Woman admits role in toddler’s ‘exorcism’ death
Like Governor Bobby Jindal, these women practice exorcism - unlike Jindal they killed their subject, so he got to be Governor and they got to go to jail.
A Fort Wayne woman Monday morning admitted she took part in an “exorcism” act that led to a toddler’s death.
Natasha N. Hawkins, 31, pleaded guilty to a Class A felony battery charge in the death of 2-year-old Jezaih King. In June, a jury found Jezaih’s mother, Latisha Lawson, guilty of murder.
The two women were roommates. According to court documents and testimony during Lawson’s trial, Hawkins held Jezaih’s legs down while the child’s mother forced him to drink olive oil and vinegar, an attempt to exorcise Jezaih of a demon.