An incestuous daughter is admitting to some horrifying crimes where she assisted her dad in killing her boyfriend, right before she went on to have sex with him, followed by an illegal marriage too.
31-year-old Amanda McClure says she was romantically inclined to her 55-year-old father and that is the reason why she helped him carry out the death of her boyfriend. Moreover, she even went on to confirm the horrifying truth of how she had sex with her dad, after which she went on to marry him illegally.
According to local media outlets, Amanda McClure was the ring leader who planned her 38-year-old boyfriend Thomas McGuire’s death. She reportedly helped her dad Larry McClure tie up her boyfriend, after which she assisted in battering his head using an empty bottle of wine.
Next, she went on injecting two large vials of crystal meth into his body which ultimately led to his brutal death, confirmed reports. But that wasn’t the end of their shocking behavior.
The father and daughter couple also went on to bury Thomas’s body into a shallow grave, where later investigations into the case revealed how the victim had been strangled too.
The incestuous daughter admitted to the gruesome crime on the 8th of July during a court hearing, which was held at Welch in West Virginia. In the same way, she went on to testify against her 32-year-old sister named Anna Maria Choudhary who is also being charged for McGuire’s death.
One month later, Amanda married her father, despite their relationship being illegal. Today, investigators are yet to reveal the real motive for the killing, claiming that both father and daughter may have had their own separate motives.
The father gave an interview where he admitted that his daughter Amanda was the real ring leader for the death while added how Anna Marie was also involved in the crime of murder too.
Authorities were made aware of the incident by the father himself who reported the details of the shocking murder to the police himself. Today, both father and daughter are in jail as they await the sentencing of their crime.