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Parents Go Ballistic on Kids’ Murderers: 5 Shocking Stories

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Introduction to the case

Losing a loved one especially a child due to murder is tragic, and not something anyone should ever face. Parents of children who have been murdered end up expressing their grief in ways they never thought possible. The five times in this video where these parents went ballistic on their children’s murder feels satisfactory, deserving, and painful all at once because you can see that they were looking for an outlet for their pain.

1 Marianne Bachemier case

Marianne Bachemier is the first family of a murdered child who went ballistic on their child’s murder. Anna, her daughter was murdered by their neighbor Klaus Grabowski. Anna was only seven years old when this happened. During court, Grawboaski argued that he was hormonally imbalanced and that is why he did what he did. Marianne, the victim’s murderer removed a gun from her purse and shot him six times. She said ‘I did it for you Anna’

2 Confrontation at Timothy McVeigh’s Execution

The second case involves Timothy McVeigh. It happened at his execution and not in the courtroom. In 2001, parents of the 19 children killed in the Oklahoma City bombing attended Timothy McVeigh’s execution. Timothy had bombed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building day-care center. His reason for doing so has not been discovered to date. The pain, anger, and anguish of these families was palpable and could be seen from the way they threw curses and threats at Timothy McVeigh but we know that nothing could stop their pain. They were kept at a distance from McVeigh. Detectives and security personnel understood that the execution served as a form of closure, though it could never fully heal the wounds of the victims’ families.

3 Van Terry’s Courtroom Outburst

In 2013, Michael Madison was arrested for murdering three women, including 18-year-old Shirellda Terry. The bodies of Michael Madison’s victims were found in his Cleveland home by the police. At his sentencing in 2016, Shirellda’s father, Van Terry, attempted to attack Madison in court, overcome with grief and anger. His action was justifiable because he looked at the man who killed his daughter still very much alive.  While his actions are understandable, this reaction can complicate legal proceedings and harm the grieving parent’s legal standing.

4 Diana Haun’s Confrontation by Janice Iverson

In 1995, Michael Dally and Diana Haun were convicted of murdering Sherri Dally. During the trial, Sherri’s mother, Janice Iverson, expressed her anger and frustration, requiring courtroom officers to intervene.  She spoke harshly and used swear words which were not permissible in the courtroom. Detectives noted that her outburst was a natural response to the prolonged anguish of the trial, highlighting the personal toll of murder cases on victims’ families.

5 Christopher Scarver’s Prison Attack

In 1994, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was fatally beaten by fellow inmate Christopher Scarver, who felt a divine urge to avenge the victims’ families. Christopher’s crimes included cannibalism and necrophilia. He killed 17 young men and boys.  Detectives involved in the case recognized that Scarver’s actions reflected the collective rage and frustration of the victims’ families, though vigilante justice undermines the legal process.


Pain and grief are something we all deal with differently and this is shown in how these parents responded to their children’s killer. While doing what they did will not in any way bring their children back to life, it did give them a sense of satisfaction even though it was momentarily. No one should ever go through the pain of losing a loved one through murder, so we should join hands with law enforcement to fight crimes and also make their investigations go smoothly. At OKC Private Investigations & Process Server in Oklahoma, we see the Importance of getting the best private investigation services and legal services you can get. So, for more insights or our services, visit us at you can email us at Like, share, and subscribe for more content.

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