Defense attorneys for Indiana murder suspect Richard Allen of Delphi assert their client’s innocence in the 2017 killing of Libby German and Abby Williams through court documents otherwise stating that the victims were killed by white nationalists as part of their ritual sacrifice.
Indiana Murder Suspect’s Attorneys Statements
The case of the two murdered teenagers trailed back to February 20217 when they were reportedly hiking at trail routes in Delphi, consequently, the next day their bodies were found in a wooded area where an autopsy revealed they were stabbed. A search warrant request in the subsequent month claimed that the bodies were “moved and staged” at the crime scene.
In the latest court filings by the Indiana murder suspect’s attorneys Andrew Baldwin and Brad Rozzi, they claimed that the Indiana murder suspect was an “innocent man” and had nothing to do with the murder. According to the documents, German and Williams’s death was practiced by Odinisim, members of the Pagan Norse religion robbed by white nationalists.
Further details from the document abort the Indiana murder suspect’s involvement in the case as sticks and tree branches were reportedly stuck at the girls’ bodies showing signs of runes- alphabetic symbols connected to the pagan religious cult. This angle, the attorneys said, was abandoned by investigators after the girls’ death.
The Other Side of Indiana Murder Suspect
Documents released in June stated that the Indiana murder suspect allegedly called his wife while in jail and admitted his crime multiple times adding that she immediately ended the call. There were also reports that the Indiana murder suspect also confessed to his mothers. Meanwhile, the Indiana murder suspect’s attorneys debunked this angle stating that they went to his prison a day after the call and found “psychotic symptoms” in him or what they described as “schizophrenic and delusional.” The attorneys also claimed that the Indiana murder suspect suffered “memory loss.”
The Indiana murder suspect was charged with the girls’ killings however he has pleaded not guilty. The Indiana murder suspect is set to be summoned on a trial in January.