Josh Powell Kids

February 7, 2012 by staff 

Josh Powell Kids, As investigators pore over the gutted Washington state home of Josh Powell for evidence explaining how and why he murdered his two sons and killed himself in a gas explosion, ABC News has exclusively obtained what is believed to be his final words to his loved ones.

Powell left a voicemail for his family just 20 minutes before attacking his two young boys Braden, 5, and Charles, 7, with a hatchet and igniting a gas leak that blew up his house on Sunday afternoon.

“I am not able to live without my sons, and I’m not able to go on anymore. I’m sorry to everyone I’ve hurt. Goodbye,” the voicemail message said.

Many are now looking at the tumultuous relationship that Josh Powell had with his father Steven Powell, whose September arrest led to charges of 14 counts of voy**rism and one count of child prnography. The prnographic images were kept in the home the two men shared with Josh and Susan’s boys – a fact which led to Josh Powell losing full custody of his sons.

The boys were ordered in a Washington court in September to remain in the custody of Susan Powell’s parents Chuck and Judy Cox because they had been living in a dangerous home environment with sexually explicit material, and because of the possibility that Josh Powell participated in the voy**rism and child prnography charges against his father.

Steven Powell has now been named a person of interest in the disappearance of Susan Powell, according to Seattle’s Q13 FOX News, which reports that he was not overly emotional when he heard the news of the explosion, and has been uncooperative with Pierce County deputies. He is currently on suicide watch.

John Hallewell, who was Josh Powell’s best friend, says that Sunday’s murder/suicide was likely not done as revenge against his missing wife because “all he ever thought about was himself.”

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