Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Dad murders 8-year-old son during out-of-town visitation/custody time (Winnebago County, Illinois)

The mainstream media is loathe to admit that there are dangerous, mentally unstable fathers who get custody/visitation, and that there are judges and various other officials in the family courts who are responsible. So the reporting tends to be vague and getting vaguer.

How do we know this was a custody/visitation situation? Easy. Dad and the murdered child live in different cities. But you have to pay attention to catch it, so they are figuring that distracted readers won't pick up on that.

Dad is identified as GLEN FLEENER. See the Killer Dads and Custody list for Illinois.

UPDATE: Father, Son Found Dead in Car Investigated as Murder-Suicide Victims' identities released; autopsies pending.

By Josh Vezina
Published 05/30 2016 01:51PM Updated 05/31 2016 10:25AM

UPDATE (5/31/16): The deaths of a father and son, found inside a car in Rockford on Monday, are being investigated as a murder-suicide.

The Winnebago County Coroner's Office released the names of the victims. They are Glen Fleener, 37, of Rockford and Kier Fleener, 8, of Chicago. There was no trauma noted to either victim. Autopsy results are expected later today.

On Monday at 820 am, the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department received a report of two bodies inside an automobile on the property at 8819 S. Main Road in rural Winnebago County.

Deputies discovered the bodies of an adult male and a male child inside of an automobile parked on the property.

Sheriff's detectives are investigating this as a homicide, although details on the manner of death were not released.

Their identities are being withheld pending notification of family members.


The Winnebago County Coroner's Office is reporting that a father and son were found dead in a car at the back of their property on South Main Street Monday.

Details are not being released at this time, including the specific address where the pair were found, or any indication of how they died.

An autopsy is pending.