"We will never forget Susan," Marini said this week. "She was such a wonderful girl. She was so happy and friendly and a friend to everyone we met."
She said Josh Powell's final act was evidence of his guilt.
"If he was capable of doing that to these two children he claimed he loved … of course he could do something similar to Susan," Marini said. "I'm ashamed to have once called him my friend. He and Susan were once one of our best friends. I don't know how I could have known him for 12 years and not known what a maniac he was."
Investigators have vowed to continue seeking answers to the whereabouts of Susan Powell, who disappeared in December 2009. Investigators from the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office searched a recycling center Wednesday in search of possible information deposited there by Josh Powell. Results of the investigation were not available.
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