Fugitive Suspect in Double Murder Case Confesses Innocence in Video Message

Fugitive Suspect in Double Murder Case Confesses Innocence in Video Message

And while Brown is being interrogated by San Pedro Police, the other suspect, Christian Espat, remains on the lam.  Espat is no stranger to crimes and our news archives, as he was the man fingered back in 2019 for the double murder of 53-year-old, Mario Graniel Junior and American National, Dr. Paul Swank.  As a matter of fact, as recent as last week Espat was in police custody after an operation that yielded several firearms and ammunition.  With all that history in place, tonight Espat is declaring innocence.  Espat’s family released a video recording late last night with Espat confessing that he has fled the island, but that he had nothing to do with the murders.

Christian Espat, Wanted by Police: “My name is Christian Espat. I am sending this video to the media to clear my name because the police are accusing me of a triple murder I didn’t commit. The reason I’m not in the island at this moment because last week Thursday the police tortured me, threatened me to the point that I no longer could take the pain. I’m not running and I’m not hiding from the law. I just came to the doctor to see if the police didn’t do any permanent damage to my head. I don’t know why they’re accusing me of this triple murder because I know I didn’t have any misunderstanding and no problem withe Delmar Rodriguez. I never threatened him or his family. Worse had any drug related conflicts with him.”

Sister of Christian Espat: “Following are pictures of how my brother was left after the police -“

Yesterday, Police Commissioner Williams indicated that the manhunt is on for Espat.

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