April 24, 2024

USA: Grandmother, Boyfriend, 3 Others Killed Mother And Court Approved Supervisor On Their Way For A Supervised Visit With Her Children Over Bitter Child Custody Battle On March 30th.

Okaaay... now they are emphasizing not only that this group are anti government members of a religious Christian cult. But now on top of that they are "sovereign citizens" that believe the State doesn't have any rights to their children. What else can the FBI throw in for added measure? My goodness. (emphasis mine)
NewsNation published April 24, 2024: Fifth person arrested in Kansas moms killings. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation made a fifth arrest Wednesday in connection to the killings of two Kansas mothers. NewsNation's Brian Entin also reports that the women were not killed by gunfire.

The 2 moms were reported missing on March 30, 2024 and their bodies were found buried on suspect's rural property on April 14, 2024. The media keeps focusing their attention that the murderers were in a Christian cult and were very anti-government. The last video I shared below is a NewsNation innterview with the leader of so-called Christian cult, "God's Misfits" who disavowed the suspects and condemn what they did. But that doesn't matter to the media because they keep hammering key words "christian cult" and "anti-government". The anger arising from this horrific murder stemmed from a contentious child custody battle. This had nothing to do with the christianity or a cult and not even anti-government. This gruesome murder is a result of the grandmother being filled with so much hatred toward the mother of her son's children. (emphasis mine)
12 News published April 22, 2024: Factfinder Investigates The case of two missing Kansas women. The case of two missing Kansas women is finally getting answers now with four suspects in custody.
KOCO 5 News published Apr 15, 2024: OSBI to give more details about investigation into 2 missing Kansas women following 4 arrests.
NewsNation published April 15, 2024: Missing Kansas moms: 4 suspects arrested, 2 bodies found in Oklahoma. Oklahoma police were unable to publicly confirm the identity of two bodies recovered in rural Texas County on Sunday amid a search for two Kansas women who disappeared late last month. It is still unknown whether the remains are those of Veronica Butler, 27, and Jilian Kelley, 39. NewsNation's "Banfield" breaks down the details.

Fox News
written by Christina Coulter
Tuesday April 23, 2024

Grandmother Tifany Adams searched 'taser pain level' and purchased five tasers in the days before Veronica Butler and Jilian Kelley's disappearance, police say.

A grandmother accused of killing two Kansas women amid a child custody battle searched "taser pain level" and other phrases that give insight into the women's horrific deaths, court documents reveal.

Grandmother Tifany Machel Adams, 54, her boyfriend, Tad Bert Cullum, and married couple Cole and Cora Twombly all face two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of kidnapping and one count of conspiracy to commit murder in the deaths of 27-year-old mother Veronica Butler and visitation supervisor Jilian Kelley, a 38-year-old preacher's wife who was also a mother.

The four belonged to a religiously affiliated anti-government group called "God's Misfits," Fox News Digital previously reported.

Their motive, investigators say, was to get custody of Butler's two children. Wrangler Rickman, Adams' son, had custody of the children but was confirmed to be in an Oklahoma rehab facility when the women disappeared. Butler was allowed supervised visitation with her children every Saturday and was likely to be granted unsupervised visitation during an upcoming hearing, per court documents.

Butler and Kelley were last seen alive on March 30 as they set off from Hugoton, Kansas, to a court-supervised visit with Butler's two children in Oklahoma.

When the pair never brought Butler's daughter to a birthday party as planned, Butler's family set off to look for the two women.

They found Butler's car on the border between Kansas and Oklahoma with "evidence in and around the vehicle that indicated a severe injury," including blood on the road and Butler's glasses on the ground near a broken hammer.

A pistol magazine was found in Kelley's purse at the scene, investigators wrote, but the pistol was nowhere to be found, according to a probable cause affidavit obtained by Fox News Digital.

Interviews with the Twombly's 16-year-old and a review of Adams' phone and data from three burner phones led investigators to find the women's bodies on April 14 in a cow pasture leased by Cullum, court documents show.

Adams told police that Butler and Rickman's children were staying the night with family friends on March 29 and that Butler had canceled her visitation with the children on the morning of March 30. But Butler's phone records indicated that although she did call Adams, she was in the process of picking up Kelley for the visit. Kelley was Butler's preferred supervisor for visitations, investigators wrote.

Rickman's grandmother, Debi Knox-Davis, reported to police that the father of the children told her their family wouldn't have to worry about their custody battle with Butler for much longer, per court documents. He told her Adams "knew the path the judge walked to work," she told police, and that they planned to "take out Veronica at drop off (sic)."

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) obtained a warrant to search Adams' phone on April 1. Searches performed on the device allegedly included "taser pain level," gun shops, prepaid cellular phones and "how to get someone out of [your] house."

A search of local gun shops later showed that Adams had purchased five stun guns on March 23.

On April 3, the Twombly couple's daughter reportedly told police that she was told her parents, Adams and Cullum were responsible for Butler and Kelley's deaths. Adams had provided the other three with burner phones, she said, so they could communicate discreetly about their plans.

Before the women were last seen on March 30, the 16-year-old reportedly said she'd overheard conversations between the four suspects about how "Butler [was] not protecting her children from her brother ... in reference to a sexual abuse allegation."

The 16-year-old said her parents told her they would "not have to worry about [Butler] again" and that the two may have been placed in a well, per court documents.

"[The 16-year-old] asked why [Kelley] had to die and was told by Cora that [Kelley] wasn't innocent either, as she had supported Butler," investigators wrote.

The group's plan was initially to "throw an anvil through Butler's windshield while driving, making it look like an accident because anvils regularly fall off work vehicles," Cora allegedly told the 16-year-old.

The minor reportedly named a fifth party who was involved in planning the women's deaths but who has yet to be arrested.

OSBI investigators found records that Adams had purchased the three prepaid cellphones. Tracing the previous locations of the phones led detectives to "fresh dirt work" covered with hay, where the women's bodies were found, according to authorities.

Although the women's bodies and causes of death are pending a medical examiner's report, OSBI said, there is "no chance" Butler and Kelley are still alive.

"This case is tragic," OSBI spokesperson Hunter McKee told KFDA. "You have two people who are dead and four people who committed an absolutely brutal crime."

NewsNation published Apr 16, 2024: Judge forced to resign after NewsNation interview about Kansas mom murder. In an exclusive interview with NewsNation, a friend of one of the suspects charged with the murder of the missing Kansas moms said he was shocked by the killings. Vincent Forbes, a local municipal court judge who says he’s a friend of suspect Tad Cullum, 43, expressed disbelief at the unfolding events. NewsNation national correspondent Brian Entin tells NewsNation's Ashleigh Banfield that since speaking out, Forbes has now been forced to resign.
NewsNation pubilshed April 17, 2024: 'We don't like it': Judge speaks out about firing after interview about Kansas moms. A friend of one of the suspects charged with the murder of the slain Kansas moms has been forced to resign since telling NewsNation he was shocked by the killings. Vincent Forbes, a local municipal court judge who says he’s a friend of suspect Tad Cullum, revealed that he had been in regular contact with Cullum and was even present at the residence during the police raid.
NewsNation published April 19, 2024: ‘God’s Misfits’ group disavows suspects in killing of Kansas moms. The leader of “God’s Misfits,” who goes by the name Squirrel, says the suspects involved in the killing of two Kansas moms do not share the same God as him. "Not my God. ... He's serving a different God because the God that I serve condemns such hate. He's serving Satan," Squirrel said during an exclusive interview on NewsNation's "Banfield."

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