Tamoran Moore, a 23-year-old Texas resident, was taken into custody on Saturday by police and charged with first-degree murder after they uncovered the corpse of 81-year-old Leonard Foster in Moore’s home.
The incident began when a caller alerted police to Moore riding around in Foster’s car and removing trash bags from Foster’s home. Upon arriving at the residence, officers apprehended Moore and later discovered Foster’s body within the dwelling.
Moore attested that he thought Foster was engaging him in temptation, leading him to experience a sudden blackout and “Lucifer” is the one responsible for the death of Foster.
Experts declared that the victim had died from a blunt force trauma and a few cuts from the incident. Moore is currently detained in the Travis County Jail with a $1 million bond.
The brutal killing of an elderly man brings about many inquiries. Why would Moore allegedly kill Foster in the first place, and what was the deal with accusing “Lucifer” of committing this crime? Such an undertaking gives way to speculations that Moore was suffering with a mental illness or disregarded any effect of drugs or alcohol that could have been stimulating him to act with ferocity.
Irrespective of the actual reason, what happened to Leonard Foster is heartbreaking, and Moore has to pay for his claimed behavior. It’s of paramount importance to remember that Moore is entitled to a fair trial and is seen as innocent until proven guilty.