Neil Entwistle refuses to leave his native England and reportedly won’t cooperate with officials about the shooting deaths of his young wife and baby daughter. Dr. Henry Lee, world known forensics expert, has been called in to assist with the case. It’s important that the time of death be determined in order to decide whether or not Neil is more than a person of interest.
Apparently police were in that apartment on Friday, the day Entwistle left for England and they didn’t see anyone. The bodies weren’t found until Saturday. The question is, did the police simply miss the bodies the first time since they were in bed and a blanket was thrown over them?
Also, “Case Alert”: 24 year old Jennifer Kesse, the young woman who has vanished from her Florida hometown, remains missing. Bloodhounds and helicopters are searching the wooded area where her abandoned car was found. A reward is up to $115,000.
Another shocking discovery in a quiet suburban home in New York. A mother, who is also a doctor, killed her three children, two of which were twins, all aged between 5 and 7 years old. Her reason? Her husband announced he wanted a divorce.
Prosecutors have immediately submitted that they are seeking the death penalty.
This mother not only suffocated her children, according to autopsies, but had also poisoned them with bug poison in chocolate. She claims they asked to die too when they saw her take it herself.
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