Heartbroken relatives of the 11-month, Octavius, and 3-year-old boys, Daishawn Fleming, found fatally stabbed in an overflowing bathtub say their mother, Dimone “Brenda” Fleming, suspected of killing them, is obsessed with 'demons' KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, November 28, 2022

Heartbroken relatives of the 11-month, Octavius, and 3-year-old boys, Daishawn Fleming, found fatally stabbed in an overflowing bathtub say their mother, Dimone “Brenda” Fleming, suspected of killing them, is obsessed with 'demons'

Heartbroken relatives of the 11-month and 3-year-old boys found fatally stabbed in an overflowing bathtub say their mother, suspected of killing them, is obsessed with 'demons'.

 

Octavius and his 3-year-old sibling, Daishawn Fleming, were found repeatedly stabbed in the neck and torso Saturday night, November 26 in a family shelter on Echo Place near the Grand Concourse in Mount Hope, Brooklyn, New York, police sources said.

 
Police believe the boys’ mother, Dimone “Brenda” Fleming, stabbed them to death, though an autopsy will determine if the children died of their wounds or from drowning. Fleming, 22, is undergoing psychiatric care and has not yet been charged.
 
 
“They were beautiful children, and they did not deserve to die. It’s simple as that,” Beverly Hill, the paternal grandmother of 11-month-old victim Octavius Canada told the Daily News. 
 
“They were beautiful, and they had no reason to die.”

 
Octavius’ father, Columbus Canada, 31, told police he had been staying in his car after getting into a fight with Fleming the night before. He returned home Saturday night to find the lifeless bodies of the boys.

 
Octavius’ great aunt, Casey Canada, said Fleming had been talking obsessively about “demons.”
 
“She thought the kids were devils. She said she was afraid of them,” said Casey Canada, who looked after both boys and raised their father, Columbus Canada, like a second mother.
 
But Casey Canada was baffled as to why Fleming would allegedly take her children’s lives.
 
“She definitely loved them, for sure,” Casey Canada said. “That wasn’t fake.”

 
Fleming clashed with both her own relatives and Canada’s family, Casey Canada said.

 
“There wasn’t a moment I was around her she wasn’t loving with the children — but with adults, she could change in a moment,” the great-aunt said. “She just snapped.”
 
Fleming’s father, Dwane “Dee” Fleming, said he was skeptical about whether his daughter could have killed her children.. He also said he believes his daughter has postpartum depression, a condition the young mother had been hoping to treat."


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