Reading of the efforts this man made to cover-up should be proof enough for any
jury thatsomething was not what it should have been had this been an
accidental death. The statement made by his wife to her daughter is just
further proof that something was questionable about what was going on in this
household, the husband's behavior, and last and finally the comments made
by his paramour to her friend. But then again with the behavior of some of
these "Utah Juries" unless they have live footage they will probably
find him innocent.
Were these up during the hearing itself or just beforehand? If it was during the
hearing, these women may be actually setting back the case.
I have followed this tragic story for years. It is time for justice to be
served, if he is guilty. Has anyone researched the story of his brother's
death, I wonder.