Father Feeds Son To Pigs & Pleads Guilty To Killing Him

Published On April 3, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

So sad.

A Kansas man has now pled guilty in the death of his 7-year-old son after feeding his body to pigs.

Michael A. Jones, 46, pled guilty just this past Friday in Wyandotte County District Court to one count of first-degree murder in the death of his precious son, Adrian Jones, whose remains were found on the barn of the property that he and his wife rented, the Kansas City Star reported.

Judy Conway, the young boy’s grandmother, tells the newspaper that she’d been preparing herself to give a testimonial in the death of her grandson, however, was “relieved” to learn that Adrian’s father had already pled guilty.

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“It makes me pretty happy,” she told the newspaper. “I’m relieved that [Jones] and Heather [Jones] will hopefully be behind bars for the rest of their life. It won’t bring Adrian back, of course, but it makes me feel really good that neither one can hurt another child again.”

The child’s stepmother, Heather Jones, 31, pled guilty to first-degree murder, as well as child abuse, back in November of 2016. She has since been sentenced to life in prison, as well as an extra five years and eight months for her child abuse charge.

Chief District Attorney Sheryl Lidtke described the child as an energetic and curious little boy who “was cute as a button” and went on to say that he’d endured the worst abuse that she’d ever seen in all 30 years of her career as a prosecutor.

“He was horribly abused, neglected and ultimately killed,” Lidtke told the newspaper in November. “I’m sure his suffering was unbearable.”

Lidtke said Adrian’s cause of death was that he’d “essentially starved to death.”

The precious baby boy’s father is now facing life in prison and we are hopeful that he gets every ounce of that time.

Comment your thoughts and well-wishes to the grieving family of this precious baby boy.

 

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