The parents of Paul Merhige, the man who went on a Thanksgiving Day shooting rampage in 2009 killing a six-year-old girl and three family members, cannot be held accountable for his actions.
A new lawsuit has been filed in the wake of the Jupiter Thanksgiving Day massacre where four people were killed including a six-year-old girl.
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a holiday where families get together and celebrate the good times but for a South Florida family, it’s a day of sorrow and pain.
A South Florida man who gunned down four of his relatives in a Jupiter home last Thanksgiving was depressed and controlled by obsessive compulsive rituals, according to recently released medical records.
Paul Merhige, the South Florida man jailed for a 2009 Thanksgiving shooting rampage that left four family members dead including a 6-year-old girl, has changed his plea to guilty in exchange for seven consecutive life sentences, sparing him the death penalty.
Patrick Knight, whose wife was killed during a Thanksgiving shootout, has filed a lawsuit against the parents of the suspect, Paul Merhige.
A trial date has been set for the South Florida man charged with killing four family members on Thanksgiving Day in 2009.
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a holiday where families get together and celebrate the good times but for a South Florida family, it’s a day of sorrow and pain. One year ago on Thanksgiving, Paul Michael Merhige shattered the lives of his family, when he opened fire at his cousin’s Thanksgiving dinner in Jupiter and killed four family members including a 6-year-old girl.