Father Of The Missing Swiss Twin Girls Sends Confession Letter To His Wife!

- By Bossip Staff

This is just plain sad, what the hell is with all these parents doing sick sh*t to their own children?

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — A letter sent to their mother brought out the worst fears in the search for the Swiss twins, who went missing almost two weeks ago.

“They are resting in peace, they didn’t suffer,” their 43-year-old father wrote, shortly before throwing himself in front of a train.

Swiss police say the search for 6-year-olds Alessia and Livia will continue until their fate is known, even as evidence
mounts that they won’t be found alive. His letter did not say when or where he killed his children.

“Today we are always searching for Alessia and Livia,” Jean-Christophe Sauterel, spokesman for the Vaud cantonal police, told The Associated Press on Friday night. “It’s just what the father said. … We don’t have proof.”

The latest blow is the Feb. 3 letter from Matthias Kaspar Schepp to his estranged wife. He wrote from Cerignola, Italy,
that the girls were dead and he would now kill himself.

That same day a witness saw him throw himself in front of a moving train at 10:47 p.m. by the Cerignola train station, Sauterel told AP.

Police confirmed the letter’s contents Friday, three days after it arrived in the mail from Cerignola. She also received two despairing posts from him a week earlier that he had sent from Marseille and Toulon, France, saying he couldn’t live without her, and a series of puzzling envelopes containing thousands of euros.

Well good riddance, at least there’s one less psycho in the world. But who the hell commits suicide by jumping in front of a TRAIN!?!? SMH…


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