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Mom Accused Of Killing Children Offered Bizarre Excuse

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Tiffanie Lucas, a Kentucky mother, is accused of fatally shooting her two young boys.

Lucas referred to the incident as an “accident” during a conversation with the detective, giving an absurd excuse for the crime.

She said the crime was due to her feeling manipulated through Facebook and Wi-Fi. (Trending: Judge Issue Major Ruling On Transgender Procedures For Kids)

“I asked Ms. Lucas if she meant to hurt her children,” Bullitt County Det. Richard Beahl testified. “She indicated that it was an accident.”

“I’m in such a bad spot,” “I’m so stupid,” and “I would never do anything like this unless someone manipulated me,” Lucas said.

She then “made statements that she was being manipulated through Facebook, through the internet or through Wi-Fi — through Facebook and through her Wi-Fi — being manipulated into doing what she did,” Beahl stated.

The case has been sent to a grand jury for indictment and Lucas is being held on a $2 million bond.

After the murders, Lucas ran outside and collapsed in a neighbor’s driveway.

“We wanted them. We would have taken them with open arms. We loved them so much,” said an adult brother to the victims.

“I should have done more. If it came to me snatching the boys out of the house, I should have, and I will hold that on my back for the rest of my life — for both them boys.”

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