The DISTURBING Secrets Of 'God's Misfits' Uncovered In Oklahoma Double Homicide Case

By Alan Hume | Wednesday, 17 April 2024 12:00 PM
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In a shocking revelation, the four individuals accused of the murder of Veronica Butler and Jilian Kelley, who disappeared in Oklahoma in late March, are allegedly members of an anti-government group known as "God’s Misfits," according to an affidavit.

As investigations continue, more information is coming to light about the circumstances surrounding the tragic demise of the two women.

The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) special agent, referencing a 16-year-old witness, stated in court documents that the group, which is said to have a "religious affiliation," conducted regular weekly meetings at the residence of two of the accused, Cole and Cora Twombly. However, when questioned by Fox News Digital, OSBI public information manager Hunter McKee refrained from providing further details about the group. The FBI Oklahoma City also did not respond immediately to an inquiry regarding the issue.

Butler, aged 27, and Kelley, aged 39, were last seen on March 30, on their way to pick up children. Their vehicle was later discovered abandoned near the Oklahoma-Kansas border, with police suspecting "foul play."

The affidavit, which was released this week following the arrests of the Twombleys, Tad Cullum, and Tifany Adams – all of whom are facing two counts of first-degree murder, among other charges – revealed that "Butler was embroiled in a contentious custody dispute with Tifany Adams over Butler’s two children," who were fathered by Adams’ son.

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The affidavit further stated that "An examination of the vehicle and the surrounding area revealed evidence of a severe injury. Blood was discovered on the roadway and the edge of the roadway. Butler’s glasses were also found in the roadway south of the vehicle, near a broken hammer. A pistol magazine was found inside Kelley's purse at the scene, but no pistol was found."

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The document also revealed that the custody dispute involving Butler began in February 2019, with numerous court hearings and appearances. In the weeks leading up to her death, "motions were filed requesting extended visitation for Butler." Kelley, the wife of a church pastor, was contacted by Butler to supervise the March 30 visitation.

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Butler’s attorney informed investigators that she was likely to be granted unsupervised visitation with her children at an upcoming hearing this Wednesday. However, instead of picking up the children that Saturday at an intersection in Texas County, Oklahoma, Butler and Kelley disappeared.

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The affidavit also revealed that the grandmother of the children’s father reported that he said in February she "didn’t have to worry about the custody battle much longer because Adams had it under control, that Adams knew the path the judge walked to work, and ‘we will take out Veronica at drop off.’" The father, investigators say, was at a rehab facility in Oklahoma City at the time of Butler and Kelley’s disappearance.

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The affidavit also alleges that Adams purchased five stun guns and three burner phones that were supposedly used in the plot to murder the women.

An interview with the 16-year-old daughter of the Twombleys, identified as CW, revealed that on March 30, Cora told her she and Cole "blocked the road to stop Butler and Kelley and divert them" to where Adams and Cullum were.

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"CW asked about Kelley and why she had to die and was told by Cora that she wasn’t innocent either, as she had supported Butler. CW asked Cora if their bodies were put in a well, and Cora replied, ‘something like that," the affidavit said.

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Two of the burner phones were eventually found at a pasture Cullum rented for cattle grazing, about 8.5 miles away from where the abandoned vehicle was found, according to investigators. There, a "hole had been dug and filled back in and then covered with hay," they said.

The OSBI says two bodies that were recently found in rural Texas County were pending investigation by a medical examiner. But McKee noted at a press conference Monday there is "no" chance Butler and Kelley are still alive.

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