A Killer in the Family What Made a Son Finally Snap One week after the fatal shooting of Brad and Andra Sachs last February their year old son Ashton delivered a tearful eulogy Less than one month later authorities had arrested their prime suspect

  • Title: A Killer in the Family: What Made a Son Finally Snap?
  • Author: Christine Pelisek Time Inc.
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • One week after the fatal shooting of Brad and Andra Sachs last February, their 19 year old son Ashton delivered a tearful eulogy Less than one month later, authorities had arrested their prime suspect in the slayings Ashton As the evidence mounted including a semiautomatic rifle found in his Prius and phone records placing him in the area at the time of the murders inveOne week after the fatal shooting of Brad and Andra Sachs last February, their 19 year old son Ashton delivered a tearful eulogy Less than one month later, authorities had arrested their prime suspect in the slayings Ashton As the evidence mounted including a semiautomatic rifle found in his Prius and phone records placing him in the area at the time of the murders investigators pushed him to offer his side of the story, to give a reason why, according to grand jury testimony released in the case Ashton, whom investigators described as polite, calm and very positive when the interrogation began, replied simply, I don t have a reason why Just a lot of problems This People Spotlight Story explores What Makes a Killer Snap

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    2 thoughts on “A Killer in the Family: What Made a Son Finally Snap?

    1. Non-Fic story about 19 year old Ashton Sachs who murdered his parents, Brad and Andra Sachs, and paralyzed his 8 year old (adopted) broth, Landon, in a shooting rampage.What led him, in his mind to it, and the disastrous results.Ashton, was a normal boy growing up, parents were well off, in what I assume is mainly because of his mother, and her career in real estate.Ashton's girlfriend broke up with him, leading him to a suicide attempt. Soon after, his mother sent him from his home in San Juan [...]

    2. A notch above many of these short, free ebooks, but that's not saying much. More like one and a half stars.

    3. I am fascinated with what makes people who do horrible things tick, so I was drawn in by the title of this article. I hadn't heard of the family or this story at all. I realize this was originally in People, so not as in depth as probably other articles, but if you're looking for the answer to the title of the story, I don't know that you're going to find it here.

    4. Interesting storyIt's Time, so it's gonna be good, there's not much more to say. The story itself is both ad and frightening at once. He clearly had issues and still seemed to. It's just scary knowing that know matter how close you are to someone or how well you think you know them, you never ever will.

    5. Very sadThe article was very well written. It was not judgemental. It did not push the reader to choose a side.

    6. Good startGood start to the beginning of this case! In hope another part is written to let thew readers know how it ended.

    7. Not easy to read. The author jumps all over the place. If he could just tell the story in its own timeline and not all the foreshadowing.

    8. No infoMight have liked it if it gave any information, but it did not. There was no information at all in what I read

    9. Not EnoughThis is a good article but I find myself wanting to know more about the story. It is a magazine though.

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