ARUBA COPS: SUSPECT SECRET CONFESSION?

Published on: September 8, 2011
Photography by: AP
ARUBA COPS: SUSPECT SECRET CONFESSION?
ARUBA COPS: SUSPECT SECRET CONFESSION?
ARUBA COPS: SUSPECT SECRET CONFESSION?
Police believe that GARY GIORDANO – the prime suspect in the disappear­ance of ROBYN GARDNER on the exotic island of Aruba – has secretly confessed to killing the blonde beauty!
 
An ENQUIRER investigation has discovered that cops have been told by guards at the squalid San Nicolas police station jail that Giordano was overheard moaning, weeping and banging his head and fists in his cell, while crying: “It’s all my fault!”
 
“Police are convinced these late-night mutterings by the murder suspect add up to a confession,” an insider revealed.
 
A source familiar with the in­vestigation told The ENQUIRER: “Personnel at the vermin-infested jailhouse have told cops that Gior­dano pounded his head and fists against the concrete walls and bars of his cell, saying, ‘Jesus, help me! I’m so, soooo sorry!’ His knuckles and forehead were swollen from all the banging.
 
“Other times, he would cry out in his sleep, saying, ‘Robyn! I’m so sorry! Forgive me!’ This went on every night. He sounded like a man wracked with guilt.”
 
Giordano, 50, and Robyn, 35, were last seen at the Rum Reef Bar & Grill by Baby Beach around 4:00 p.m. on Aug. 2. Shortly after 6 p.m., Giordano rapped on the bar’s back windows and asked workers to call police.
 
He claimed the couple had gonesnorkeling and Robyn, an unem­ployed dental office assistant from Frederick, Md., was carried off by a current – a story that Aruban police do not believe.
 
Two days later, Giordano – the owner of a technology consulting firm in Gaithersburg, Md. – tried to collect on a $1.5 million life insur­ance policy that he’d taken out on Robyn.
 
When he tried to flee the is­land, cops detained him at the Aruba airport.
 
After 10 days, Gior­dano was moved to the KIA prison, where he shares a cell with two other inmates.
 
But before he left the San Nicolas jail, he made even more possibly incriminating comments.
 
“Inmates told police that Giordano asked, ‘How much of a sentence can I get if they suspect I killed her but they can’t find proof and can’t find her body?’ ” the source divulged.
 
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