Killer mum and daughter fell prey to online DEATH CULT in days before massacring family in murder-suicide, relatives say

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Killer mum and daughter fell prey to online DEATH CULT in days before massacring family in murder-suicide, relatives say



A MURDEROUS mum and daughter reportedly fell prey to an online death cult in the days before massacring their family in a murder-suicide attempt, relatives say.
Cops were called to a flat in Morrisville, Pennsylvania, on Monday afternoon and found all five victims – including two nine-year-old twins – dead inside a single bedroom.
Bucks County District Attorney’s Office Shana Decree reportedly helped kill five of her immediate family after the group joined an online death cult
Court documents show the two survivors Shana Decree, 45, and her daughter Dominique, 19, told investigators the entire family was contemplating suicide before the gruesome night, ABC reports.
A half-sister of the victims, named Destiny Harris, said: “They were all going through something religiously and they decided to drag the kids into it.”
She said she didn’t know if someone online was directing the family to commit the terrible crime.
The ex-husband of the accused mother, and father of the accused daughter, said the pair were involved in “some type of cult” that they found online.
Damon Decree told ABC News: “I don’t know how or what kind of cult, and they were talking about demons being all around them.”
They were talking about demons being all around themDamon Decree
“I don’t want them in no insane asylum, I want to see them in jail for the rest of their lives.”
Police have not released an official motive for the murders.
Suspects Shana Decree and her daughter Dominique were taken into police custody where they each face five counts of homicide and one count of conspiracy.
Legal papers claim Dominique said her mother choked three of the victims, Jamilla killed another and then she, in turn, killed Jamilla.
The child victims’ names were redacted on the police report so it is not known exactly who killed who.THE VICTIMS
The dead were Shana’s daughter, 25-year-old Naa’Irah Smith, her son, 13-year-old Damon Decree Jr., her sister, Jamilla Campbell, 42, and twin nieces Imani and Erika Allen.
According to detectives, Dominique Decree – in hospital with neck injuries –  initially asked if her family was still alive. She then reportedly said she wanted to die.
Shana Decree originally claimed Jamilla Campbell’s boyfriend and two unknown men were responsible for the mass slaughter.
She later told police that everyone at the apartment, including the young twins and Damon “wanted to die” and had openly discussed suicide.
The mother and daughter then reportedly confessed to the murders of their family members.
Dominique allegedly admitted strangling Campbell and said she and her mother murdered two of the children and Smith.
Dominique also claimed that Campbell choked one of the children to death, though it’s not clear which one.
MURDER ‘CONFESSION’
The bodies were found around 4pm Monday by the caseworker, who was conducting a wellness check at the home.
Inside the first-floor apartment, there was “broken glass and clutter throughout” and Shana and Dominique appeared disoriented, the affidavit said.
The victims were either lying on the floor or crammed into a bed in one of the bedrooms.
A friend of the victims told NBC10 in Philadelphia that a landlord had been called to carry out a check on the residents.
“I saw the landlord and said, ‘What’s going on?’,” they said.
“And she said, ‘We are doing a welfare check because trash is piled up out there for awhile to see if they are alright.'”
Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub told a press conference: “This is a terrible tragedy.
“I just spoke with the family of the five of the deceased and we’re all heartbroken.”
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Speaking to the Bucks County Courier Times, he added: “The people that committed these atrocious acts are in custody and we’ll make them pay for their crimes.”
Cops also revealed Dominique and Shana were found in a disoriented state when they first arrived at the scene.
They added the apartment was in “disarray”, with broken drywall and broken glass, overturned furniture, and other clutter.
Campbell’s son, whose whereabouts were unknown Monday evening, has been located and is safe.
Reuters Dominique Decree, 19, charged with her mother Shana Decree (not shown) with five counts of homicide and one count of criminal conspiracy
Shana’s daughter and alleged accomplice Dominique Decree, 19, is in hospital
ABC6 One of the twin girls murdered in Morrisville, Erika Allen
ABC6 Imani Allen was murdered alongside her twin sister
Facebook Damon Decree Jr was also killed in a homicide for which his own mother and sister are suspected
Facebook Victim Naa’Irah Smith was among the five victims found dead inside the house
Facebook Jamilla Campbell, Shana’s 42-year-old sister, was found dead in the apartment with her two nine-year-old twin daughters
Facebook Victim Naa’Irah Smith poses for a picture before being found dead along with most of her family in Morrisville, Pennsylvania
Facebook Shana Decree’s daughter Naa’Irah Smith, 25, was also found dead in the Pennsylvania flat
Facebook Pennsylvania homicide victim Damon Decree Jr with his mother, suspect, Shana Decree.
Naa’Irah Smith pictured with mother Shana Campbell Decree, who is accused of her murder
Fox29 Five people were found dead inside the apartment
AP:Associated Press Investigators remove items from the family home today

A version of this story originally appeared on New York Post.

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