Calyx Schenecker

January 29, 2011 by staff 

Calyx Schenecker, Schenecker Julie, a woman 50 years old, was charged last night shot and killed her two young sons, 13 and 16 years old, at her home in Tampa Palms, Florida. Schenecker must face two criminal charges of first-degree murder Powers Schenecker Calyx (16) and Beau Schenecker Powers (13).

According to police department spokeswoman in Tampa, Laura McElroy, Julie Schenecker had no qualms in admitting the murder in cold blood their young children. The children’s father, Army Col. Parker Schenecker, 48 years old, has not yet been notified of the tragedy.

He is outside the United States, admitted to an air base. “I do not think there’s an explanation that can make us understand that was what happened. She just told us that their children were behaving badly and they were responding to their orders in a very haughty, “McElroy told the local press.

Also knew that children were killed on Tuesday, but her remains were recently found last night when a police officer responded to a distress call when a family could not find them. When the police went to the residence, found the mother covered in blood. Inside the home, the officer found the two bodies and a note detailing how the mother killed. In the note, Julie Schenecker also wrote that he takes her own life with the same weapon that killed their children: a 38-caliber revolver. But he never did. Schenecker shot her son (13) twice in the head and then go to her daughter’s room (16) and deal it the death itself.
(AP) — The woman who authorities say killed her teenage daughter and son because she was fed up with them talking back and being mouthy will not appear in court Saturday because she’s being treated at a hospital for an unknown condition.

Authorities say Julie Powers Schenecker was taken to Tampa General Hospital shortly after midnight Saturday to be treated for a medical condition that existed before she was taken to jail. Hillsborough Sheriff’s deputies — who oversee jail inmates — said they could not reveal Schenecker’s medical condition, citing health care privacy laws.

An arrest affidavit said Schenecker shot her son twice in the head in the family car “for talking back” as she drove him to soccer practice. The report said Schenecker then drove to their upscale home and shot her daughter in the face inside the home.

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