wow, that was interesting. the 911 call... wow. so, he already knew his wife was dead but in the first 30 seconds of the 911 call, he's only talking about the "burglary" and not mentioning his wife. and not a drop of blood on him... he didn't go to her, shake her, roll her over hoping she was still alive? please! and the laptops and the cash were still there, but the old desktop was gone? wow.
it's like he knew how to cover up the blood evidence, but everything else, he was plain stupid.
the life insurance policies taken out only a few months prior with only his prints and the money problems before that, the paint chips from the broken door on the car that he was supposedly driving at the time of the "break in", the carefully placed open drawers, the ... OMG... internet searches! wow.
I watched this show with a witness family member who couldn't bring themselves to think that he did anything wrong. direct quote "she could have done those internet searches". yeah, and she's the one who's dead. right.
Playing the devil's advocate though, when a murder like this is done by a Catholic or anyone else in an accepted mainstream religion, you don't hear the media mention the religion. If it's JW, mormon, or any type of "fringe" group, or Islamic or something, you hear about it. Maybe they were just using the "preacher man" spin to draw viewers, but you can't blame the religion for this happening. Really, how fair is that?
I was just looking at a newpaper article from somewhere in that area where this crime took place, and there was a comment from a reader that seemed to point the finger at the religion, and I just have to say... that's really not fair, based on what I saw on the 20/20 show.
Now, if the elders knew things and didn't come forward in the police investigation, that's another thing, but I don't know if that had been proven, and they didn't mention that side of the story on 20/20 last night. I wish 20/20 had discussed that, too, if there was an issue there.