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The murders of five people in Bucks County earlier this week may have been sparked by "cult influences," according to a report by 6ABC. The network spoke to surviving members of the family, who said that the deceased were "going through something religiously" and had joined an online cult.
The five people who were found dead in a bedroom in a Morrisville apartment complex on Monday included three children. Authorities allege Shana Selena Decree, 45, the mother of two of the victims, and her daughter, Dominique Klaran Decree, 19, killed their family members. They are both charged with five counts of criminal homicide in connection with the deaths.
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The victims have been identified as Shana Decree's children, Naa'Irah Smith, 25, and Damon Decree Jr., 13, both of Morrisville; as well as Shana Decree's sister Jamilla Campbell, 42, of Trenton, NJ, and Campbell's 9-year-old twin daughters, Imani and Erika Allen.
Shana Decree and Dominique Decree told investigators the whole family "wanted to die," according to an affidavit of probable cause.
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Destiny Harris, the half-sister of the twins killed, told 6ABC: "They were all going through something religiously and they decided to drag the...
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