A Florida woman is in custody for the murder of her three-year-old son, whose body was found in a suitcase floating in the swamp behind her home in Callaway, Florida.
Egypt Moneek Robinson, 28, told her former cellmate, Tiffany Powell, that she was protecting everyone by killing three-year-old, Aries Juan Acevedo, as he “was the soul of Hitler.”
Powell, who was booked into jail on attempted murder charges, told investigators that Robinson expressed no “remorse” for her actions when she told her cellmate of her crime.
According to the Daily Mail, an incident report stated that an officer responding to the scene was approached by Robinson. She said to him, “Just put me into handcuffs. I did it. I killed my baby and put him inside of the suitcase.”
The report also stated that while on her way to the sheriff’s office, Robinson made several statements in reference to the world ending, and that she was trying to save her son from a Biblical flood.
“The world is going to flood and everyone was going to be drowned and I can’t be drowned, therefore, I have to be shot in the head. I was just trying to save my baby!” she said to the arresting officer.
Robinson continued, “Everyone on Noah’s Ark relieved and my baby will relive again!”
Robinson was hospitalized with a self-inflicted wound after her arrest.
The Herald reported the the State Attorney’s office filed a motion in an effort to have the video of Robinson taken during her time in jail included as evidence in future court proceedings.
Robinson who is being held without bond at Bay County Jail, has a hearing scheduled for February.
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Robinson.
H/T: The Daily Mail
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