Transcript for Lawyer Meets With DC Mansion Murder Suspect
A former lawyer for the man charged with the killing speaking out to ABC news after visiting with Daron Wint in jail. This comes as the savopoulos family will be laid to rest and Ryan smith is outside the cathedral where the funeral will be held. Reporter: At their wake scores of family and friends stood in long lines to pay their respects to the savopoulos family and today even more expected to fill this church for their funeral. And as their surviving teen daughter faces life without their family, the alleged killer is professing innocence. Grieving for the savopoulos family and set to attend their funeral. Those three along with their housekeeper Vera Figaro Ra were held 19 hours before being killed in a quadruple homicide and fire inside this mansion just over two weeks ago, the pain of this attack etched on the faces of family and friends at Sunday's wake. And as they grieve, a former lawyer for Daron Wint, the man charged with murder in connection with the killings is speaking out after visiting the suspect in jail this weekend. He is resolute in the belief and I also harbor the same belief that he wouldn't kill anybody. Reporter: Wint once worked for savopoulos' steel manufacturing company but left over a decade ago. According to the attorney, Wint says he didn't harbor any negative feelings about leaving. He mentioned to me that no one would hold a grudge for 11 years, so he had nothing against the deceased man. He spoke highly of him, said he never met the wife at all and would never hurt a child. Reporter: And he challenged some of the evidence police have collected like the bundles of cash found in a truck where Wint was arrested. I don't believe he had any cash on him. I think there was cash in another vehicle. That's true. There was cash in a box truck. He wasn't in that box truck nor did he have any weapons. Reporter: The attorney has not been officially hired by went and is not commenting on whether went has an alibi but does say police simply have the wrong man. A relative of went painting a very different picture of the suspect. Just after the search for him began calling him arrogant and very hostile. Investigators are still looking for his believed accomplices and his next court date, June 22nd. George.
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