A man from Florida claims to have accidentally killed his girlfriend while she was doing him oral favors. Apparently, he’s using the “big willy” defense in this case. No, I’m not talking about Bill Clinton (also sexual).
Richard Henry Patterson, 60, admitted to having choked his girlfriend Francisca Marquinez, 60, on Oct. 28, 2015, but didn’t reveal how…until now (maybe). Almost two years after the fatal encounter, Patterson is now saying that he accidentally choked his girlfriend to death as she preformed oral sex. And he’s requested to reveal his member to the jury to prove his story.
Patterson’s lawyer, Ken Padowitz, claims that the jury must take into account his client’s penis as an accidental murder weapon.
““Dr. [Ronald] Wright, an expert witness and former Broward County medical examiner, will testify that … her death is consistent with being accidentally sexually asphyxiated during oral sex,” Padowitz wrote in the motion. “It is material and relevant. The view by the jury is essential for them to fully understand Dr. Wright’s testimony and the defense in this case.”
My heavens! Is that man really going to take out his thing in court? If the jury says no to this unusual request than there’s another option. A possible way to accomplish this task, without Patterson whipping out his willy in front in the courtroom, is by creating a mold of the suspect’s member. Alright, that sounds a bit more reasonable.
What’s the other side of the story?
The “big willy” defense sounds plausible. The junior high school kid in all of us may find this proposition to be f*cking hilarious. But there may be some motives on the table, which suggest more foul play than fatal oral sex.
Marquinez’s neighbors claims that the deceased was unhappy with their relationship. The neighbors also claim that two days before she passed away, the couple was arguing and shouting at each other. They allege that she was trying to break up with Patterson.
According to police records, the suspect called his lawyer before police discovered the victim’s body. She had already been dead between 8 and 24 hours.
Patterson texted his daughter, informing her that he had “did something bad.” He also told his friend, “I choked her. I choked Francisca.”
“He said he choked her,” said the suspect’s defense attorney Ken Padowitz. “He never said he strangled her.”
I know this is a lot to take in. But bear with me, people! Here’s a photograph of the suspect Richard Henry Patterson and the victim Francisca Marquinez: