SICK: Texas Gun Control Activist Shoots Her Children Dead in a Triple Murder-Suicide
Ashley Auzenne, a 39-year-old gun control advocate from Deer Park, TX, committed a heinous triple-murder suicide earlier this week where she shot her three children dead before taking her life.
Investigators made the determination on Friday after observing the gruesome scene. Auzenne’s three children, Parrish, 11, Eleanor, 9, and Lincoln, 7, were shot dead by the woman. The police found the bodies after a family member became concerned and asked them to perform a wellness check on the family.
“There is a gun inside the house was used in this incident,” said Lt. Chris Brown, of the Deer Park Police Department. “A handgun.”
She had finalized a divorce with her ex-husband Murvin Auzenne Jr. just last week. The grandfather of the kids told reporters at KTRK that the family is completely heartbroken over what has taken place.
“They were kids you wanted to have around, they really were,” Murvin Auzenne Sr. said about his late grandchildren. “They played well, they talked to the adults. They’re amazing children in all kinds of fantastic ways.”
“The family has all rallied around my son, Murvin,” he added. “Our focus is only on one thing: helping through this difficult time.”
The Washington Examiner discovered the murderer’s avid support for stricter gun control. She posted Facebook photos accompanied by the hashtags #Enough and #EndGunViolence, and apparently served as one of the minions of leftist billionaire oligarch Mike Bloomberg’s astroturfed push to destroy the 2nd Amendment.
Auzenne made regular posts decrying the horrors of gun violence before she committed one of the most heinous acts of gun violence imaginable against her own flesh and blood. The community is in shock at what took place.
“I’m upset,” neighbor Annette Flores said to KPRC. “Children? Really? Children are innocent, I mean, I mean, it’s just, it’s a waste, and it’s just really bad, and it makes me angry that someone would take it out on children.”
“It really makes me mad, to be honest,” said Deer Park Elementary parent Chris Pierce, who praised the murdered children as smart and loving. “It’s just amazing how it affects everybody whether they go to school with them or not.”
Auzenne was severely mentally and physically ill, suffering from depression and anxiety as well as arthritis and lupus when she snapped. She wanted to take the right to self-defense away from law-abiding Americans when she turned out to be the real threat to public safety.