An American man murdered his teenage daughter’s boyfriend after learning that the young man sold her to traffickers to prostitute her. His story caused a stir in the community and many even considered him a hero for defending the minor.
But the parents of the murdered young man affirm that their son was born with autism and cerebral palsy, so that, due to his condition, he would not have the intellectual capacity to traffic with anyone, so they assure that everything is a strategy of the murderer to get rid of to pay a long prison sentence.
As reported The Spokesman Review, Aaron Sorenson’s body was found in an abandoned car a year after the 19-year-old went missing. Neighbors alerted to the incident and the vehicle search led them to John Eisenman, who officially said that his fiancée’s car had been stolen.
However, according to information from The Independent, Eisenman ended up confessing that he kidnapped the young Sorenson to end up hitting his head with a cement block and repeatedly stabbing him to death. In her statement, he claimed that he did everything for revenge, since he mentioned that the young man sold her daughter to sex traffickers, from where he managed to rescue her from her so that she could return home.
The murderer’s fiancée and stepdaughter confessed that they began to raise funds to pay for his defense, while in different statements to the American press they said they were proud of what this father had done for his daughter.
Although, according to the first investigations, the detectives affirm that they do not have any independent fact that is verifiable that the young Sorenson really has sexually trafficked with his girlfriend. In addition, it was revealed that the murderer himself confessed that he was high on methamphetamine when he killed Andrew Sorenson and that he used it daily at that time.
As the investigation progresses, the story of the father who took justice into his own hands is losing strength. In addition, according to what former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani told The Independenteven if the murderer was telling the truth, justice by one’s own hand cannot be tolerated in a civilized society, so this murder must be judged as such.