like I was crafting a plan to rob a bank, where I knew at this time I would do this. A deeper, darker part of me knew what I was going to do.”
Paris seemed to have lost control over his hands while he was doing. He also stated that at first, he wanted to stop at initial but when he got a hold of it, he then started to lost his senses over time. He wanted to see their mother in pain and nothing else.
The Mother Have No Hard Feelings For Paris.
Currently, Bennett is serving a 40-year jail term. It is the maximum sentence period available for a juvenile in Texas City. Now at the age of 25, he is up for parole in a few years. The mother is having no form of disregard for her son. She regularly visits him in the Ferguson Unit Texas State Prison. His mother, Charity now has a 6-year old son Phoenix. She still has a rear fear of some danger when Paris will be out. She is still unsettled for the final statement whether his child is a threat to them or not while he says he isn’t they think the opposite.