By Hallie Woods • For Loveland Connection • May 5, 2009
The two young children of a Loveland man accused of killing a process server testified that their father said he would “get them out of here” minutes before he stabbed his daughter twice and strangled both children.
James Whitler’s son, 11, and daughter, 13, whose names Loveland Connection is withholding, avoided making eye contact with their father Monday as they gave their accounts of what happened the day process server Stephen Allen was beaten to death.
Whitler is accused of fatally beating Allen with a baseball bat May 28, 2008, after Allen and Lisa Whitler served Whitler with divorce papers and a restraining order.
Whitler allegedly then turned on his two children.
Both children said their father had “planted in their mind” that their mother was a terrible person who was ruining their family...
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Whitler's children take the stand in process server murder trial