A teenage murderer’s medical text messages to his girlfriend have emerged after he executed five family members – including three children.
Mason Sisk, 18, was sentenced to life in prison this week after being convicted by a jury of multiple murder charges in April.
The teenager was found guilty of shooting each of his five family members in the head at their Alabama home in 2019.
John Wayne Sisk, 38, Mary Sisk, 35, and three of their children – Grayson, six, Aurora, four, and Colson, six months – were all killed on September 2, 2019.
The victims were shot as they lay in bed.
Sisk initially claimed he was playing video games in the basement when he heard the shots and ran outside to see a car driving away.
He later confessed to investigators: “Yes, they argue a lot, and I was fed up with it.”
“And the children have been through a lot.”
He was charged with four counts of aggravated murder, one count of killing two or more people and one count of conduct.
Because he was 14 at the time the crimes were committed, Sisk was not considered for the death penalty.
On Thursday, after Sisk received his sentence, Limestone County District Attorney Brian CT Jones issued a tough statement.
“I’ve prosecuted a lot of people over the course of my career, and I can tell you that of all those people, only four out of five scare the hell out of me, and he’s at the top of my list,” Jones said.
“Mason Sisk is clearly one of the most dangerous people ever convicted in Limestone County.
“With this ruling today, Judge Wise has ensured that Mason Sisk will never endanger the safety and well-being of another child.”
“GOOD WITH A GUN”
The trial also revealed shocking messages that Sisk sent to his ex-girlfriend.
Lola Holladay was with Sisk when he committed the brutal murders.
The messages between the two were read out in court.
On February 2, 2021, Sisk texted Holladay: “I did it because I was held at gunpoint.”
Sisk also told Holladay that he wanted to become a hit man, according to a reporter from local CBS affiliate WHNT Dallas Parker.
Days later he texted again: “I’m good with a gun, I killed my family in less than four seconds. “All headshots.”
“LOST HIS MIND”
Holladay took the stand during the trial to reveal more about Sisk’s life.
“He told me that his birth mother used to lock him in the bathroom and then leave,” Holladay said WHEN.
“Then his father remarried.
“He was always playing with his siblings, dressing up with his sister and having tea parties,” she continued.
“He was afraid to hold the baby because it was so small.”
Holladay also said that Sisk warned her that if something bad happened, it would probably be John’s brother Lance.
“On the night of the murders he called me crying. “Hyperventilate,” Holladay said.
“I couldn’t understand him. I had to calm him down.”
“I never believed Mason did that. I thought he had lost his mind in prison because he was alone.
“I didn’t believe any of the messages he sent me from prison.”
Sisk is not eligible for parole.