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Tara Fowler
September 14, 2015 09:55 AM

Mitchelle Blair, the Detroit mother who admitted to killing two of her children and stashing their bodies in her freezer, has said she has no regrets.

In an exclusive jailhouse interview with Crime Watch Daily, Blair showed little emotion when asked why she piled the bodies of 13-year-old Stoni Blair and 9-year-old Stephen Berry on top of each other.

“I only had one deep freezer,” she says in an exclusive clip of the interview, which can be viewed above. “Where is she going to go?”

Blair, 36, was sentenced to life in prison in July after pleading guilty to murdering her children a few weeks earlier. She brazenly told the court at the time, “I don’t feel no remorse for the death of them demons.”

She still stands by that proclamation, telling Crime Watch Daily host Matt Doran: “At first, I cried but I would kill them again,” adding, “There were no other options.”

Blair claimed that she did it because the two children were abusing her younger child. However, she admitted in court that she never saw the abuse take place.

“I wish I could call her the crazy woman,” Doran tells PEOPLE of his sit-down with Blair. “But it was the opposite. She was just calm. She was really, really composed.”

While in court earlier this year, Blair detailed the horrific abuse that her children suffered at her hands, saying she “definitely meant to kill” her daughter, Stoni. She confessed to punching the teen, suffocating her, throwing scalding water on her and then hitting her over the head until she died.

As for her son, Stephen, Blair insisted his death was unintentional, though she admitted that her actions led to him dying. “His skin came off,” she said, describing how she burned him with hot water on his genitals. She also admitted to kicking him, punching him, forcing him to drink Windex and lifting him with a belt wrapped around his neck.

Crime Watch Daily premieres on Monday. You can catch Blair’s interview on Wednesday and watch more true crime investigations and shocking crimes caught on video at CrimeWatchDaily.com.

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