Why is a story about a Man killing his Wife and Daughter Sarkes Corner Worthy?
Well, it’s because his Wife was also his Daughter!
Oh my, see story below from the Associated Press. A man, Steven Pladl, killed his wife, who was also his daughter, and their 7-month-old son and then took his own life after she broke up with him.
Let’s see if Sarkes can get this straight.
We have a Wife who is also a Daughter and we have a Son who is also a Grandson.
Steven Pladl’s mother, who was the first victim’s Mother In Law and Grandmother, and the second victim’s Grandmother and Great Grandmother, called police to check on the Well Being of her Son, Daughter in Law, Granddaughter, Grandson, and Great Grandson.
Police found the entire family killed and were struggling to determine the relationship between the victims, much less how the crime unfolded. Neighbors reported hearing semi-automatic gun fire.
At first, Sarkes assumed that this tangled web of Incest and semi-automatic gun violence had taken place in Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, or any of the other Bright Red states with Heat Packing, Uneducated, Underemployed, Simple Rural White Folk, i.e., Trumps Base, where Incest is not only common but a birth right. Alas, Sarkes finds that this all took place in Connecticut, Connecticut! Who would have thought.
Sarkes can only speculate as to how Heat Packing, Uneducated, Underemployed, Simple Rural White Folk, i.e., Trumps Base, infiltrated Connecticut.
From the Associated Press:
NEW MILFORD, Conn. (AP) — A man killed his wife — who was also his daughter — and their 7-month-old son and then took his own life after she broke up with him, according to a 911 call.
Steven Pladl’s mother called police to say she’d had a disturbing call from him and to ask officers to check on the well-being of her infant grandson.
The mother told police Pladl said he’d killed his baby and his 20-year-old daughter and her adoptive father, who were shot in Connecticut. Pladl’s mother said he was upset because his daughter had broken up with him. The slain infant had been born of the relationship between Steven Pladl and his daughter Katie Pladl.
The 911 call came shortly after witnesses in rural western Connecticut reported hearing what sounded like semi-automatic gunfire Thursday morning. Inside a pickup truck with the window shot out police found the bodies of Katie Pladl and her adoptive father, 56-year-old Anthony Fusco.
Shawn Boyne, chief of police in New Milford, Connecticut.
Police said Steven Pladl later was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a minivan across the state line in Dover, New York.