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Emergency personnel could not revive Brittany Pilkington 3-month-old baby Noah, when he stopped breathing Tuesday – less than a week after a court returned him to his mother. Exactly how could not save her 4 year old son Gavin when he died in April. Or her 3-month-old son Niall when he died last summer.
Authorities in Bellefontaine, Ohio, saw a pattern and had a few questions for Pilkington. She gave them a macabre confession. She was then arrested for murder, said a police statement.
“She has to place a blanket over the faces of three of her children and held them either downward or upward until she confessed expired,” prosecutor William Goslee told reporters Wednesday. As to a possible motive, Goslee said: “No one could predict the behavior of this mother, a 23-year-old mother, who apparently killing their children in order to preserve the small family with her and her daughter and the father of the child.”
Goslee said that just six days before his death, a family court judge had returned Noah and his sister to the family. “The court found there was insufficient evidence to keep the kids out of the house because there is no evidence of a crime at the time to justify,” Goslee said. The question of whether the system is to protect children they had failed in this case, Goslee said the death was unpredictable.
“You can not predict the behavior that is so unpredictable,” he said. “Did the system fail? The system was unpredictable to see. … It’s a shame.”
The cause of death in the first two cases were undetermined, Goslee said.
“When the autopsy comes back as indeterminate,” he said, “our hands are tied.”
Pilkington was 911 at around 3:00 on Tuesday shouted Noah could not breathe.
“What is its color?” The driver asked Pilkington. “I can imagine, he is bluish until now,” Pilkington said.
When the police asked her at first, the 23-year-old mother, who they believed that genetics were behind the deaths of the three boys said.
That was a theory that was advanced in the family court case over the death of the first two boys, Goslee said.
Authorities in the city about 25 miles northwest of Columbus, the previously accepted death by natural causes theory, if the first two boys died. This time they were not for sale.
When prosecutors asked Pilkington told them that she had smothered all three boys.
“On the question of what to do with parents who happen to kill their children,” said Goslee, “she said, they should be given a second chance and go to counseling.”
Police Chief Brandon Standley regretted not heard Pilkington confession earlier.
“They are all waiting for the last what to come forward, stating that this is what the child’s death No. 1 and No. 2 causes child,” he said. “Unfortunately we did not get that until today.”
You may have done it out of jealousy, the police said, because she felt her husband about her and her daughter favors boys.
“She said … she jealous of the preference for the father showed the little boy was” Goslee said.
Both Noah and the daughter in protective custody and was recently returned home.
Pilkington father, Ed Cummins, CNN affiliate WBNS said that he was stunned. “I’m blown away, I do not know what to think,” he said. He wants to ask why his grandchildren died.
Goslee said Pilkington was estranged from their families and lived with a man who was controlling and 20 years older than she.
“She said her best friend was her three-and-a-half-year-old daughter,” he said.