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An Illinois couple who took part in a gruesome 2013 murder initially wanted to have sex next to the bodies, but struggled to do so after what they had done set in. 

Joshua Miner, Alisa Massaro, Alan Landerman, and Bethany McKee were all charged with murdering Terrance Rankins and Eric Glover in Joliet, Ill. last January. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, a police interview where the suspects explained what happened was played in court yesterday. Miner said the initial plan was to rob Rankins and Glover, but that McKee refused at the last minute. He also explained that having sex in close proximity to the bodies was Massaro's idea: 

She’s like, Let’s have sex, Miner said in the video. And I was like, Let’s have sex on the bodies.

Later he said it was not on them, but next to them. Nevertheless, performance issues got in the way, he said.

According to the Sun-Times, Miner and Massaro eventually realized that what they were doing was "weird" (or downright disgusting), and they were unable to continue having sex. Massaro was sentenced to 10-years in prison after pleading guilty to robbery and concealing homicidal death. What's more, she agreed to testify against Miner, Landerman, and McKee. 

This is all very disturbing.

[via Chicago Sun-Times]

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