YouTube video maker charged with killing parents and brother

A man who posted over 300 videos on YouTube, mostly dealing with his reviews and opinions on anime, has been arrested and charged this week with the murders of his own parents and his older brother. Click2Houston.com reports that Trey Sesler, 22, of Waller, Texas, is accused by police of taking a pistol and a semi-automatic rifle and shooting his parents, Lawton and Rhonda Sesler, and his brother Mark Sesler, at their home this week.

Trey Sesler started posting up videos on YouTube over five years ago which mostly concentrated on his reviews of various anime projects; in fact he called himself Mr. Anime in the videos. Some of his YouTube clips involve Sesler shooting rifles such as the one above. Other videos that he posted showed people acting like they were hit by gunfire.

His last video was posted last week where he said he had secured some kind of job involving the film industry.

Police say that at the site of the mass shootings, they found a note that they believe was written by Sesler where he apologized for the killings of his parents and brother. Police says they currently don't have a motive for this triple murder. However, they do claim they have evidence that Sesler was also planning to launch a mass killing of many more people in a public area.

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