14-year-old boy shoots family ‘without remorse’ after finding out he’s not related to mom.

In the United States, Alabama, 15-year-old teenager Sisk (Mason Wayne Sisk) because of the discovery that he and his mother is not related by blood, in a fit of rage to shoot his father, stepmother and three half siblings, the incident was only 14 years old at the time, he was surprisingly unrepentant after the incident, recently changed by the authorities to adult charges of murder.

The unfortunate incident occurred on September 2, 2019 at 11:00 p.m. in Elkmont, where police received a report of a shooting at the home of Sister, who was in the basement when he suddenly heard gunshots, but later confessed that he was the killer. The victims were a 38-year-old father, John Sisk; a 35-year-old stepmother, Mary Sisk; three half-sisters; and a brother, who was 6 years old and 6 months old.

The deceased’s family believes that Sister was motivated to kill by the discovery that Mary was not his mother and that “he didn’t know anything about his mother and they only recently told him the truth”. Because he was 14 years old at the time, he was only given the punishment of being held in a juvenile detention center, where, according to the report, he behaved well and felt no distress at all over being “accused of murdering his family.

The case was recently transferred from juvenile court to adult court and he is currently being held without bail at the Limestone County Jail, facing three counts of capital murder for the murder of five victims under the age of 14 and one count of capital murder for the murder of two or more victims, for which he is suspected of killing five people.