DAILYKENN.com -- A 28-year-old woman was brutally stabbed to death after she allegedly disrespected her live-in boy friend.
31-year-old Patrick Fowler then murdered the woman's four-year-old daughter before setting their house on fire, according to police.
Fowler said he didn't feel bad about what he did, recalling he took Easter candy as he walked out the door after committing the double homicide, reports say.
Dead are 28-year-old Jessica Ellenberger and her four-year-old daughter Madyson Marshel.
To our knowledge there was no outcry from feminists over the senseless murder of a woman and her little daughter. Feminists only care about women who can be exploited to advance the cultural Marxism agenda.
The crime occurred in Milwaukee, Wisc. March 19, 2016.
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The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office has filed two counts of first-degree intentional homicide against 31-year-old Patrick Fowler for his alleged involvement in a double homicide on Milwaukee’s west side. It’s a crime Fowler has confessed to, according to the criminal complaint.
Police say 28-year-old Jessica Ellenberger and her four-year-old daughter Madyson Marshel were found dead in a home near 68th and Stevenson after a house fire late Saturday, March 19th.
According to the criminal complaint, Fowler bought a one-way ticket to Texas and got on a greyhound bus to get away from the crime. He was arrested as the bus made a stop in Arkansas.
According to the criminal complaint, Fowler told police he and Ellenberger “were in a verbal argument” and Fowler “felt as if he was being disrespected.” The complaint indicates Fowler grabbed a knife and went to the girl’s room. At some point, Fowler grabbed Ellenberger by the hair and “asked her to just talk with him.” When she demanded Fowler back off, Fowler told police “the knife slid across her chest.” She was then stabbed multiple times.
The complaint indicates Fowler later stabbed the girl.
Fowler told investigators “he then watched as each of them took their last breath and he thought of killing himself. Instead he set the house on fire.” The complaint said Fowler could not find lighter fluid, “so he took coloring books, lit them on the stove, and threw them in the room.”
After setting the fire, Fowler told investigators “he walked out the front door taking the Easter candy from the residence with him.” Fowler also stated “he did not feel bad for any of the decisions that he made.”
The story doesn't end there. FOX6 News spoke with the grandmother of Fowler's two children. She says Fowler came to her daughter's home after the murder and forced her to help him.
"He threatened her if she didn't help him there was going to be bodily harm to perhaps herself and her children," said the grandmother to Fowler's children.
She says her daughter helped dispose of Fowler's clothes against her will.
"There were threats made, yes," said the grandmother to Fowler's children.
The mother of Fowler's two children is now in jail for her alleged role.
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