A Utah man married to three women, allegedly sent two of his wives to murder a teenage girl, one whom he had been convicted of sexually abusing.
Kain Blackwing, 47, had earlier conspired with his wives. The polygamist ninjas stormed their home in West Jordan dressed as ninjas and armed to the teeth with deadly weapons like guns, knives, syringes etc.
The young teenager was to testify in court against Blackwing in four days time, before the attack. Blackwing will now face fresh court charges in addition to his previous conviction two years ago.
Blackwing’s half-brother who happens to be the fiance of the teenager’s mother. fought hard against the polygamist ninjas, blocking every of their moves with the fiance’s sword.
She came at me with a stun gun, and I instinctively blocked it with my arm, and I hit her in the head, then proceeded to jump on top of her,
the fiance recalled to KUTV
NY DailyNews further reports:
The two ninjas turned out to be Raven Blackwing, 22, and a 19-year-old woman — both “sister-wives” of Blackwing. The engaged couple told police they recognized the attackers, even with the ninja disguises
The ninjas told police Blackwing instructed them to kill the girl because he believed “the authorities would have to release him” if she died, charging documents say. They plotted the attempted murder for 11 weeks, using a code where the killing was called “playing a video game.” They referred to their targets with names like “Juggernaut,” “Boss” and “Guards.”
Both sister-wives were convicted of charges for aggravated burglary, aggravated assault and retaliation against a witness or victim. The teenage sister-wife was sentenced to probation, and Raven Blackwing was sentenced to up to 15 years in Utah State Prison.
New charges for Blackwing, who is already in jail, arrived Thursday. He was charged with solicitation for aggravated murder, conspiracy to commit aggravated murder and attempted aggravated murder — all felonies.
Blackwing is already embroiled in yet another pending case against him for his relationship with the younger sister-wife convicted for the attempted murder.
He met that woman when she was 17 and started a sexual relationship with her, police said. Blackwing allegedly told the woman to call him “Lord” and that “if he ever bonded with a woman she became his and the only way out of the relationship was death,” charging documents state.
He eventually claimed her as one of his wives.
For that case, Blackwing faces charges of rape, forcible sodomy and forcible sexual abuse, and he is scheduled for a court hearing Feb. 28.