"An initial autopsy by the Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office found
that Michele MacNeill died of natural causes related to heart disease. An
updated report by the same office in 2010 concurred but called the manner of her
death suspicious and undetermined. A third examiner, who is a witness for
prosecutors, found that the former California beauty queen drowned".++++Can autopsys even be trusted?
This guy is a wack job, there is no doubt. But the daughters and the prosecution
seem to be saying "the proof that he killed her is the fact that there is no
medical evidence, which proves that he used his medical knowledge to ensure
there was no medical evidence".An autopsy that shows that she
died of "natural heart failure" cannot possibly be twisted into evidence
that he killed her, can it? That makes no sense, and it makes no sense that his
WANTING an autopsy should be twisted to mean he murdered his wife!
The husband/wife is the almost always the FIRST suspect in almost every murder
in a family situation. One study showed about 30% of murders are committed by a
family member.I would do the same thing (ask for an autopsy in a suspicious
Ooops! Sorry, I mean to say, "because he feared HE would be the
.......because he feared you would be the target of a murder investigation.
@southmtnman: This fear is crucial to the understanding his wanting an autopsy.
He feared a police investigation, so he WANTED an autopsy?