Savopoulos Sisters Stand Strong at Family's Funeral Following D.C. Mansion Murders

Abigail and Katerina Savopoulos laid their parents and brother to rest at a service in Washington, D.C.

Hundreds of mourners attended the funerals for the wealthy family whose murders shocked the nation.

Front and center blinking back tears were 19-year-old Abigail Savopoulos and her 17-year-old sister, Katerina.

The devastated sisters stood together as three coffins, covered with white hydrangeas, were carried up the steps of Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Northwest Washington D.C.

Abigail and Katerina were away at boarding schools when their businessman father, Savvas, mom, Amy, and ten-year-old brother, Philip, were tortured and murdered in their mansion which was then set on fire last month. 

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Daron Dylon Wint was charged with murder after his DNA was identified on pizza crust found inside the mansion. But, his attorney told INSIDE EDITION, "He doesn't like pizza! He doesn't eat pizza!"

His attorney, Robin Ficker, met with Wint in jail over the weekend and made the rounds of the cable news shows Monday where his pizza crust defense came under attack.

INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent interviewed Ficker and said, "That's not a very convincing defense."

Ficker responded, saying, "That's the point, we don't have to convince anyone. The state has to prove the unreasonable doubt that he committed first-degree murder."

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Trent asked, "Are you denying that Daron had any role at all in these murders?"

He said, "He's a nice guy. I honestly don't believe that he had anything to do with murdering anybody."

But, there's no doubt the sisters have lost their parents and little brother.

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