Man Accused Of Poisoning Banker Says He’s Innocent Of That But Has Done Far Worse Things
A man accused in the poison death of local banker Stephen Thompson says he’s innocent of the crime, while acknowledging he has committed other atrocities that may be more horrible in scope.
“No, no, I didn’t commit that murder,” he told police in a recording released to the public.
“Don’t get me wrong, I’ve committed crimes. Awful, horrible crimes. Things that would make you sick to your stomach hearing about,” he said..
“I mean, really really really brutal things. Disgusting. I won’t go too much into detail but I know I will burn in hell for my sins,” he said.
“But kill this banker? No, that wasn’t me,” he added.
Pasadena Police Chief Lou Williams held a news conference in which he took several breaks to go to a nearby taco stand.
“Yeah…he wasn’t our man,” he said with a taquito in hand.
“Tough break in the case. But sometimes crimes are like taquitos. Hard on the outside, and soft, gooey, and oh so heavenly beany on the inside,” he told reporters.
Williams says police will continue to search for new leads in the case. In the meantime, Thompson is glad to hear he is no longer a suspect.
“When the cops showed up, I thought it was all over. I was actually kind of relieved, in a way, to know I will finally be punished for those atrocities I committed,” he told The Pasadenoid.
“But I guess for now it’s just another day of only me knowing what happened on that ranch. And how those chinese finger traps got involved. And where all of the bodies are.”