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Ethan Crumbley’s chilling message to parents reveals he’s ‘scared of a demon in his house’ as diaries are read in court

ETHAN Crumbley’s chilling messages to his parents revealed that he was “frightened by a demon in his house” when his diary was read in court.

The parents of teenagers Jennifer and James Crumbley appeared in court on Friday, as they faced involuntary manslaughter charges for the November 30 shooting at Oxford High School that left four teenagers dead. lives and others were injured.

Jennifer and James Crumbley in court on Friday

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Jennifer and James Crumbley in court on FridayCredit: AP
Ethan Crumbley, 15, was also in court a short time before,

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Ethan Crumbley, 15, was also in court a short time before,Credit: AFP

Both the defense and the prosecution read quotes from Ethan’s magazine, which included entries about wanting to bomb a school, firearms, a demon, and Nazi symbols.

In repeated entries, Ethan writes about a demon or ghost inside his home; He also texted his mother about these concerns several times while he was home alone.

Prosecutor Marc Keast claimed Jennifer sometimes did not respond to Ethan’s texts for hours.

The teenager also included Nazi symbols along with grocery lists in his diary, which had pictures of guns on every page.

One of the entries read: “find where his father hid the gun.”

The Crumbleys’ attorneys argued this countered the prosecution’s assertion that weapons were freely accessible.

Prosecutors also claimed Ethan tortured animals and was making molotov cocktails at his parents’ home.

Ethan, 15, was also in court shortly before that, weeks after a judge rescheduled his first appearance in December because both the prosecution and the defense asked for more time to see Examine the mountain of evidence from the shooting.

The Crumbleys have been in jail since December 4 and have been unable to post their relationship.

They were accused of giving their son Ethan Crumbley access to a gun and refusing to send him home earlier that day when school counselors confronted them with drawings of appalling violence. sad.

Defense attorneys for the Crumbleys argued that they posed no risk to the flight and received threats after the attack.

However, the judge noted how they had drained their bank accounts and had phone burners after they arrived in another county and learned they had been charged a scheduled fee.

Officials tracked down the teenager parents in the basement in Bellevue Street, Detroit, Michigan, on December 4 after authorities launched a manhunt for the couple.

The parents are said to have run away after they were each charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.

Both James and Jennifer Crumbley plead not guilty for manslaughter during their first court appearance.

ETHAN WARNING RAM PAGE

Crumbley’s alleged rebellion began in the early afternoon of November 30, shortly after a meeting between him, his parents and a school counselor received a report of disturbing drawings made by a teenager.

A teacher discovered a banknote on her desk with a drawing of a pistol pointing to the words, “Thoughts won’t stop, help me,” prosecutors said.

It also appeared that James calls 911 40 minutes later his son allegedly shot and killed four people to report that a gun was missing from their home and that his son may have been the shooter.

Crumbley, a sophomore at Oxford High, was charged with one count of terrorism causing death and four counts of first-degree murder in a homicidal shooting. Hana St. Juliana, 14 years old, Madisyn Baldwin, 17 years old, Tate Myre, 16 and Justin Shilling, 17.

He also faces seven counts of assault with intent to kill and 12 counts of possession a gun when committing a felony.

Ethan's parents face involuntary manslaughter charges over November shootings at Oxford High School

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Ethan’s parents face involuntary manslaughter charges over November shootings at Oxford High SchoolCredit: AP
The parents are said to have run away after they were charged

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The parents are said to have run away after they were chargedCredit: AP
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