Ex-Marine gives chilling interview after fatally shooting father, stepmother in front of 11-year-old sister
The former Marine, who killed his father and stepmother in front of his 11-year-old sister and then livestreamed the aftermath, gave a chilling prison interview in which he claimed his father had been accused of sexual abuse.
Irvin Hernandez Flores, 23, calmly told KTVU in San Francisco he had no intention of gunning down his father Jose Hernandez and stepmother Yessenia Soto Hernandez when he walked drunk and heavily armed to the family’s home in Bayview, San Francisco, last Saturday. went.
He told the news channel he went into their bedroom in the dark as they slept and his father pounced on him.
“As soon as I emptied the clip, I turned on the light and I see him lying on the floor. And after that, I see his suffering and I just stopped his suffering,” Flores said.
When asked if he had shot his father again, the former soldier bluntly replied, “Yes, ma’am.”
In Thursday’s interview at the San Francisco County Jail where he is being held, he said he had no intention of murdering his stepmother.
Irvin Hernandez Flores, 23, pictured in prison, gunned down his father and stepmother in their bed last Saturday
The former Marine’s father, Jose Hernandez, and stepmother, Yessenia Soto Hernandez, pictured here, were asleep in bed when Flores burst in and shot them both
Flores said he was drunk and heavily armed at the time but had no intention of killing anyone
“She was in the crossfire,” he said. “I had no intention of negotiating with her.”
Flores admitted he was angry with his father and choked back tears during the interview as he discussed his dashed dream of becoming a SWAT team sniper with the San Francisco Police Department.
“All my life I’ve wanted to do good for my family, but my father ruined my dreams,” he said.
“Where has my sister gone?” Flores can be heard cheering in a livestream broadcast after the shooting
Flores, seen here, maniacally broadcast the bloody aftermath of the shooting with his 11-year-old sister, who was still inside
He served four years in the Marine Corps before being honorably discharged. He was about to apply for the SFPD. It is unclear how his father intervened.
The former soldier also said a relative recently accused his father of sexual abuse. Flores admitted his memory of the night was blurry because he was drunk.
Flores said he was drunk and legally armed when he broke into the home (pictured) of his father and stepmother’s bedroom before killing them both
“I don’t remember much, but the gun was legally mine,” he said.
He live-streamed the gory aftermath in a program of profanity, in which he appears manic.
“Where’s my little sister gone?” he heard gleefully said after the double murder, referring to his teenage sibling.
Flores told the broadcaster that his live stream is a way to say goodbye to his surviving family members because he may be in prison for a long time.
Flores said he was hoping to join the San Francisco Police Department’s SWAT team as a sniper
Flores served four years in the Marine Corps before being honorably discharged
After Flores emptied his 20-lap clip, he said he helped his little sister call 911.
“She didn’t cry. She was shocked. She needed my help to get in touch with the emergency,” he said.
Again he got emotional as he spoke about his family and apologized to them and his little sister for taking their mother away.
‘I would like to apologize. I didn’t necessarily want to do that,” Flores told the news channel. “Our Heavenly Father knows that I did not do this with the intention of killing my father—especially my sister’s mother, who had nothing to do with it.”
Flores said he plans to plead not guilty to the murder of his father and stepmother because he has no intention of killing them.
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