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White Teens have 3-way atop dead Black men

Four White teens in Joliet, IL are accused of strangling two young Black men to death then heinously engaging in three-way sex on top of their dead bodies.
Adam M. Landerman, 19, Bethany L. Mckee, 18, Joshua F. Miner, 24, and Alisa R. Massaro, 18, invited both Terrance O. Rankins and Eric Glover over to a party which was said to be a lure to rob them of cash.
Necrophiliac mugshots

Bethany McKee, top left; Adam Landerman, top right; Joshua Miner, bottom left and Alisa Massaro, bottom right

By// Mariah Craddick

The most disturbing news you will read today: four White teens in Joliet, IL have been accused of strangling two young Black men to death then heinously engaging in three-way sex on top of their dead bodies.

According to Patch.com, Adam M. Landerman, 19, Bethany L. Mckee, 18, Joshua F. Miner, 24, and Alisa R. Massaro, 18, invited both Terrance O. Rankins and Eric Glover over to a party which was said to be a lure to rob them of cash. The victims were then strangled to death; no rope or chord was used.

“I think you need to know that this is one of the most brutal, heinous, really upsetting things that [I’ve seen] in 27 years of law enforcement,” police chief Mike Trafton told Patch.com. “After the homicides were committed, they continued the party atmosphere, I guess I would say, without getting into it any further.”

According to court documents, Miner allegedly told authorities that his girlfriend Massaro fantasized about having sex with a copse and he wanted to fulfill her fantasy. So he tied the lifeless bodies of Rankins and Glover up in beige sheets so that they could lie atop them. Massara then engaged in sex with Miner and Landerman. Landerman is the son of Joliet Police Sgt. Julie Landerman.

All four suspects are currently being held in the Will County jail with a  $10 million bond.

What kind of drugs were these people on? Or are there really just these kind of sick people in the world? Sadly, it’s probably a combination of both.

Head over to Patch.com to read more about the case.