In a ruling dripping with venom, an Alabama judge sentenced remorseless teenager Mason Sisk to spend his days behind bars for the lethal crimes he committed at just 14 years old.
After a jury found the now 18-year-old guilty of fatally shooting five defenseless relatives in their home, Circuit Judge Chadwick Wise ensured the depraved delinquent would never again threaten society, condemning him to life without parole.
The homicidal horror played out in September 2019, when Sisk butchered his father John, stepmother Mary, and innocent siblings Grayson, Aurora and baby Colson in their Elkmont residence. Initially lying to pin the bloodbath on phantoms, the psychopath later confessed to ruthlessly gunning down the family as they lay sleeping — a shocking slaughter Deemed “draped in unmitigated evil” by the judge.
Prosecutors argued Sisk’s fury was fueled by uncontrolled anger issues and threats towards loved ones, like once trying to poison his stepmom. Unmoved by the devastation, the killer has shown zero remorse while detained. District Attorney Brian Jones labeled the “dangerous” teen as the most menacing defendant he’s encountered.
With this rare ruling for a juvenile, the court ensured the sadist would never threaten others, as the victims perished in their beds completely defenseless against his violence. The youth’s heartlessness confirmed he deserved to be permanently locked away from society.