The 16-year-old Stow teen charged with murder in connection with the so-called Craigslist killings says he's sorry in a letter written to his father.
Brogan Rafferty's father, Michael Rafferty, shared a letter with News Channel 5 his son sent him dated November 19th.
In the hand written letter, Brogan Rafferty tells his dad that he's sorry he put his dad in the situation and hopes his father can forgive him.
He also says that others are more concerned with 'hanging' him rather than helping him.
The Beacon Journal reports Brogran Rafferty was officially charged with aggravated murder and complicity to aggravated murder in juvenile court in Noble County.
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The father of the 16-year-old craigslist suspect says his son fell under the spell of 52-year-old Richard Beasley.
Brogan Rafferty and Beasley are in custody after being accused of luring people with fake craigslist job posting.
Brogan's father, Michael Rafferty tells ABC News reporter Dan Harris that it is hard to believe that his son could be capable of this kind of crime.
Michael Rafferty says he son told him he didn't shoot anyone but did unknowingly dig some graves.
Brogan Rafferty will appear before a judge Tuesday at a hearing that could determine whether he will be moved to adult court.
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