The murder of Abigail Williams and Liberty German, 13 and 14-year-old girls, dates back to 2017. Indeed, the dead bodies of the two girls were discovered in Indiana. A blurry photo of a man was released by police at the time. Only, no information on the subject had been disclosed to the general public. It was in the podcast “The Murder Sheet” that several court documents were revealed.

The papers claim that at least 15 people said they recognized the man. According to these people, it would be Ronald Logan, the owner of the property where the two teenagers died. The podcast also claims that Ronald Logan, who died in January 2020, lied to the police. When he was questioned by the police two days after the murder, he had simply pretended not to know anything. Only, the documents prove that he had asked his cousin to lie to the police on the morning of February 14, 2017. Ronald would have asked him to tell the police “to have come to pick him up at his house the day before and to have driven him to go shopping.” “Based on the experience of investigators, it is reasonable to believe that the creation of an alibi prior to the discovery of a crime indicates guilt or knowledge of the crime,” the report read.

Ronald Logan’s cell phone history played against him

An audio recording had also been released by the police where a man’s voice can be heard. This audio had been recovered from the laptop of one of the unfortunate victims. Cell phone history records showed Ronald Logan’s phone was in the area of ​​the Monon High Bridge and near the shore where the bodies were discovered, on February 13, 2017.

The podcast also talks about manipulations made at the crime scene. The killer would not only have tampered with the crime scene, but he would have even taken a souvenir. Reports point to the fact that the bodies had been placed in such a way as to confuse investigators.

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