Spokane dad killed man who sold his daughter for sex: listeners respond
A Spokane dad, John Eisenman, 60, was charged with zip-tying his 19-year-old daughter’s boyfriend, slamming his head with a cinder or concrete block, and then allegedly repeatedly stabbing the beau, also 19, before stuffing his body into the trunk of a car.
Eisenman, who has no prior criminal history, has reportedly confessed to the deed.
He told police this was his response for the boyfriend selling his daughter into a sex trafficking ring in Seattle last year.
What you told us on the KIRO Radio text line? A whole lot more.
From the 253: “Woke people would have sent a therapist to rehabilitate this pimp. The dad saved his daughter and saved many other daughters.”
From the 509: “Dori, your ‘Seattle perspective’ is showing. The father is likely ‘old school Eastern WA.’ How many other daughters had this guy defiled (and HOW MANY would he have defiled in the future)? That being said, the father could’ve used a cleaner, quicker methodology. In Seattle, the 19-y.o. dirtbag would likely have been given a $100k job as the city ‘entrepreneurial sex-worker recruiting czar.'”
From Ed on Capitol Hill: “Dori, the word is vigilant-ism; not vigilant-TEE-ism.”
From the 206: “Dad is Liam Neeson in real life.”
From David in Lacey: “Dori, people call concrete blocks by the term cinder blocks. But they are not the same. So find out what the dad actually hit the man with. A cinder block is extremely light weight by comparison to a same size concrete block. …”
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