WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR-- The Rogers man accused of killing his two sons, pleaded guilty in court on Monday. But in an exclusive interview, the boys' mother says justice still hasn't been served. Prosecutors charged Travis Fox with two counts of Capital Murder. This comes after police responded to the death of his seven-month-old son in march of 2013 as well as the 2011 death of his six-month-old child. Monday, a judge sentenced him to two life sentences without parole; one for each child. Earlier this year, KNWA's Liz Hogan sat down with the boys' mother, Tiffany Bresler, for her first in-depth interview about this case. "No father, in their right state of mind, would do something like that to their kid if they loved them," said Bresler. "He deserves the death penalty. My kids didn't get a chance to live, to have their life, to enjoy life. What makes it right for him even though he's locked up? What makes it right for him to have a life in prison?" On Monday, we asked Tiffany how she felt about the latest developments in the case against Travis. "My children aren't here so justice really isn't served," says Bresler. "They didn't get to live a full life, but he still gets to live life in prison without parole, and that's not fair." Bresler is now divorced from Travis Fox. Back in September, she gave birth to his third child. That child remains in state custody. Tiffany says she's fighting to get him back.
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