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A Michigan woman who was accused of brutally murdering her two children in 2013 has plead guilty and taken responsibility for their tragic deaths.

The bodies of the children, ages 11 and 14, were found by investigators inside a freezer in a local apartment complex in 2013, according to ABC News.

36-year-old Michelle Blair of Detroit admitted to attacking both of her children at separate times and said that while she had every intention of killing her 14-year-old daughter, she did not intend for her son to die. She claims she “punished” the children for molesting a younger sibling but also says she didn’t witness the alleged assaults and never alerted the police.

Speaking on her despicable act, she told the judge presiding over her case: “I don’t regret none of this.  I don’t feel no remorse for the death of those demons.”  Blair also said that she would accept the death penalty for her crime if the state of Michigan permitted, however, she currently faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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  • Chazz A

    This is a rare moment when I’m actually speechless. May the souls of the young children find peace SMH

  • binks

    The dark side of human nature sadly does not surprise me anyone. However, the funny thing is she is the demonic monster here not those kids…smh. May they rest in peace and I hope the other kids get placed into a loving family and have the memory of this “incubator” (she does not deserve the title of mother) far from their memories.

  • Mary Burrell

    She’s a monster.

  • Ann Gomez

    Hmm, this whole situation is wicked to the core, God bless those children…

  • Anastasia Hill-Thompson

    This is truly heart breaking on so many levels. Its hard to wrap my mind around. What gets me is that these children were in that freezer for a while and no one, NO ONE bothered to report them missing? No father asked about them. No teacher noticing absences (if during school year). No friends, no family. Its terrible. I couldn’t imagine the amount of hopelessness in that household.