Friday, June 21, 2013
Suspect in Wife's Murder Denies Involvement but...
at 9:58 AM
....his head shake says otherwise. Watch him respond if he had anything to do with his wife's murder.
Thanks to one of my very astute and intelligent readers who caught this on the news last night (thanks, NM, for sharing this).
They say the most dangerous time in a relationship is when a couple splits up. In February of this year, Alan Smith and his wife, Susann, were in the process of a contentious divorce when she ended up murdered in the home once shared by the Smith family.
Police called Susann's husband, Alan, a person of interest. Now they have upgraded that to suspect.
Sometime in May, Alan and his girlfriend, Love Thai, moved into the home where Susann was murdered, and they don't seem to be too inhibited by what happened.
Police were called to the residence when the neighbors heard loud screams coming from the home on Monday. The source of the screams? According to news reports, the police discovered the couple having sex in the backyard.
Clearly Love Thai should have had a wake-up call during this interview when she talked about the details of the murder that Alan supposed didn't know, and Alan replied that it "was not entirely true"--that he had seen police reports, but he didn't think it "would have been helpful to mention any of that stuff." Ouch!
I do tend to think Love Thai should take the warning police gave her about Alan potentially being a sociopath.
I certainly don't trust him--that's for sure!