Father Who Killed Daughter's Boyfriend Is Not A Hero, Victim's Mother Says

Chrissie Marie

Andrew Sorensen's mother says her son's killer is not a hero.Image by Washing State Police/Missing Persons report

Several weeks ago, media circulated a story about a determined father who rescued his teenage daughter from alleged Seattle sex traffic ring, then took a brutal revenge against her boyfriend, Andrew Sorensen. With the information the concerned dad had about his daughter's boyfriend, it led him to believe he sold her into bondage, and he decide to take justice in his own hands by killing him.

The 60-year-old father reportedly put the body in the trunk of a car, where he stayed for a year before being discovered. The parents of Andrew looked for their son for a year, feeling confident he would eventually pop up and let them know he was okay.

John Eisenman, the concerned dad, is a facing first-degree murder charge. Many people would call the dad a hero, but the victim's mother says he isn't a hero, but a murderer and she hopes he pays for "taking her precious disabled son from her."

The family of the victim released a statement about Andrew's murder, NBC Q6 reported. "Andrew came into our home as a foster child. He was just 6 months old. He was born with cerebral palsy, autism, and diagnosed developmentally delayed. Our family has been especially compassionate and loving towards him for these reasons. He was extra special to us all."

The mother told NBC News Eisenman made up the story about Andrew selling his daughter to bondage to get sympathy and walk away from a long prison sentence. She said she can't stay quiet any longer and watch the Eisenman family demonize her son. She clarified her son had no ties to any sex traffic ring.

"He was a disable kid. He didn't have the capability to [sic] sex traffic anyone," Randy Sorensen said. The boy's father added he and his wife were told by the police and lawyers not to commit on the case until the investigation is over.

Theresa, the victim's mother, said the teenage girl and her son had been friends for many years and it was "upsetting" for her to learn the details about her son's death on the news. She continued there is much more that will come out about the case, and people shouldn’t be quick to label Eisenman a hero.

“Claims by his confessed killer have been very hurtful and only added to our family’s grief. The word ‘alleged’ means of an incident without proof. It has already been reported: Both the FBI and Washington State Patrol said there is no sex trafficking investigation into the victim," the Sorensen family statement read.

According to Yahoo News, the Washington State Police are not investigating Andrew Sorensen's involvement in a sex trafficking ring. The only report that came across their desk was missing persons.The FBI released a similar statement saying,“The agency does not comment on the nonexistence of any investigation."

Sorensen has a minor criminal record, but not for sex trafficking. In 2020, Andrew plead guilty to fourth-degree assault, marijuana possession, and possession of marijuana with the intent to sell.

Police took Eisenman into custody on October 29 after police recovered a stolen vehicle with Sorensen's decomposed body inside the trunk. When questioned by police after his arrest, he told the authorities he found out his daughter had been kidnapped and sold to a sex traffic ring for $1,000, and Andrew was the responsible party. Just before Sorensen's death, he learned his whereabouts, and he ambushed him.

“During that encounter, Eisenman abducted the victim, tying him up and placing him in the trunk of a vehicle. Eisenman subsequently assaulted the victim by hitting him in the head with a cinder block and then stabbed him repeatedly, causing his death. After the homicide, Eisenman drove the vehicle to a remote area in North Spokane County and abandoned the car with the body still inside.”

The victim's mother said her son had a below average IQ and it would never occur to him to seduce a woman and sell her into a sex ring. Do you think John Eisenman is a hero? Tell me what you think in the comments section below. Don't forget to follow me for more crime news.

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