The promising existence of an energetic youngster was lamentably stopped due to envy and fury. Examination Discovery’s ‘Internet of Lies: Flirting With the Enemy’ digs into how Jason Rodriguez was killed in February 2011 in the wake of driving down to an area in Florida for his thought process was a date. The specialists then, at that point, sorted out the genuine character behind the individual who attracted Jason there, driving them to the executioner. Anyway, how about we discover what happened then, at that point, will we?
How Did Jason Rodriguez Die? Jason was born in January 1992 to Juan and Aidely. The 19-year-old was an understudy at Valencia Community College in Orlando, Florida, seeking after a degree in sports medication and non-intrusive treatment. The hopeful jock had moved to Orlando around a half year earlier and lived with a school companion. To earn enough to get by, Jason worked at a nearby supermarket. The teen was portrayed as a cherishing and active young fellow.
Picture Credit: Dignity Memorial/Jason’s Family At some point near 10:30 PM on February 2, 2011, Jason drove down to an area in east Orange County, Florida, to meet somebody out on the town. Be that as it may, he was shot in the head and neck while inside his vehicle, pausing. An observer driving by saw somebody remaining close to the vehicle and terminating into it. The suspect took care of his face and shot at the observer’s vehicle somewhere around two times. Specialists on call surged Jason to the emergency clinic, yet he surrendered to wounds seven days after the fact.
Who Killed Jason Rodriguez? Through discussions with Jason’s friends and family, the police discovered that he had been dating a 20-year-old since the beginning of 2011. In any case, around a similar time, he started conversing with somebody named Ty Ann over Facebook. The two started messaging, messaging, and had even spoken over a video call once. The specialists discovered that Jason had driven out there to meet Ty out on the town. However, it worked out that Ty Ann never at any point existed; it was a phony profile made by another person.
Israel Nieves was the ex of the 20-year-old Jason had been dating. The lady parted ways with Israel in November 2010 and documented an abusive behavior at home directive against him. She let the specialists know that Israel had once thrown a left hook at her. In another upsetting turn of events, he constrained her into his room and assaulted her at knifepoint. At last, the lady went to the police after Israel took steps to hurt her family.
While the specialists at last followed Ty Ann’s profile down to Israel, it took a ton of work. He had made a phony email address for the profile and utilized a product program to get a fake number which he used to message Jason. Be that as it may, the mechanical bread pieces drove right back to Israel’s telephone, iPod, email, and iTunes accounts. While looking through his folks’ home, the police observed a dark ski cover, gloves, handkerchief, and a .32-type gun.
Israel, then, at that point, 18, was accused of the homicide in August 2011. While he denied killing Jason, he conceded making the phony profile and conversing with Jason. As per Israel, it was to unnerve Jason and demonstrate to the ex that the 19-year-old was undermining her. A companion of Israel’s conceded conversing with Jason over video call claiming to be Ty Ann; he told her it was for a trick.
Where could Israel Nieves Now be? Israel told the police he was drinking and smoking “treating liquid” when Jason died. He added, “I want to believe that I never kill anyone. I don’t have the foggiest idea. I just had a power outage. I don’t have the foggiest idea what occurred after that. I truly don’t. I never needed him dead or anything. I don’t recollect firing the weapon. I was drinking a ton.” Israel was additionally blamed for engaging in sexual relations with a 14-year-old young lady. In 2013, he was indicted for second-degree murder and was condemned to life. Jail records demonstrate that Israel remains imprisoned at the Century Correctional Institution in Escambia County, Florida.