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Defense attorney Mani Dexter said that prosecutor's case against Sheila Moses is based on one person's word and that she's trying to get custody of her children back from Social Services.
The women told Moses "you cannot let her go" and said they feared him going to jail, Cline said.— Prosecutors laid out the case Friday against a Durham man charged with killing a 4-year-old boy and 28-year-old-woman, saying he led a “religious” group of women and children who called him “Lord” and feared him.Peter Lucas Moses, 27, faces first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Jadon Higganbothan, 4, and Antoinetta Yvonne Mc Koy, 28.The other children, who have been placed in foster homes by Social Services, have told authorities they feared that Moses would do to them "what he did to Jadon," Cline said."The children are fearful of Pete Moses Jr."Moses killed Mc Koy in a similar manner on Dec. Family members said that Moses encouraged Mc Koy, whom he had known as a teenager, to join him and that after she left, they didn't hear from her again.The group threw a party a few days later, prosecutors recalled the witness saying, and Moses showed Mc Koy's body to several relatives, including his mother Sheilda Evelyn Harris, 56, his brother P.
Leonard Moses, 21, and his sister, Sheila Falisha Moses, 20.Moses feared that Jadon might be gay because his father had left Sisk, and Moses told her to "get rid" of the child, prosecutors said."In the religious belief of that organization, homosexuality was frowned on," Cline said. Moses ordered two of the women to set up computers and speakers in the garage, prosecutors said they were told by the witness.Sometime in October 2010, Smith told Moses that Jadon had hit another child's bottom, and Moses became angry and started walking around the house with a gun that belonged to Sisk, prosecutors said."He starts screaming, 'I told you to get rid of him! They said he started playing music with the Lord's Prayer in Hebrew, took Jadon in the garage and shut the door, and the women then heard a gunshot.Mc Koy found that she couldn't have children and wrote dairy entries begging "Lord" not to kill her, prosecutors said.On the day she died, prosecutors said, Mc Koy ran to a neighbor's house and asked to use a cell phone to call her mother in Washington, D. The neighbor said she didn't call police because she thought that it was a group home and that Mc Koy might be mentally disturbed.Prosecutors said Moses killed Jadon because he thought the child was gay and Mc Koy after he learned she couldn't have children and wanted to leave the group.