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VA: Man who beat Norfolk family with bat pleads guilty
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"Krista Ermen could not describe how she felt watching the man who beat her with a baseball bat plead guilty." ...

"During breakfast with the girls on the day he was to return the children to their mother, he said he hated the Ermens' father, Matt, and 'was going to get a bat and kill everybody.'"

"He later said he didn't mean it. But he pulled an aluminum baseball bat from the back of the car when he took the children to their mother's home across the street from the Ermens' house." ...

"Matt and Sean Ermen finally subdued Marsh by hitting him with an unloaded pistol. ..." [emphasis added] ...

"A protective order barred him from contact with [Kimberly] except to 'facilitate visitation' ..." ...

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