Etan Patz | Pedro Hernandez who confessed By Police that he admits to killed Etan Patz
By Ryan Ngala
During this kind of tragedy of a 6-year old boy that was never going to be seen by their parents on the date of Friday May 25, 1979, when he was going to school by himself as he was last seen at 8 a.m. now during an on going investigation by the NYPD police to find out who was responsible for the murdering of Etan Patz to bring justice and peace on behalf of Etan Patz’s Parents.
After years of talking, gossiping & confessing to the people he did admit to strangled a 6-year old child during a 1979 murder disappearance of Etan Patz he was taken into custody Thursday during a drive away car with his wife and daughter Rosemary and Becky but other than that the police still need enough evidence to prove that Pedro Hernandez is the man responsible for Etan Patz or otherwise it will be very hard for the police to track clues they might as well take Mr. Hernandez word for it.
But now police are also keeping on track to seek the remains of where the body of Etan Patz has been ended up but during a press conference NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly which he describes as Pedro Hernandez as a person of interest where he worked as a clerk on a former bodega store during the May 25th, 1979 incident of the disappearance for Etan Patz who insists to choke him to death after promising him for a can of soda not knowing that Etan Patz who will still live in 1979 will be last day living on this earth and whether the body would’ve be found it could and still be possible.
The residents who know Pedro Hernandez as a quiet, unfriendly person but they also him as the eye of the killer and he apologize to Stan and Julie Patz for murdering their unarmed child as it hope to bring justice and peace for their lost of a loving child who they missed dearly but seeing that now their beloved child is gone they are now seeking for revenge but not knowing that this isn’t over but it’s only just the beginning of this long and difficult way for the parents of Etan Patz as the case still continues from hear on.