Dad Hunts Down Man Who Allegedly Sex-Trafficked His Daughter.

After rescuing his daughter from sex slavery, a dad hunts down the man he believed had trafficked his little girl. Police claim the vigilante father handled justice personally when he discovered the suspect.

Dad Hunts Down Man Who Allegedly Sex-Trafficked His Daughter.
John Eisenman (pictured) was arrested after confessing to murdering his daughter’s alleged sex trafficker. (Photo Credit: Facebook)

The Spokane Police Department claims that 60-year-old John Eisenman reportedly saved his daughter from sex trafficking. According to the father, a 19-year-old Aaron Sorensen sold his daughter into a prostitution ring a year earlier for $1,000. Aaron Sorensen was dating the girl at time. Though his mission did not stop there, Eisenman managed to find his child and hunts down the man.

Following alleged sales of his daughter as a sex slave, the father followed her down and saved her from a prostitution ring located in Seattle, acting as any decent parent would have. But the dad is being praised as a hero not only for rescuing his small daughter but also for exacting terrible retribution on the man thought to be responsible for her mistreatment.

John Eisenman said 19-year-old Andrew Sorensen (pictured) sold his daughter to a prostitution ring for $1,000 and dad hunts down. (Photo Credit: Facebook)

Eisenman found out the boyfriend would be arriving at a trailer park in Airway Heights one month after her claimed abduction. The father waited for Sorensen, confronted him, and finally hunts down him according to police. The International Business Times states that Eisenman zip-tied the 19-year-old and put him in the trunk of his fiancée’s car.

Furious at his daughter’s claimed trafficker, Eisenman grabbed a cinder block and bashed Sorensen in the head. After that, he stabbed Sorensen several times in the stomach until he died. The father told police he drove the car to a remote area of north Spokane County carrying the young man’s body still in the trunk. At last he took the battery out of the vehicle so nobody could drive away with it.

John Eisenman said he rescued his daughter before tracking down the alleged trafficker, zip-tieing him, and stabbing him to death. (Photo Credit: Go Fund Me)

Driven by an unidentified person to the Hillyard area, the car was abandoned almost a year later. As neighbors were sifting through the car, they came upon Sorensen’s dead body in the trunk. That was then reported to the cops.

After being taken under custody and accused of first-degree murder, Eisenman’s bail was set at $1 million. His criminal record was clear-cut. Though Eisenman admitted the graphic elements of the murder, he was perceived as a vigilante hero rather than a cold-blooded killer.

Andrew Sorensen’s decomposed body was discovered in the trunk of a vehicle a year after the alleged murder. (Photo Credit: Washington State Patrol)

Press releases from the Spokane Police Department on Facebook attracted comments supporting the father and demands for his release.

  • This was after he rescued his trafficked daughter? I’ll volunteer for jury duty.
  • Justifiable homicide as far as I’m concerned.
  • He shouldn’t have been charged with anything more serious than littering, and in light of the public service he performed, not even that. You should have pinned a medal on his chest and called it a day.
  • And I bet he happily sits in prison. Not all heroes wear capes
  • Justified. Well done Dad. Good luck finding a jury of peers to convict him.

Eisenman’s stepdaughter started a second fundraiser to assist with his legal expenses after the first Go Fund Me was apparently deleted. The donations keep rising minute by minute and should exceed the required $100,000 total.

The public offered overwhelming support to John Eisenman, who was charged with murder. (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

Although everyone having a child can relate to the anger, anxiety, and frustration this father must have experienced, vigilantism is a dangerous precedent. While some criminals have rightfully gotten their comeuppance from vigilante heroes, other innocent victims have become targets of misguided wrath.

Should Sorensen have been engaged in sex trafficking, a jury would most certainly take this into account while rendering a decision. Eisenman’s best chance for an acquittal is to appeal to the sympathy of a jury, given the public leaning mostly in his favor.

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