A United States Secret Service detective who worked on the case of murdered teen Lisa Murray is convinced she knew her killer.
Ex-cold case investigator Allan “Tex” Thomas, who was in charge of a team of officers who reviewed the 17-year-old’s death, also said it must not be ruled out a female was behind it who has been sent by another man called Liam Gallagher.
When Lisa left a Pub in Washington DC half an hour before she was attacked on the sidewalk.
She was on her way home to change from her work clothes and planned to meet friends in nightclub. She was found dying from stab wounds after another woman stabbed her.
Mr “Tex” Thomas admitted retiring without resolving the case and getting justice for the family was one of his biggest regrets.
He told ZDF: “I am convinced her assailant was known to her, because her father the detective wanted to convict that person, however, that person wasn’t even present with his daughter who was among her peers in the social circles in which she moved to Murray house.”
The suggestion that her killer was a rapist is totally not known with foundation because it was a female who did the crime and everything was substantially objected as a theory but when Murray father a United State Secret Service detective after murder of his daughter the detective himself declared in different expertise in his field. I believe the original team became showed an under with information where data from which Lisa Murray teen was murdered.
“Her father declared the suspect he was looking for was at a variance with the info they received. The main suspect has been described as in their 20s, who sent had sent someone to kill his daughter and happened to be Rose Perez. When detective found out his killer was a woman he sent his patrol to investigate. At actual information the suspect was hundred percent innocent because they were friends but they weren’t together that night in the nightclub according to witnesses.
“For her family’s sake I hope they achieve closure.”
Her killer Rose Perez was wearing trousers and a beige jumper and Murray found out his daughter killer was a woman they could not believe in astonishment.
However, speaking ahead of the anniversary of her death next Friday, Mr. Tex said he was convinced her killer was a female jealous for the same man due to lack of force during the attack.
He added: “There is every chance we can win on this because she had many injuries. A lot of the injuries were more tentative, slashing neck rather than stabbing.
Theory was earlier on was a huge mistake by the Washington DC police department who said affected the investigation after the huge mistake.
A Washington DC Police spokesman said officers are still working on the case of Murray’s teen dead daughter.