Brockton mother killed children during 'ritual incident,' prosecutor says in court

"This was a gruesome and disturbing and most of all heartbreaking crime".

The horrific deaths of Latarsha Sanders' two sons, ages 5 and 8, were detailed in Brockton District Court.

She had never been diagnosed with a mental illness, but her mother Earline told police her daughter is "mentally unstable and crazy" was obsessed with the 'Illuminati, ' spied on neighbors using a baby monitor, and refused to get help for what the mother considered a major mental illness, according to the Globe. Authorities rushed to a third-floor apartment at 247 Prospect St. and found the boys.

'All crime scenes are grisly.

A prosecutor said Sanders denied killing her children, but human blood was found on her hands, The Enterprise reports.

Plymouth District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz told reporters that Sanders' interview with police was "disjointed" but said investigators are not aware of Sanders having a history of mental illness. The boys were last seen by their grandmother on Saturday, prosecutors said. "They don't really have company". Officials say that Sanders made statements to investigators that can be construed as admissions.

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"She said she had stabbed him because she had "failed" in the ritual with Marlon", Kenny said, according to The Boston Herald. I heard the news and it just broke my heart.

Police say Sanders stabbed her two sons before putting them in separate beds and covering them with sheets.

"We're all left wondering how, why did this happen?"

The boys' bodies were discovered in their Brockton apartment on Monday after Sanders asked a neighbor to call 911 because she was having a medical issue.

A spokeswoman for the Department of Children and Families declined to comment on whether the agency had a history with Sanders, citing privacy concerns.


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