SHOCKER Miguel Mejia-Ramos: Killed his own daughters because he didn’t have a car seat


I heard this motive for murder and I was stunned.So I called a friend of mine on the phone and warned him for what I was about to tell him.After I said a guy killed his own daughters because he didn’t have a car seat the phone went dead for 2 minutes.My friend couldn’t process the information.I can’t either!

DNA Info NewYork reports a Jamaica man stabbed his young daughters to death because he didn’t have car seats to take them on the lam with him after killing their churchgoing mother, prosecutors said Friday.man

When asked by detectives why he killed his children, he said, “I was going to take them with me, but I didn’t have car seats,” prosecutor Michelle Kaszuba said during Miguel Mejia-Ramos‘ arraignment Friday in Queens criminal court on a slew of charges, including first-degree murder and weapon possession.

Handcuffed and wearing jeans and a black T-shirt beneath a black hooded sleeveless jacket, Mejia-Ramos, silently stared at the floor in the courtroom, filled with family members and reporters.man2

“Miguel was like a member of our family. We trusted him,” Evelinda Alvardo, Garcia’s aunt, said in Spanish before the hearing. She then looked at a photo of Garcia that she had stored in her cellphone and burst into tears.

Mejia-Ramos, 28, first fatally stabbed his wife Deisy Garcia, 21, in a fit of jealous rage before attacking their two daughters Yoselin Mejia, 1, and Daniela Mejia, 2, on Jan. 19 at their Sutphin Boulevard home, according to Queens DA Richard Brown’s office.

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Originally posted at The Last Tradition

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