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Two first-degree murder charges filed in case of missing 7-year-old in Kansas.


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Subject: Two first-degree murder charges filed in case of missing 7-year-old
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Good fucking God! Don't even bother with a trial for these two
Obama voting pieces of shit. Cut their hands and feet off, toss
them to the hogs. Televise it.

Wigger Heather Jones below:

Nigger Michael Jones next:


First-degree murder charges were filed Friday against the father
and stepmother of a missing 7-year-old Kansas City, Kansas, boy
referred to by authorities as A.J.

Heather Jones, 29, was booked into jail early Thursday and
charged Friday with murder and child abuse in the case. Her bond
was set at $5 million.

Michael A. Jones, 44, was arrested last month and charged with
child abuse, aggravated assault and aggravated battery. A charge
of murder was added Friday. His bond remains at $10 million.

Human remains were discovered on Thanksgiving in a barn on
property where the family lived in rural Kansas City.

A relative of Heather Jones said she told him the boy�s body had
been fed to pigs on the property.

The announcement of murder charges by the Wyandotte County,
Kansas, District Attorney�s office said they were in connection
with the death of a child �believed to be A.J.� When asked if
that meant the remains had not been positively identified yet, a
spokesman for the district attorney�s office would not comment.

The spokesman also would not elaborate on the charges or what
investigators believe happened to the boy.

District Attorney Jerome Gorman previously has characterized the
alleged crime scene as �one of the worst things� that police
investigators had seen. The $10 million bond was the highest
Gorman had known or asked for in 34 years as a prosecutor.

The case began when police were called to the Jones residence
late the morning before Thanksgiving to investigate a reported
armed disturbance. At that time, they learned of a 7-year-old
boy who had been missing for an extended period of time. A
search warrant the next day led to the remains.

The original charges against Michael A. Jones alleged child
abuse in the period from May 1 to Sept. 28. The assault and
battery charges against him allege Heather Jones was the victim.

The father of Heather Jones told The Kansas City Star that his
daughter calmly called him on Thanksgiving.

�She told me that Mike killed the little boy and it would be all
over the news,� the father said. �He fed him to the pigs, is all
she said. ... She just told me it was going to be all over the
news, and that�s the last time we talked.�

Six girls who were living at the Jones home, ranging in age from
younger than 2 years to 10, were placed in protective custody
before Heather Jones was arrested.

Heather Jones is scheduled to make a first appearance in
Wyandotte County District Court on Monday.

Matt Campbell: 816-234-4902, @MattCampbellKC

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