Ryan student murder: Amid twists and turns, juvenile accused retracts confession
Nov 14 2017 by Michele Stevens
The report adds that legal experts say that a confession before a police officer does not hold any evidential value. However what is important is that the confession has led to the recovery of a weapon and hence there is credence to the statement. The investigation agency has however not yet confirmed about the interrogation. The minor accused admitted his crime saying that he had killed Pradyuman to delay the exams and parent-teacher meeting.
According to the report, the class XI student's version of the development on the day Pradyuman's murder took place was completely different from what the CBI has been presenting before the media. Since the CBI identified the Class 11 student as an accused last week, it has been trying to unravel how he managed to fool the Gurgaon police.Sources claimed the four SIT members the CBI had called for questioning on Monday were an ACP, an inspector, a sub-inspector and an official of lower rank.
Pradyuman was found near the toilet of Ryan International School with his throat slit on September 8 morning within an hour of his father leaving him at the school.
Hindustan Times via Getty Images GURGAON, INDIA - NOVEMBER 8: (Face cover) CBI produces the 11th class student of Ryan International School in Juvenile Court in case of Pradyuman murder, on November 8, 2017 in Gurgaon, India.
The CBI had also said that the accused had looked up methods to remove fingerprints from the weapon (a knife) that he meant to use to commit murder, said a Hindustan Times report.
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The CBI sources on Sunday had said that the investigation in Pradyuman murder case has revealed illegality and destruction of evidence by Gurugram Police.
Earlier in the day, the father of the Ryan International School student claimed his son to be "innocent" and said that he was being beaten up by the probe agency. The Gurugram police team had considered the boy a key witness, not the accused.
Earlier, the minor's father too alleged that his son was being tortured by the investigators.