Indiana child porn suspect implicated in Delphi murders and soliciting sexual favors from prison, podcast hosts say

Indiana child porn suspect implicated in Delphi murders and soliciting sexual favors from prison, podcast hosts say

Indiana child porn suspect implicated in Delphi murders and soliciting sexual favors from prison, podcast hosts say

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A suspect charged with possessing child pornography related to the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana, has asked for sexual favors from women who write him in prison, according to two podcast hosts.

“Besides wanting money, women have contacted him, and he’s trying to exploit them sexually to give them information about the case,” podcast host and attorney Kevin Greenlee told Fox News Digital. “There was a particularly notable exchange where a … young woman asked about the matter and talked about the church, and he responded very quickly by turning it into a sexual conversation.”

Kegan Kline, 27, is currently in custody in Miami County, Indiana, on 30 counts of child pornography-related charges dating back to 2016 and 2017. He was linked to the Delphi murders after allegedly being in contact with a of the victims. 14-year-old Libby German, the night before she was murdered, according to… FOX 59 Indianapolis.

German and Abigail Williams, 13, were found murdered on the morning of February 13, 2017, after German’s sister dropped the couple off at the entrance to a hiking trail the day before.

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On August 19, the Indiana State Police filed a petition with the Miami County Circuit Court for custody of an Indiana man named Kegan Kline, 27.

On August 19, the Indiana State Police filed a petition with the Miami County Circuit Court for custody of an Indiana man named Kegan Kline, 27.
(Miami County Sheriff’s Office)

Kline is said to have made plans to meet German at the bridge where her body was found the next day, but he denies having anything to do with the girls’ murders and has not been charged in connection with the Delphi case.

Greenlee and journalist Áine Cain, who host the podcast “The Murder Sheet” and follow the murder case in Delphi, recently contacted Kline through a messaging platform that Kline can use to communicate with others outside of prison.

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A woman who wrote to Kline told podcast hosts that the suspect offered to give her information if she allowed him to masturbate for her via FaceTime. He also allegedly tried to get the adult women who contacted him in prison to do sexual favors in exchange for information, which Greenlee says in the latest episode of the podcast “The Murder Sheet” is particularly disturbing given the crimes of which Kline is accused.

In addition, Kline repeatedly told Cain and Greenlee that he would not release any information without payment, which the podcast hosts as journalists refused to do.

On February 14, 2017, Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, were killed while biking on trails near Delphi, about 100 miles northwest of Indianapolis.

On February 14, 2017, Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, were killed while biking on trails near Delphi, about 100 miles northwest of Indianapolis.
(Indian State Police)

“Stop messaging me. You’ve been so much bully on me. I understand you have a podcast and want money from this, but it’s wrong what you’re doing, Aine,” Kline said in a message to Cain that she and Greenlee discussed in their latest podcast episode.

“There’s a lot of misinformation out there. People doing interviews who don’t even know me, Aine, and they’re all lying about me. I’m very upset about it. I’m having a hard enough time,” another Kline post read.

“How many questions do you want to ask? I’ll answer a few, but not for free. Everyone makes money with my name, and I’m sitting here hungry with nothing,” Kline said in another post, which doesn’t support what sources the podcast hosts say. have told about Kline gaining significant weight in prison.

The podcast hosts have covered extensively about the Delphi and Kline murders, and they wanted to contact the suspect to give him a chance to share his side of the story. When Cain and Greenlee asked Kline what they did wrong in their reporting, he dodged the question and said he would only provide answers in exchange for $400.

A 2019 sketch of the suspected Delphi killer.

A 2019 sketch of the suspected Delphi killer.
(WRTV via NNS)

“I would characterize our conversation with Kegan Kline as quite short,” explained Cain. “… He disapproved of some of our coverage of him. We asked him for clarification. He didn’t give it. The main thing we got out of it was that he wants to ask people for money to interview him about the Delphi case .”

Court documents from Indiana obtained by Cain and Greenlee in May and August also point to possible developments in the Kline case.

Cain and Greenlee recently received an anonymous tip that took them to the… Wabash River in Peru, Indiana, — not far from Kline’s home that was robbed in 2017 after the Delphi murders — on August 23, where they witnessed and photographed authorities searching the water with various tools.

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On August 19, the Indiana State Police filed a petition with the Miami County Circuit Court for custody of Kline, although he currently resides in Miami County.

In March, Cain and Greenlee received a 2020 transcript of an ISP interview with Kline that was accidentally posted online.

According to the transcript, which has since been sealed in the police report, Kline told police he was communicating with German the day she was killed. The transcript also revealed that Kline searched his computer for “How long does DNA take” and failed at a police polygraph.

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In December 2021, ISP said in a Facebook post that it had discovered a fictitious Instagram account under the username “Anthony_Shots” while investigating the murders. The transcript indicates that Kline had access to the account, who had been in contact with German. However, Kline told investigators that he gave the account password to “a lot of people,” according to the document.

“This profile was used on social media applications from 2016 to 2017, including but not limited to Snapchat and Instagram,” the Indiana Police Department said in the Facebook post. The fictional anthony_shots profile used images of a well-known male model and portrayed himself as extremely wealthy and owning numerous sports cars. The creator of the fictional profile used this information while communicating with young women to get nude photos, their addresses and try to meet them. Below are images of the well-known male model and images of the fictitious anthony_shots profile sent to underage women.”

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Police say German used her cell phone to capture footage of a man walking across the railroad bridge shortly before she and Williams were murdered on Feb. 13, 2017. German also registered the man believed to be the killer and ordered the friends “up the hill.” off”.

Authorities are asking anyone who knows anything about the Instagram profile or anything about the case to contact police at [email protected] or 765-822-3535.

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