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IN People ON 31 Aug, 2015
When a murder is reported, everyone, including the police and the kin and kith of the victim, first think of the reason to be either vengeance or altered, fight, jealousy, etc. But sometimes, the reasons are so astounding that they may tear us agape! In such cases, many-a-times the victim is caught or an innocent is punished.
Here is one such case in which the man claims that he killed a child molester.
The guy showed in above picture is Stancil. He worked at Wayne Community College print shop in Goldsboro, North Carolina. But a few days back, he was fired for allegedly having drugs at the workplace. Stancil wears neo-Nazi tattoos on his face. This week he returned to his former college and job, and what followed is shocking, complicated and tragic.
When Stancil arrived at the school campus, he searched for his former supervisor, 44-year-old Ron Lane. He then brutally shot him in the head. Police is investigating the case as a possible hate crime, stating that Lane was killed because he was gay. However, he provides another reason for murder which will give you goosebumps.
After finishing high school, Stancil attended Wayne Community College as a model student on the school's dean's list and that's where he met Lane, who supervised him under a work-study program. Stancil later left the college without graduating. School officials say that the student–employee (Stancil) was dismissed by Lane for too many absences and drugs. Debbie Stancil on the other hand claims, Lane fired him without any explanation.
After killing the supervisor, he rode his motorcycle to Daytona Beach, where the police arrested him. In court, the former college student and employee told the Florida judge, that he killed Lane because he'd molested his little brother. Lane's mother, Debbie, on the other hand tried to make a correction, saying the college print shop director had actually "made inappropriate sexual advances towards (Stancil)" and not his sibling.
In his defense, Stancil spoke exactly 9 words to the judge: "I ridded one less (expletive) child molester from the (expletive) Earth." Where as his mom reiterated that the print shop director didn't molest any other relative in their family, but she knew he sexually harassed her son Kenneth Stancil. She said "He (Lane) was verbally inappropriate with Stancil at school. Very much verbally inappropriate. . . Stancil would tell him to stop and he kept on."