Viewers became & # 39; nervous & # 39; left behind after a & # 39; genius psychopath & # 39; eerily described that he would kill his younger brother or sister in an attempt to go back to his mother on psychopaths at Piers Morgan.
In last night's ITV documentary, presenter Piers Morgan visited Paris Bennett, 25, in Texas prison, where he is serving a 40-year prison sentence for killing his four-year-old sister Ella when he was just 13.
After convincing their nanny to leave early, he stabbed her 17 times in an attempt to punish his mother, Charity, & # 39 ;.
Although Bennett, who has spent more than half of his life in prison, was diagnosed as a psychopath with an IQ of 141, he is also considered a genius. He will soon be eligible for release.
As he coldly recalled his obese crime, he showed no signs of regret – and those who had attuned remained scared.
& # 39; The fact that he shows no remorse and declares that he still has the darkness within him is sure enough to keep him locked up for life, & # 39; wrote one.
In last night's ITV documentary Psychopaths with Piers Morgan, & # 39; the presenter visited Paris Bennett, 25, (photo) in Texas prison, where he is serving a 40-year prison sentence for killing his four-year-old sister Ella when he was just thirteen
A second one added: & # 39; If I were Piers, I would be watching my back in eight years, because that Paris guy is a total weirdo. & # 39;
While the presenter was digging deeper, the prisoner's mother's broken mother listened from another room.
& # 39; The last thing I want is for my child to be murdered again, especially me, & # 39; she explained.
The psychopath looked frightening and gathered while answering the questions asked to him.
& # 39; I can be locked up, but that doesn't mean I'm a monster or a villain, & # 39; he said. & # 39; The mistake I made 12 years ago at the age of 13 is not something that determines my life. & # 39;
Piers Morgan interviewed Bennett (photo) and also seemed restless because of his exchange with the prisoner
Bennett (photo) claimed that he is now & # 39; alienated & # 39; is from the person he was 12 years ago, but showed little emotion when discussing his crime with Piers Morgan
Bennett explained that he intended to kill his mother, but soon realized that if he wounded his sister and sent him to prison, he would be more hurt.
& # 39; For many many years there was just this hot, flaming ball of anger in the pit of my stomach and it was aimed at my mother, & # 39; he explained.
& # 39; And one of the reasons I chose to kill my sister and not someone else is because I knew it could hurt my mother in the worst way possible. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; I had always known as a child that would be the most devastating to my mother to lose one of her children and I found a way to take both of her children. & # 39;
But at Piers' insistence, Bennett stated that the reality of the murder did not meet his expectations.
Ella (depicted as a child) was stabbed 17 times by her brother after convincing their nanny to leave early
Home footage (above) shown on the documentary revealed that there were no suggestions that Bennett was awaiting a psychopath
& # 39; At no time did I feel that I had achieved something or that I had achieved a goal, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; I am completely alienated from who I was then and now I cannot understand how I could have thought that killing my sister would have solved my problems. & # 39;
While claiming to have a & # 39; stream & # 39; of emotion followed and did not plan the murder, experts believe he did exactly that by convincing the nanny to leave – before repeatedly stabbing Ella and placing a 911 call.
Bennett can be heard in the horrifying recording, together with the telephone operator who has instructed him to perform his CPR resuscitation.
But later he believed he wasn't even in the room where he had killed Ella – and instead walked through the house.
Bennett and his sister Ella (photo) turned out to be fine and often played together, as can be seen in these video footage at home
The psychopath's sister, Ella, then four, before her murder. Charity, Bennett's mother, said she always & # 39; unconditional love & # 39; will have for her son
Charity, Bennett's mother (photo), listened to the interview and explained that she had no idea why her son became a psychopath – but that she forgives him for the murder
Twelve years later, Charity, who now has a six-year-old son, said she forgave her son for the murder because she thinks you should give & # 39; your children's unconditional love & # 39; – but not all viewers agreed.
& # 39; That was chilly, he should never be released & # 39 ;, one noticed, while another said him & # 39; Charles Manson 2.0 & # 39; called.
A third said: & # 39; Something about seeing a home video of a child saying he wants to kill his sister, knowing that he really did years later, is nerve-racking. The thought that he had such thoughts at a young age is frightening. & # 39;
Another one written: & # 39; I have watched so many documentaries about murderers, but he is by far the scariest. "One mistake does not define me" … you killed your four-year-old sister to hurt your mother? That is not a mistake. & # 39;
Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: & # 39; What an evil, sick and distorted individual. Gruesome, & while another comment:
& # 39; This woman categorically endangers her young child by having a relationship with her son after he brutally murdered her four-year-old daughter. He didn't fool me. & # 39;
Viewers were shocked by Bennett's apparent lack of emotion and regret and said Charity put himself in danger by keeping in touch with him (above)
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