Two of the men in the Missouri family accused of sexually abusing children are still in need of legal representation, and they'll be in Lafayette County court at 10 a.m. today to sort it out.
A Missouri judge has asked Burrell Mohler Jr. and Roland Mohler to lawyer up, but the men have yet to hire their defense attorneys, KCTV 5 reports.
In November, news broke that the daughters of Burrell Mohler Jr. claimed that their father forced them to kidnap, kill and bury a 300-pound man in Independence when they were young children.
Also among the allegations:
Mohler Jr.'s daughters claimed that their father sexually abused them and claimed to be their father's "bad twin."
The sisters also allege that when they were young children, they were forced to lay on a bed with their wrists bound. Then they were vaginally and anally penetrated by three men believed to be their grandfather, Burrell Mohler Sr.; their father, Burrell Mohler Jr.; and Roland Mohler.