CONVICTED costa killer Tony King has pointed the finger at Robbie Graham and Dolores Vazquez in two letters written to the mother of murdered teenager Rocio Wanninkhof.
Briton King, who is currently serving 19 years in prison in Herrera de La Mancha for the murder, wrote 23 pages on the request of Alicia Hornos explaining ‘in full detail’ how the killing was carried out.
Now the mother of the murdered girl is calling to re-open the investigation into her daughter’s death.
In the letters, both written in English, King admits he was involved in the murder in October 1999 for money, but he maintains he only helped move the body and wrap it in plastic.
More enlighteningly, he puts the blame on both his former boss Robbie Graham and Dolores Vazquez, who recently launched a lawsuit against the state requesting compensation for the 17 months she spent behind bars.
Before his trial, King told the Olive Press, timeshare salesman Graham had told him what to do.
Now he claims Vazquez actually killed Rocio while Graham, held her down.
Vazquez, the former lesbian lover of Rocio’s mother Hornos was originally charged with the murder of the Mijas youngster but was later acquitted.
However Hornos has now made a request to the Fuengirola Instruction Court, to start investigating the claims in the letters.
She said: “It surprised me King was so sincere and that he wrote everything in such a pacific way.”
And she rejected the suggestion that he was looking for a shorter sentence.
“King has already lost everything” she added.
In addition to his sentence for the murder of Wanninkhof, King is serving 36 years for killing Sonia Caravantes in Coín, and another seven years for an attempted rape of a girl in Benalmádena.