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New Information On Suspected Murderer Of Australian & American Surfers In Mexico Revealed


A Mexican court has ordered the prosecution of the alleged perpetrator responsible for the deaths of two Australians and an American during a surfing trip, as disturbing details surrounding the suspect’s purported confession have come to light.

This decision was made following a hearing for Jesus Gerardo “N,” also known as “El Kekas,” in Ensenada, Baja California, where the bodies of brothers Callum and Jake Robinson, along with their friend Jack Carter Rhoad, were discovered last Friday.

During the court proceedings, the suspect’s girlfriend testified that he confessed to killing the three friends upon his return from their campsite on April 28. She recounted how he arrived at her house and disclosed that he had harmed “three gringos.” She further stated that he confessed to the killings and displayed new tires allegedly taken from the victims.

The suspect is set to face charges for “disappearance committed by private individuals,” with homicide charges anticipated to follow, according to the state prosecutor’s office.

The victims were camping in a secluded beach area when they were murdered, believed to be in an attempted robbery of their pickup truck. Their bodies were discovered in a cliff-top shaft, bearing gunshot wounds to the head.

Additionally, the prosecution is gathering evidence to charge two other suspects, currently detained on suspicion of methamphetamine possession.

Baja California, renowned for its picturesque beaches, attracts numerous US tourists, yet it remains one of Mexico’s most violence-plagued states due to organized crime activity.

The victims’ remains have been entrusted to a funeral home in Baja California for transfer to the United States, where their families await.

The parents of the Australian brothers implored supporters to honor their memory by living with greater passion and love in a world that has dimmed since their passing.

Callum, aged 33, was affectionately described as a vibrant personality and talented lacrosse player known as “the big koala.” He had played professionally in the US and was deeply mourned by lacrosse communities both there and at Stevenson University in Maryland.

Jake, aged 30, was remembered as a caring and joyful individual pursuing a career in medicine, with a deep love for surfing and cricket.

Jack Carter Rhoad, engaged to Natalie Weirtz, was tragically killed before their planned wedding in August. A fundraising campaign has been launched to support his fiancée during this difficult time.

“In the wake of the heartbreaking loss of Carter Rhoad, Callum Robinson, and Jake Robinson, our hearts ache with grief for their families, friends, and community,” reads a separate GoFundMe set up for Rhoad’s family.

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