Did former Colorado resident Mark Redwine kill his son, Dylan Redwine, after the boy saw compromising photos and confronted him?
According to the indictment against Redwine, who’s accused of killing his 13-year-old son, Dylan, in November 2014, compromising photos may have been the reason that the young boy lost his life. Not only did Dylan view the photos, but his older brother Corey did as well, and described them as “disgusting.”
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“I have seen the photos,” Corey told ABC Denver.
“It shows him wearing women’s clothes and makeup and a diaper and then eating his feces from the diaper. It was disgusting.” “We couldn’t believe it.”
Corey, however, said he thinks that the attack happened from a culmination of the things, including the photos that probably embarrassed Redwine and sent him into a fit of rage.
“I think Dylan had a lot more than just pictures that he wanted to get across to Mark. He’s [Mark Redwine] just a sick person, but he’s fully aware of his actions, and he’s fine with being that person. If that’s how he wants to live his life, then well, we can see where that gets you. He’s where he belongs.”
Former FBI profiler, Pete Klismet, who calls Redwine a “narcissist,” said that if the photos provoked the suspect, additional details will likely come out in court. He said he is certain the case will go to trial because Redwine will most likely plead not guilty.
“There is no question in my mind that this case will go to trial. Mark will not plead guilty because he’s a narcissist. He believes he can lie his way out of everything…..We’re talking about a guy that’s probably a registered psychopath narcissist. He thinks he is smarter than everyone else.”
Redwine was arrested on Saturday in Washington. He’s charged with second-degree murder and child abuse.
Cadaver dogs found Dylan’s blood in Redwine’s living room, on his couch, and in his truck. A search team found some of Dylan’s bones, a part of his shirt, a sock, and his shoestring in the countryside near Vallecito, Colorado, several months after he went missing. Later, they found his skull, which an anthropologist said showed signs of blunt force trauma and knife wounds.
Corey said that he knew all along that his father had something to do with his little brother’s disappearance. He’s glad that justice is finally coming.
“We didn’t know what the outcome would be, but we’ve always known that Mark was in some way, shape or form involved in this.”
Check back with Crime Online as the story continues to develop.
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