Paris Bennett a Psychopath stabbed his four-year-old sister Ella in 2007.
He was a teenage boy when he killed her but because he was so young when he killed her he could soon be released in the future.
Viewers who watched tonights ITV documentary Psychopath with Piers Morgan left many calling it one if the ‘most chilling interview’
Piers Morgan interviewed Paris Bennett aged 25 who stabbed his four-year-old sister Ella in 2007 when he was a teenage mum because he simply wanted to spite his mum.
He wanted to take both of her children away to simply upset her when he was aged just 13.
The child genius Bennett planned the murder or his sister with a kitchen knife 17 times.
Due to the nature of the killings he has been diagnosed as a calculated psychopath and is currently serving a 40-year prison sentence.
But because he killed aged just 13-years-old that means he could be released within the 5 years.
Bennett is so dangerous that Morgan was not allowed to be in the same room as him during the interview due to the fear he would be killed.
Bennett simply wanted to murder his sister so he could cause and inflict pain and misery upon his mum.
Attempting to explain why he killed Ella he said: “I knew that by doing so I could hurt my mother in the worst possible way,” adding: “I found a way to take away both her children in one fell swoop.”
When asked whether he could describe his little sister, Paris said: “We could sit here and talk all day about my feelings for my sister,” adding: “I love her, I love her with every fibre of my being.”
Charity has stood by her son even though she fears that when he gets out, Paris could still harbour violent intentions towards her.
Prior to the interview, she told Piers: “He’ll [Paris] will be nice, personable, polite. He is very charming when he wants to be. I mean he is a psychopath.”
Showing Paris a picture of Ella as the interview came to a close, the psychopath remarked: “I feel like I don’t deserve to be shown that picture.
“I am the reason why every picture of my sister is only of her as a girl, I’m the reason there are no pictures of her aged five or six or beyond. I don’t deserve to look at that picture.”
Bennett is extremely likely to be released from prison because he is soon allowed to apply for parole.
He is allowed to so because he has been in prison since he was 14 meaning minimum sentence is nearly over.
Experts believe despite years behind prison that his behaviour and body language thought Paris was unable to feel any empathy and was still dangerous.