Disabled Child Decapitated: Dad was tired of caring for him

Disabled Child: Dad was tired of caring for him

Pictured: Jori Lirette was murdered on August 12th, 2011 by his father who then left his severed head on the front-yard.

THIBODAUX, LA. – A Louisiana man murdered his disabled 7-year-old son by bludgeoning, decapitating and dismembering him on August 12th, 2011. He then left the boy’s head near the street so the child’s mother would see it — a killing that brought seasoned police officers to tears, authorities said on August 13th, 2011.

Jeremiah Lee Wright, 30, of Thibodaux waived his right to an attorney and confessed to killing Jori Lirette within 30 minutes of being brought to the police station. Wright was booked with first-degree murder and held in lieu of $5 million bond.

He was in isolation due to the severity of the crime commited.

After news broke out about the horiffic crime, flowers, balloons and stuffed animals were left outside the house where Jori died. “He was maybe the best thing that ever happened to me,” his mother, Jesslyn Lirette said.

A preliminary autopsy found the boy was bludgeoned, decapitated and dismembered. Whatever hit him caused “excessive bleeding in the head.” Wright told Investigators “that he’d gotten to the point where he was tired of taking care” of the boy, who had cerebral palsy and heart problems, needed a feeding tube, had limited speech and was in a wheelchair.”

Wright also told Investigators “He said when he put his head out by the side of the road it was so the mother would see it when she came by,” Silverii said. He said Wright’s only explanation for doing so was “just that he wanted her to feel stupid when she saw the head.”

Jori’s feet and one hand also were cut off, recovered with the body in several white plastic garbage bags. The slaying was the first in Thibodaux since 2008.

The boy was decapitated over the kitchen sink, which was sent to the Louisiana State Police crime lab along with a box of tools found nearby. Wright told investigators he began killing the boy about 30 minutes after Lirette had left Sunday to repair her pickup truck so she could take Jori to a doctor appointment later that week.

It wasn’t the first Police have been called to the house. Last month when the couple had an argument about money, neither person brought charges. Wright had been arrested a few times previously, though he was never charged with violent crimes. Wright served 10 days for theft in 2005.

Jesslyn Lirette and Jeremiah Wright had been together for 10 years, but according to Jesslyn, she had planned on leaving Wright for sometime. “I didn’t get out fast enough,” she said.

A friend of Jeremiah Wright, Mark Chatagnier, told a media that Wright was unemployed and that Lirette often left him to care for Jori, even when she was not working. “She would take off and totally expect Jerry to do everything,” Chatagnier said.

Lirette denied that. She said she cared for another disabled person to pay household bills and was still around to care for her son, who had been born three months premature, could say only a few words and weighed no more than 50 pounds when he died.

“He was my star. No matter what people think or say, he was always top priority in my life,” Lirette said through tears during a news conference. “I’ve done everything I can for him.”

When Lirette returned from fixing the truck, she found her home blocked by police tape.

When she identified herself,  they told her what happened. “These are experienced men. They came out of there in tears. Just absolutely in tears.”

Grief counselors from the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office also spent time with Jesslyn.

South Thibodaux Elementary School, where Jori was a second-grader, was “a very somber place” Monday, Aug 13th, 2011, the day after Jori was murdered. Counselors were on hand there and at other schools where people knew Jori, he said. The school has 560 students, including 84 second-graders and 18 in special education across all grades.

Jori had attended South Thibodaux since pre-kindergarten, principal Diane Smith said. “Everyone loved him. Even though he could not express in words his feelings to us, he did it with his smile,” she said.

Lirette, who began her statement with a plea for privacy, ended with a message to her son:

“In Heaven I believe you’re a beautiful star and you will always shine bright inside my heart, inside everybody’s heart. If I could go back and change yesterday, I would. But I can’t.

“You will be missed and loved by everyone and we will pray every day in your honor. Love you, Mom.”

_____

Facebook page honoring the memory of Jori Lirette was set-up – http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Jori-lirette-week/221833661200078

Woman killed, decapitated rapist who impregnated her

A pregnant woman killed her rapist and left his severed head in the town of Yalvac (Pictured.)

Yalvac, Turkey ↔ The twenty-six year old, mother of two, who’s name has not been released to the public, was five months pregnant with a man who raped her numerous times in a course of a few months. The man would black-mail her, threatening to take naked photo’s of the woman and show them to her parents unless she continued sleeping with him.

She finally had enough and took revenge.

The woman spotted the man in her village in Turkey. She shot her attacker ten times. A few of the bullets were aimed at his private-parts. She then decapitated the man.

The woman then threw his severed head in the square of her local village, saying ”That is the head of the one who toyed with my honour.”

Police arrested her shortly after and according to daily mail, the woman is demanding authorities to let her have an abortion, even though she is well past the ten week limit allowed for terminations in Turkey.

The woman said she was prepared to die as long as she is allowed to go ahead with the abortion.

According to the woman, the rapist continued to taunt her, saying he was going to tell everyone about the rape. She was mortified and scared that her children would get ridiculed .

”My daughter starts school this year, everyone would have insulted her, now no-one can, I saved her honour.” She said.

”They will now call children the kids of the woman who saved her honour.”

Seventeen Beheaded Yesterday For Taking Part In Music Festival

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  • Village in Musa Qala district of Helmand Province said to be completely under the control of  insurgents
  • Under Taliban law  all music is banned except certain types of religious songs and pro-Taliban  chants
  • Separate ‘insider attack’  sees 10 Afghan soldiers and two Nato troops shot dead on the same day
  • Beheading were commited in Southern Afghanistan yesterday, August 26th, 2012
  • Seventeen people including two woman beheaded.

Published August 27th, 2012 by Dailymail