Only on Fox the family of a man accused in an honor killing is speaking out for the first time.
This comes as 5 children fathered by 57 year old Ali Irsan remains in the custody of CPS.
The state agency is attempting to terminate Irsan’s parental rights.
He was arrested last year during a raid at hos Conroe home.
It was during that time when CPS took custody of Irsan’s 5 children ranging in ages from 3 to 17 years old.
Irsan wasn’t charged with the murders of Iranian activist Galareh Bagherzadeh and Coty Beavers until a year later.
Two of the Conroe resident’s sons were also arrested and charged with murder.
Irsan’s other son Niles Irsan spoke with Fox exclusively saying he wants his siblings back at home who have since been placed in two foster homes.
He says, “I’ve been trying to get this point across to them but we believe they’ve been told from higher ups not to even consider us and just to go through the adoption process and that’s where we are trying to figure out why and what we can do to become suitable in their eyes.”
J.D. Lambright, the Montgomery County Attorney, says the CPS trial to terminate Irsan’s parental rights is set for May.
Niles says he has a sixth sibling who is in adult protective services because she has cerebral palsy.
Irsan declined to comment on his father’s criminal case.