Was Dylan Redwine Murdered Over Fetish Photos Of His Diaper-Wearing Dad?

Mark Redwine [La Plata County Sheriff’s Office]

BELLINGHAM, WA — Mark Redwine was allegedly driven to murder his 13-year-old son Dylan after the teen discovered “disgusting” photos of the his dad eating feces from a diaper while dressed in women’s clothes, according to reports. Redwine allegedly became enraged after Dylan and his older brother Cory Redwine found the embarrassing pictures, Denver7 reports.

Related: Dylan Redwine’s Father, Mark Redwine, Arrested For His Murder

According to an indictment, Dylan planned to confront his father about the photos — which is what family members believe set Mark Redwine off and resulted in a violent altercation between Dylan and his dad.

I have seen the photos,” Cory Redwine told Denver7.

It shows him wearing women’s clothes and makeup and a diaper and then eating his feces from the diaper. It was disgusting. We couldn’t believe it.”

Dylan went missing during a Thanksgiving visit with his father in 2012. His remains were found in 2015.

Mark Redwine was arrested Saturday in Washington state on felony charges of second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death. The police bodycam video of his arrest has just been made public (above). He is being held on a $1 million bail in Washington while he awaits an August 17 extradition hearing to Colorado.

Related: Why Did It Take Almost 5 Years To Arrest Dylan Redwine’s Father For His Murder? 

According to Denver7, he has indicated that he plans to fight extradition.

Pete Klismet, a criminal profiling consultant and author who was hired by La Plata County investigators in 2015 to review the evidence in Redwine’s murder, called Redwine a “narcissist.” He added: “He thinks he is smarter than everyone else.”

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New York Post 

Main photo: Mark Redwine [La Plata County Sheriff]

  • Ricky, Bubbles & Julian

    This is about the sickest thing I have ever heard of. The only other person I ever heard of eating poo was Albert Fish, not quite the model of sanity