The older brother of Alex Murdaugh believes the convicted killer is still lying about the brutal killings of his wife and son.
“He knows more than what he’s saying,” Randy Murdaugh, 56, told The New York Times of his drug-addicted, serial-lying brother who still denies gunning down wife Maggie, 52, and son Paul, 22.
“He’s not telling the truth, in my opinion, about everything there.”
Randy’s admission is in sharp contrast to a claim by his 54-year-old brother’s defense team that the whole family was “more convinced” of the disgraced legal scion’s innocence after his six-week trial.
“The not knowing … is the worst thing there is,” Randy said of his ongoing doubts about his brother, who is serving two life sentences for the June 7, 2021, double murder.
“After six weeks of trial, [the Murdaugh family] came away more convinced that he did not do this, and they are steadfastly in his camp and support him,” Griffin claimed.
Instead, Randy hasn’t spoken to his brother in almost a year and is still traumatised by the horrific killings.
“I hoped that after the trial, because there’s nothing more that can be presented, that I’d stop thinking about this,” he said. “But so far, that has not been the case.”