Spokane man kills daughter’s boyfriend for selling her into sex trafficking ring
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John Eisenman; credit: The Spokesman-Review
Washington – John Eisenman of Spokane, 60, was arrested for killing his daughter’s boyfriend for selling her to a sex trafficking ring.
According to police, the groom’s remains were found in the trunk of a 1991 green Honda Accord abandoned in Spokane last month.
Authorities believe the groom, 20-year-old Andrew Sorenson, was murdered in November 2020 after Eisenman learned that his underage daughter had been trafficked in the greater Seattle area last year.
Eisenman rescued his daughter from forced prostitution and went after Sorenson.
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Eisenman had reportedly “obtained information” that Sorenson was responsible for the trafficking of his daughter, so he found a place in Airway Heights and waited for the boyfriend to arrive.
“During that encounter, Eisenman abducted the victim, tied him up, and placed him in the trunk of a vehicle. Subsequently, Eisenman assaulted the victim by hitting her on the head with a concrete block and then repeatedly stabbing him, resulting in his death, ”police said. “After the homicide, Eisenman drove the vehicle to a remote area in North Spokane County and left the car with the body still inside.”
According to Spokesman-Review, police arrested Eisenman on Friday and once in custody he confessed to killing Sorenson.
Eisenman was charged with first degree murder and is currently in jail on a $ 1 million bond.
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