The D.C. mansion murder suspect reportedly identified with forensic evidence on a pizza crust at the crime scene doesn’t even enjoy eating pizza, an attorney hired by the family of Daron Wint told the Daily News. Robin Ficker, who said he completed a two-hour consultation with Wint, 34, on Saturday at the D.C. Central Detention Center, sliced into official accounts of the alleged quadruple homicide in an interview with the News. “He doesn’t like pizza, he doesn’t order pizza,” Ficker said. “If you don’t like pizza and you’re holding people hostage in a house, aren’t you going to look in the refrigerator for something else?” Police arrested Wint on May 21 in connection with the brutal murders of American Iron Works CEO Savvas Savopoulos, 46, his wife, Amy Savopoulos, 47, the couple’s 10-year-old son, Philip Savopoulos, and the family’s housekeeper, Vera Figueroa, 57. The family members and their domestic helper allegedly spent a day trapped inside the Savopoulos’ home in the tony Woodley Park neighborhood, and firefighters found their lifeless bodies on May 14 when witnesses reported a fire emanating from the $4.5 million house. But Ficker, who has represented Wint in past cases on the ex-con’s long rap sheet… Read full this story
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