Or rather, this was Christian Choate.
At the age of 13, Christian lived in a dog cage in his cockroach father’s trailer. He was allowed out to eat and use the bathroom. Also for beatings at his cockroach father’s will.
Christian’s sister found him dead in his cage one day in 2009. So his father, cockroach Riley Choate, came home, dug a hole, threw some lime on him and buried him under concrete. But he did remember to put a bible on his chest because his cockroach father is obviously a Christian soul.
After he got his rocks off killing his son off, Riley moved Christian’s sister Christina from Gary, Indiana to Kentucky. She was not allowed to use the phone or go to school. She lived in fear for two years and said nothing to authorities about the death of her brother. Then her cockroach father moved back to Gary, Indiana and that’s when she told the police about her brother.
Riley also had a cockroach stepmother, Kimberly Kubina. She helped the cockroach Riley Choate bury his son. She and her cockroach soulmate Riley have been charged with murder, battery, criminal confinement, and neglect of a dependent in the young boy’s death.
So tell me: What should be done with these two cockroaches, Riley Choate and Kimberly Kubina, before they put them out with the rest of the trash?