Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

USA killer's 'graphic Facebook confession' of double murder

USA killer's 'graphic Facebook confession' of double murder

Casey Lawhorn, 23, shot his mother, Vi Lawhorn, and a friend of his in the head some time before 5:30 a.m., according to East Ridge Police.

An hour after the post, Jasper County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi, wrote on its Facebook page that Casey's vehicle had been found - but he is still missing.

Although Lawhorn's Facebook confession no longer appears on his profile, people have taken screenshots and it continues to circulate online. Lawhorn also described struggling with college and contemplating suicide in the post.

According to officials, Lawhorn called police and reported the deaths.

He told his Facebook followers that he meant to end his own life after the double shooting in East Ridge, Tennessee at 5am local time on Sunday.

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Allen confirmed that a man believed to be Lawhorn called in a tip directing police to the incident before telling dispatchers that he was "going to a location...to find a secluded spot to kill himself", Allen said. I'm sorry to him more than anyone.

Lawhorn wrote that he "rapidly" fired two shots at his mother "but I missed anything vital since there weren't any lights on in her room".

He then shot his mum, but she did not expire immediately, according to the articles.

"She started screaming the worst scream I've ever heard". He said his mother was too drunk to realize what was happening until he actually shot her.

After failing to (allegedly) kill her twice - at first, the gun jammed and secondly, he missed - he finally succeeded. "Movies really don't do justice to how true terror sounds", the post continued. "If I would get the death penalty, then I should definitely kill myself, otherwise I'm just wasting tax dollars on lengthy legal processes". "I didn't hurt our dog or cat, in case anyone was wondering about the animals", he wrote.

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Casey Lawhorn was last spotted in Dade County, Georgia driving a gold 2002 Ford Taurus with Tennessee plate number W0327L. "He will probably need a lot of help getting through this, and if you think you are helping him just by talking to the sky, you're f*cking wrong". That said, I don't want or need forgiveness from anyone.

"Nothing happens after death, but if there is a hell, I'm going to be in the lake of ice at the bottom", he said, referencing Dante's Inferno.

"However, as I sit here in MS, writing this on the side of I-59 south after my vehicle broke down, what I look forward to is the nothingness after death".

"I've spent a lot of time thinking about murder, wondering what it feels like".

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