Startling Disclosures in Delphi Murder Case: Allegations of Teenagers’ Ritualistic Sacrifice

In a surprising turn of events in the Delphi murder case, the accused’s attorneys have made a shocking claim that the two teenage victims were ‘ritually sacrificed’ by members of a pagan Norse religion and white nationalist group called ‘Odinism.’

This revelation has added another layer of complexity to the already complicated case.

The victims, Liberty German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, were brutally murdered while hiking through Indiana’s Delphi Historic Trails on February 13, 2017. The main suspect in the case is Richard Allen, 50, who was arrested last year.

However, Allen’s legal team is now challenging the evidence collected during a search of his home, arguing that authorities failed to disclose crucial information linking the murders to Odinism.

The defense attorneys have submitted unsealed legal documents stating that the girls were ‘ritualistically sacrificed’ by members of Odinism, a pagan Norse religion hijacked by white nationalists.

They argue that the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit found evidence suggesting the involvement of individuals with Nordic beliefs in the homicides. However, they claim that the authorities leading the investigation refused to arrest or properly investigate these obvious suspects due to incompetence or intentional oversight.

The defense also alleges that the police ignored other potential suspects linked to Odinism.

They point to a man from Logansport who posted social media images resembling the runes found at the crime scene shortly after the murders. Despite his suspicious behavior, he was cleared as a suspect within 30 days.

Furthermore, the defense argues that there is no evidence linking Allen to Odinism or any other pagan religions or white nationalist groups. They argue that no forensic evidence connects Allen to the crime scene and insist that the police overlooked ‘Odiniate suspects.’

The defense’s argument also includes claims of a cover-up. They allege that a former top police officer sent a letter to prosecutor Nick McCleland, mentioning men who practiced Odinism in or near Delphi with another group in Rushville.

However, this information was allegedly withheld from the defense, which they argue is crucial for Richard Allen’s defense.

In a chilling detail, the filings state that ‘runes’ made out of ‘sticks, tree branches,’ and an ‘F’ symbol using Liberty German’s blood were left around the girls’ bodies. According to the defense, this evidence points to a ritualistic sacrifice associated with Odinism.

This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.

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