HOUSTON (AP) — A young woman says she begged her uncle "please don't hurt us" before he fatally shot her parents and four siblings and shot her in the head in their suburban Houston home.
Cassidy Stay testified Tuesday at the capital murder trial of Ronald Lee Haskell, who is accused in the July 2014 attack. Stay, who was 15 at the time, survived by playing dead.
Haskell had been married to one of Stay's aunts. Prosecutors allege Haskell wanted to hurt his ex-wife's family after their divorce.
Haskell's attorneys say he admits to the killings but that he wasn't responsible because he was insane at the time.