( 4UMF NEWS ) Millionaire Explains Killing Autistic Son:
“I asked Ray (Mirra) to help me,” Jordan says. “He was indifferent to Jude. I soon realized he’d only adopted him so that he could put certain trusts in the boy’s name to shield himself. Instead of protecting Jude, he hired Emil (Tzekov) to drive me crazy after I’d also discovered Ray was looting me, forging millions in bank transfers and withdrawals from my banks. By hiring Emil, he was trying to drive me into a nervous breakdown.”
Jordan says she can prove that Mirra is also involved in an even grander prescription drug scam.
“That $274 million involving Allion is just the tip of the iceberg,” Jordan claims. “The black market hemophilia drug operation Ray’s involved in brings in billions a year. He knew that I knew what he was doing and so he needed to neutralize me.”
By having her murdered?
“Yes,” Jordan says. “Or committed to a mental institution.”
“No one blatantly forges over 100 bank transfers from someone you think is going to be around,” says Murphy.
“Other perfectly healthy people who worked for Ray had recently died of sudden and mysterious causes,” Jordan claims, citing a 45-year-man and a 62-year-old woman. “Now I was being followed. I took Jude to see a movie and sat in the center of a row in an otherwise empty movie theater near Lincoln Center. Two men came in. Each one took an aisle seat at either end of our row. I wasn’t paranoid. When we moved, so did they. Beside us. Later, when I took Jude to Starbucks, the same two guys followed us there. One came inside. The other stood outside in the rain. It was scary.”
She claims that after Mirra hired Tzekov, she started to feel cornered. “Ray kept Emil, whom Jude was terrified of, around to try to drive me crazy. To make me worry that my son would be raped and tortured in ways I’ll detail on the stand.”
Without warning, the perfectly poised Jordan collapsed in sudden tears in the Rikers visiting room.
Mirra’s attorneys released a statement in response to the sensational accusations, saying, in part, “Ms. Jordan’s false allegations appear to be in furtherance of an unprecedented legal defense that Jude’s murder was somehow justified because it was motivated by “altruism” on her part. Mr. Mirra remains deeply saddened by the tragedy of Jude’s murder and regrets the need to again deny these false and irrational allegations.” The U.S. Department of Justice says Mirra is not listed as a member or associate of La Cosa Nostra.
On Feb. 4, 2010, Jordan says Ray Mirra said something that she won’t reveal until she testifies. But it incited her to pay cash for two nights in the suite at the Peninsula, double-lock the door, wedge the sofa against the doorknob, and email an aunt in Belgium saying she had no alternative but to kill herself and Jude to protect him.
She gave her son a lethal number of sedatives, swallowed a handful herself and left a suicide note. The aunt contacted the NYPD, and officers burst into the suite.
Too late for Jude, but in time to revive Jordan, who was arrested and charged with murder.
“I was trapped in a corner,” she says. “I was a mother trying to protect my young, my beautiful, abused son from further sexual torture. I was being watched, followed. I couldn’t outrun the mob. I was out of options. If I have to spend the rest of my life in jail knowing that Jude could never again be molested it will be worth it.”
The Manhattan DA calls it murder.
Sometime next year, Gigi Jordan will take the stand with her lead trial lawyer trying to convince a jury that Jude’s death was “altruistic filicide” or a mercy killing, in what promises to be a doozy of a trial.