While the Essex district attorney won’t say what the results are from the blood tests performed on the mop and bottle of pine cleaner found in the apartment belonging to Ernesto Gonzalez he does say that he is optimistic that Giovanni is still alive.
Giovanni disappeared two weeks ago at some point after his mother Daisy Colon dropped him off for his father’s weekend visit in Lynn, MA. When she went to pick him up on Sunday Ernesto wouldn’t answer the door and it had to be broken down. He claimed that she never dropped Giovanni off and that he had not seen him although witnesses can place the two together on Saturday morning and afternoon.
Police found a bloody mop and bottle of cleaner with blood on it as well in his apartment and are worried that Gonzalez may have killed his five-year-old son.
While there hasn’t been a lot of media in this case that seems so much like the case of missing Caylee Anthony, it should get a bit of a boost this weekend when the story airs on America’s Most Wanted.
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