When two children of Mitchelle Blair of Detroit was found stuffed in a freezer in her living room last March, investigators weren’t sure what to think.
The gruesome discovery of the bodies had been quite accidental and happened as a bailiff was responding to an eviction call.
Blair was later found and apprehended, at another location.
It would later be revealed that Stephen Gage Berry, 9, and his older sister, Stoni Ann Blair, 13, had been tortured by their own mother before they were killed.
Now Blair has been charged with the homicides and is in the process of being convicted. In court to address her accountability, Blair lost it and began yelling at the father of one of the children. Eventually, she was led out of court by a bailiff.
“I do not feel any remorse for what I did to Stoni,” said Mitchelle Blair describing the abuse that she subjected daughter, Stoni, to before brutally killing her.
Blair admitted to putting a bag over the girl’s head in an attempt to smother her until she lost consciousness. She also says that she threw scalding hot water on her daughter and hit her “over and over” in the head.
She said that she meant to kill Stoni, exclaiming, “If I had a chance to do it again, I would,” she said in court.
When talking about her son Stephen, she said, she did not mean to kill him; just hurt him. She claims the two siblings raped her other children, an 8-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl.
Describing the torture her son Stephen endured, she said to the court, “His skin came off,” including the skin from his genital area. She reveals that she kicked him, punched him and then put a bag over his head too.
She admits that she lifted him up by his neck with a belt.
Blair claimed that she was trying to protect her youngest son from the abuse that she was giving the older two, there was no evidence to support her claim.
“I have two children,” Blair said. “That’s it. Steven and Stoni are demons, period.”
“I don’t feel no remorse for the death of them demons,” she said.
Watch the disturbing court scene directly below and read more about this animal at Naturally Moi.