Not Amy, but macabre discovery has similarities to the Rocio Wanninkhof case
A CHARRED body found in La Cala de Mijas is not that of Amy Fitzpatrick, who went missing last New Year’s Day.
An autopsy has confirmed that the remains are that of a man, who had been left at the same spot that teenager Rocio Wanninkhof, 19 was murdered in 1999.
It is not the only similarity with the mysterious case, that has never been properly solved, despite English barman Tony King being locked up for the murder two years ago.
For starters the body had been deliberately set alight and it is difficult to ascertain how the man died.
King has always insisted that he was merely involved in the murder alongside two other people.
The Judge and jury ruled that he was probably helped by others.
“Somebody wanted me to back off and discontinue the investigation, but that won’t be happening”
Meanwhile a private investigator looking into the strange disappearance of teenager Amy Fitzpatrick, who lived near to the body’s location, claims he has been threatened to get off the case.
Liam Brady insists that he was warned that he was getting “too close”.
“I took this as a threat. Somebody wanted me to back off and discontinue the investigation, but that won’t be happening.”
He added that he had already found a number of inconsistencies, such as the last time Amy was seen.
“Her lifestyle in Spain is not what I would describe as being a typical teenager.”