Monday, February 14, 2011

No bond for dad "in custody battle" accused of killing 2 sons, injuring 1 (Gwinnett County, Georgia)

When this story first broke, and Daddy was busy blaming "his ex-girlfriend's boyfriend" for the stabbing murders of his two sons, I thought it sounded pretty fishy. Turns out I was right. The "ex-girfriend's boyfriend" was one of those myths like "the bunch of black guys in hoods" who break into the homes of normal families, only to kill the kids. Uh, no. Now dad ELVIS NOE-GARCIA has been arrested for the stabbing deaths of his 1- and 3-year-old sons. Another 3-year-old son is in serious condition with stab wounds.

And notice that once again, we have a father who was more than happy to sacrifice the lives of his children in a "custody battle." Once again, we see that it's all about Total Dominance and Victory over Mom. It's not about love or wanting to be a parent.

No Bond For Father Accused Of Killing 2 Sons

Posted: 1:25 pm EST February 12, 2011
Updated: 2:32 pm EST February 13, 2011

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- A father accused of fatally stabbing two of his sons and injuring a third has been ordered held in jail without bond.

The father, Elvis Noe-Garcia, was charged with two counts of murder and aggravated assault. Another man was originally charged in the stabbing, but the charges have since been dropped.

Police responded to a quadruple stabbing at a home on Bridle Path Drive outside Lawrenceville on Wednesday, Gwinnett police Cpl. Jake Smith said. Officers made the gruesome discovery at about 6:30 p.m., Smith said.

The boys, 1-year-old Edward Garcia and 3-year-old Bradley Garcia, were found in the basement of the home, Smith said. He said another 3-year-old boy was also stabbed. The surviving child, who family members said was Bradley's twin, was flown to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston, where he was in serious condition, police said.

Garcia, 23, was also found stabbed. He was taken to a local hospital in serious condition.

The next day, 28-year-old Antonio Cardenas-Rico, was charged with two counts of murder. Just days before, Garcia made a threat complaint to police about a man with the last name "Cardenas."

Channel 2 obtained a Feb. 2 report in which Garcia identified the man as his ex-girlfriend's boyfriend. He said the man called him with the message, "I will kill you."

But Smith said Saturday murder charges against Cardenas-Rico were dropped. Though, he remains in police custody on drug charges and an immigration hold.

At a 5 p.m. press conference Saturday, Smith said police discovered discrepancies between the evidence and Garcia's statements and his alibi. After re-interviewing witnesses and reassessing the facts, police determined that Garcia was responsible for his sons' killings. Smith said he stabbed himself to look like a victim.

"The whole story involving the involvement of Cardenas-Rico was entirely fabricated," Smith said.

He said the three have been involved in a custody battle over the children.

Smith said Garcia has been uncooperative since being charged.

Garcia was being held without bond pending his next court appearance.