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Caneiro allegedly shot his brother, Keith Caneiro; shot and stabbed his sister-in-law, Jennifer Caneiro; and stabbed their two young children before setting the Colts Neck residence on fire, according to Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni. Paul Caneiro returned to his nearby home where, with his own family inside, he set a second fire in an attempt to destroy evidence and create an illusion that the entire family was being targeted, the prosecutor said.

A family massacre disguised as a massive fire in New Jersey.

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The suspect's attorneys have said their client was wrongfully accused and that he "had absolutely nothing to do with these horrific crimes. Attorneys Mitchell Ansell and Robert Honecker released a statement Monday saying they were reviewing the indictment and discussing the issues it raised.

We will have additional comment at the appropriate time. Just days before the slayings, Keith Caneiro had sent an email to business associates saying that money was missing from the business, according to an affidavit released with the indictment. In the email, Keith said he would be discontinuing payments intended for Paul, until he could locate the missing money.

The email was forwarded by Keith to a man identified in court records as "C. Allison went on to criticize the Dallas Police Department for their handling of the murder investigation and urged the congregation to try make Dallas better. You saw a contaminated crime scene, you saw deletion of evidence by persons in high offices. You saw turning off of body cams and saw cameras in the vehicles,' she said.

The most hurtful part is for me that even after he was shot, he was left to die. I will leave my forgiveness for Amber to myself.

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God knows my heart. Kemp handed over her own personal Bible to Guyger before she was taken away to begin her prison sentence. Judge Tammy Kemp embraced Guyger left and gave her her Bible just moments after also hugging Jean's mother Allison right.

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Critics also blasted Judge Kemp, who is black, calling her embrace of Guyger inappropriate and deeply offensive. Guyger was sentenced on Wednesday by the same jury that convicted her a day earlier of murdering Jean. She was off duty from the Dallas Police Department but still in uniform when she fatally shot the year-old accountant in his own home in September Guyger said she mistook Jean's apartment for her own, which was one floor below, and that she thought he was an intruder when she opened fire.

Following an emotional six-day trial, prosecutors had urged the jury to give a punishment of no less than 28 years, which is how old Jean would have been if he was still alive. Guyger's defense attorneys had asked them to show leniency because she believed she was in her own apartment and acted out of fear. Botham Jean's parents have spoken of the harrowing moment they were forced to watch body cam footage of their dying son after he was shot by Amber Guyger and say they will never be able to the image out of their minds.

The footage had been played a day earlier but Jean's family left the courtroom before it was shown. Judge Tammy Kemp asked to see the video again the next day but forgot to warn his parents. Botham Jean's parents Allison and Bertrum spoke to Dr Phil of the harrowing moment they were forced to watch body cam footage of their dying son after he was shot by Amber Guyger.

He went to prison for killing a man. Police say he was shot dead by that man's brother Downtown.

Allison said she heard a lull and assumed the footage had been stopped because there was no sound. It is was really disturbing because it was exactly what I didn't want to relive. I didn't want to see him in that state,' she said.

Botham Jean's brother forgives, hugs convicted murderer Amber Guyger

When Dr Phil asked how many times Allison had seen the image in her head since, she replied: 'Over and over'. A heartbreaking image emerged during Guyger's murder trial in Dallas last week of the victim's parents, Bertrum and Allison Jean, cowering and covering their ears in the courtroom when the footage was played.

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Officers could be seen running towards the apartment as Guyger screamed out that she was off-duty. Guyger was standing near the front door when the officers arrived and could be heard saying: 'I thought it was my apartment'. The footage showed the two officers immediately rendering CPR to Jean who was shown lying on the floor surrounded by blood. His sister said it was somewhat comforting to know Jean was unconscious at the time and may not have been suffering in pain. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

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