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Another JW Dad Kills Child?


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Is this yet another example of a JW Father killing his child?


Marie Mortera reporting

New details in murder of 12-year-old girl

Updated: March 13, 2008 08:09 PM

An account has been set up for Gloria Redman to help with funeral costs:

Silver State Credit Union

Account # 59907 - Attention: Gloria Redman

There are more disturbing details in the killing of a 12-year-old girl. A police report says nothing seemed wrong Wednesday when Gloria Redman stayed home from school, sick, under her father's care.

Her mother left for the store, the father stayed, watching a religious program on television. When she returned, her daughter was dead.

Maryann and Cyril Kasprick arrived Wednesday night to their space cordoned off by crime scene tape. They had no idea what they were coming home to. "Just something that never should've happened," Maryann said. Something they call unbelievable.

The police report starts about noon Wednesday, when William Redman told a 911 operator his daughter, 12-year-old Gloria Redman, was dead because that was "...the way Jehovah does things." He went on to tell the operator that he had a knife and that he "fell on her with it."

Police arrived at the Roadrunner RV park to find the father covered in blood in front of the home, the mother, Rosemary Redman, screaming, "What did you do to my baby?" Inside, their daughter was lying in a pool of blood, a knife lying under her chest and her neck deeply gashed.

According to the police report while first responders treated William for self-inflicted wounds he confessed.

Teachers at Harney Middle School remember the girl identified as Gloria as a quiet student. A crisis team was there Thursday to help those who knew her with grief.


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