To some, the untimely death of a Utah mother and noted scientist appeared to be a suicide — to her teenage son it was murder, and he was determined to prove it.
A man is serving 30 years for killing his wife, but some forensics experts say the evidence doesn't prove the crime.
A man returns to his home with his wife at approximately 4 am. From some bushes in the entrance garden another man comes out, face covered and pistol in hand, to assault them.
The prosecution says Arthur Schirmer murdered both his wives, but defense expert witnesses testified Thursday that the women’s fatal injuries were inconsistent with being hit on the head.
A forensic pathologist testified today in Monroe County Court that the deaths of Arthur Schirmer’s wives were not homicides. Schirmer, 64, is on trial in Monroe County Court for the July 15, 2008, death of his second wife Betty Jean Schirmer.
Anita Zannin wanted a different kind of job, so she started her business in blood three years ago.