The mom of Love has Received cult chief Amy Carlson says the query of whether or not her daughter was murdered stays open after the case was swept “below the rug”.
In an unique interview with NBC’s Dateline, Ms Carlson’s mom Linda Haythorne spoke out after prosecutors dropped fees in opposition to seven individuals in connection to a morbid ritual involging Carlson’s decaying corpse.
“It looks like they’re sort of brushing it below the rug,” Ms Haythorne mentioned in a clip of the interview revealed by Individuals. “That’s the way in which I really feel, anyway.”
Seven members of the religious cult had been taken into custody after the decaying physique of Ms Carlson, 45, was found within the group’s headquarters in Colorado in April.
“Father God” Juan Castillo, together with members Ryan Kramer, John Robertson, Karin Raymond, Christopher Royer, Sara Rudolph, and Ma obdulia Franco Gonzalez, had been charged with misdemeanour with baby abuse as two minors had been inside the house.
Ms Haythorne believes there’s nonetheless a query of whether or not her daughter was murdered. She informed The Denver Gazette in September she’s pissed off Mr Castillo is now not charged within the case, including that she’s “afraid he’s going to harm another person”.
Saguache County District Lawyer Alonzo Payne defended dropping the fees in opposition to the group.
“Our workplace checked out all of the paperwork and the whole lot that was supplied, and from our perspective, the allegations couldn’t be met past an affordable doubt,” he informed Dateline.
After discovering the physique and investigating the case, Saguache County Sheriff Dan Warwick informed Dateline’s Keith Morrison justice has not been served.
“I can perceive why they’d be indignant, pissed off, I suppose disgusted with your entire course of. I don’t blame them for having these emotions,” he mentioned.
“I feel we walked away from one thing that wanted to be addressed.
Dateline’s The Ascension of Mom God airs Friday at 9pm ET.