Elaine Hall says Mark Redwine killed their son

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MONUMENT, Colo. — Dylan Redwine’s mother said her ex-husband, Mark Redwine, has been guilty since day one.

On Wednesday, investigators labeled him a ‘person of interest’ in the murder of his son, Dylan.

In an interview, Elaine Hall said Mark Redwine grew distant with investigators and hasn’t been cooperative.

“I know Mark. I know Dylan. I know the dynamics. I’ll never change my opinion on that,” Elaine Hall said. “If he was innocent he would be standing up screaming saying ‘who killed my son?!' He hasn’t done any of that.”

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The La Plata County Sheriff’s Office said it came down to evidence and inconsistent statements given by Mark Redwine, as well as his behavior.

“Since day one those were my issues,” Hall said.

“If you could talk to Mark Redwine right now, what would you say to him?” she was asked.

“I would say to him he keeps touting how he wants to live his life the way Dylan would be proud," Hall said. The way Dylan would be proud is for Mark to come up, talk to law enforcement and tell them what happened that night. The lies are going to get you nowhere."

 

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