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Investigators announced Saturday night that two people were being questioned in the killings of Byrd and Melanie Billings, who were found dead in their Beulah, Florida, home Thursday night. Sgt. Ted Roy, a spokesman for the Escambia County Sheriff's Office, told CNN that one person had been arrested Sunday afternoon.
Eight children found in the Billings home were unharmed and were being cared for by relatives at "an undisclosed location," Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said Saturday night. They range in age from infancy to 11 years, police said.
What gets me is supposedly these people knew that the cameras were rolling
It appears the suspects did not believe they were under surveillance, Morgan said. The system, which was not disabled, was a "gaping hole" in a well-executed crime, he said.
Why would someone risk their career over a safe filled with adoption papers and medication
PENSACOLA, Florida (CNN) -- A safe found in the home of a slain Florida couple known for adopting special-needs children contained about $100,000, a source familiar with the investigation told CNN late Tuesday
Additional documents released Monday from the Florida Department of Children and Families show a bizarre attempt by Byrd Billings to copyright the children's names and request money from the department for their use.
A department attorney, Katie George, told the Pensacola News-Journal that every time the agency sent Billings a letter referencing the children by name, he would reply with an invoice demanding millions in copyright infringement. In one document released by the department, he demands $10 million in silver or federal reserve notes of equal value.
I'm thinking a government sanctioned death squad for human slave trae of mentally challanged children for sexual purposes myself.