Amy Leann Hall Murders Her 2 Teens

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Amy Leann Hall is a killer from Oklahoma who was convicted of the execution murders of her two teens

According to court documents Amy Leann Hall would fatally shoot her 18-year-old son, Kayson Toliver, and 16-year-old daughter, Kloee Toliver while the two teens slept. Hall would also shoot her fourteen year old daughter who thankfully survived

Amy Leann Hall would then lead police on a high speed chase before finally she was taken into custody

Hall would tell police the reason behind the two murders and attempted murder was that she was attempting to save her children from their abusive father

Amy Leann Hall would be arrested, plead guilty to two counts of murder plus attempted murder and would be sentenced to life in prison. For some reason she would be ordered to serve her life sentence at a federal prison where there is no parole

Amy Leann Hall Case

An Oklahoma woman accused of brutally killing her 18-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter will spend the rest of her life behind bars, a judge ruled on Monday.

District Judge Ronald A. White ordered Amy Leann Hall to serve two sentences of life in a federal penitentiary for the 2018 slayings of her 18-year-old son, Kayson Toliver, and 16-year-old daughter, Kloee Toliver.

She was also sentenced to an additional 20 years in prison for shooting her 14-year-old daughter. The teen managed to survive the shooting.

The charges stem after Hall pleaded guilty on Nov. 28, 2022.

Hall’s cold-hearted murders of her teens happened at the family’s Oklahoma home on Nov. 1, 2018.

Authorities said that while her children slept, the 38-year-old entered her 18-year-old son’s room and shot him in the head while he slept.

Hall proceeded to the bedroom of her 16- and 14-year-old daughters, and shot both in the head as they slept.

The 14-year-old survived, while Kloee never regained consciousness and died from her injuries four days later at the hospital.

Her murder plan was interrupted after Hall left the scene in a vehicle.

She led police on a wild car chase, reaching speeds close to 100 mph until police stopped her several miles from the home.

Police then took her into custody.

Hall claimed she was trying to “save” her children from their abusive father, police said.

She said she also intended to kill herself.

Hall said that she and the children’s father were separated, and engaged in a two-year custody battle.

In Oct. 2018, Hall filed an emergency order asking for temporary sole custody of the children. In 2016, the father claimed that Hall was mentally unstable and was psychologically abusive to the children.

Officials told FOX 23 they had previously responded to the home on domestic calls, but nothing had led to any arrests.

Kayson was a standout running back on the Beggs High School Golden Demons football team, the Tulsa World reported. He led the offense in what was his senior season with 580 yards and five touchdowns.

Toliver was also named a National Honor Society student in June, according to the paper.

“The horrific violence visited upon this family was unimaginable, and nothing will ever make things right,” U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Christopher J. Wilson said in a statement. “Nevertheless, justice requires a careful consideration of all facts, including the interests of the surviving victim. Based on these considerations, the United States recommended a life sentence be imposed in this case.”

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