Cruel teenagers pose with guns on Facebook after shooting & killing young mom

In an absolutely horrifying case, two 14-year-old Pennsylvania boys allegedly shot and killed a young mother after getting into a verbal argument over a pack of cigarettes. Now police are on the hunt for the suspects who, just hours after committing the crime, had the gall to post pictures of themselves holding guns on Facebook!

Isn't that just awful? I can't even that believe kids this young are capable of such a senseless act.

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Authorities are searching for Marcus Velasquez and Todavia Cleckley, both of whom have gotten into trouble with the law before and will now be charged as adults for fatally shooting 22-year-old mom, Kayla Peterson. Apparently, the teens followed Peterson from a nearby store and asked her for cigarettes. After getting into a disagreement, one of the teens pulled out a gun and shot the young mom. Peterson was taken to the hospital, but died from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen two hours later.  

Meanwhile, the suspects were seemingly unfazed by their horrifying crime, even taking to Facebook to proudly post pictures of themselves with guns. So sickening!

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A third teenager, 13-year-old Kyle Goosby, has already been taken into custody and is charged with conspiracy to commit homicide

I am utterly appalled by this story. I just don't understand how such young teenagers could have done something like this. Why did they even have guns in the first place? And how could they be so heartless as to take someone's life away (a mother, no less), over a pack of cigarettes?  Because of them and their horrid actions, Peterson's baby and family will have to live the rest of their life with this tremendous loss. My heart truly goes out to her loved ones and I just hope that the cops find these two monsters so that justice can be served.   

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