‘I’d kill more,’ Neo-Nazis taunt family of murdered sex offender at sentencing

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (CNN) – A neo-Nazi couple convicted of murdering two people in 2013 seemed remorseful in court.

However, their tunes changed when they were sentenced to life in prison.

Jeremy Moody said, “Child molesters do not deserve to live. Had to do it over again, I’d kill more.”

Christine Moody said, “I have no regrets. Killing that pedophile was the best day of my life.”

The couple was convicted of murdering 59-year-old Charles Parker and 51-year-old Gretchen Parker.

The Parkers were found stabbed and shot to death.

Jeremy Moody says he killed the couple because Charles Parker was on the South Carolina sex offender registry.

Parker was convicted in 1991 of sexual assault on a child and in 2003 of third-degree criminal sexual misconduct with a 31-year-old woman.

In court, Jeremy Moody said, “Not a day goes by that I don’t regret the incident that happened, and I know that what I’ve done is a sin.”

Moody’s attorney was seeking a 30 year sentence for the crime.

However, the judge handed down life sentences.

When leaving the courtroom, Jeremy Moody said, “See you perverts later, that’s what child molesters get.”

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