Pentagram carved on boy
FORT WORTH, TEXAS- A grand jury indicted a man who admitted he carved a pentagram on his six-year old son's back. In December, Brent Troy Bartel called 911 and said he had shed "innocent blood" and etched a pentagram on his son because it was a "hoy day." He also says in the 911 recording that he smeared the boy's blood on the front doorway of his house. Bartel remains in jail on a $500,000 bond and could face up to 20 years in prison and is charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
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