Per my last blog "I just got a call that my brother-in-law Bobby (my sister Connie's husband) was murdered tonight. I just can't believe it.. So much loss since October (Connie died Oct 24, 2017). Thank God I believe in a higher power. I don't know what I'd do if I didn't"
You would not believe what we have found out about the woman Bobby met a mere 36 days ago and how this woman manipulated him. He signed everything over to her. A home worth over $200,000, 6 acres of land and his retirement account that had over $400,000 in it.
I'm attaching a few clips of what this woman has managed to do in the past 7 years in her community. Oh how I wish we had known about her.
These are only two things of the many we know about her now. I was lucky enough to contact the person overseeing his retirement account. I am so lucky I went to school with him. I called him the night Bobby died and told him this lady was under investigation for the death of my brother-in-law. He called me Sunday night. He told me she has already called him 4 x over the Easter holiday weekend. He decided to call me first before calling her on Monday. What he did tell me was because of Bobby's death he would not be sending out his monthly retirement check of $2000. He told me he would drag it out as long as he could but of course he needs a copy of the death certificate before he can do anything. This girl is so freakin' clever it isn't funny.
I wrote a long letter to the Marion Co Sheriff Department. Things about Bobby that all of us knew, what we suspected, how much she stands to gain over his death.
His nephew works at the Marion Co Court House. He personally went and talked to the judge Monday morning because she was going to turn in the notarized will that she and Bobby had drawn up. So it could be placed in probate court. He refused to take the will when she presented it yesterday until the autopsy report was back.
I had friended this lady of facebook a few weeks back at Bobby's request so I could get to know here. We have had several conversations about my sister's belongings especially those surrounding musical equipment that was my grandmothers because I would like to keep it in the family. She agreed, now she recanted last night once she found out I was going to AL for the funeral. Her basic words were "We could take the dogs now, but the other stuff has to wait for her lawyer to give approval"
I can't believe I'm saying good-bye to Bobby on Thursday. My mind can't seem to wrap around these tragic events that led up to his death. I cry everyday and this pain has only added to the pain from when Connie (his wife, my sister) passed away in October and my mom's death in July of 2016.
On a completely different note it doesn't help I flunked my drug test for my new job because of my prescription hydrocodone acetaminophen that I take for my knee. The new place did the test in front of me. I had to sign all kinds of papers for it to be sent off to get tested. I told them before I took it I would fail it due to that medicine. Hopefully my being honest out of the gate will help me to get the job and keep it.
Well you have had enough of my rantings for one day. Please keep my family in your thoughts and prayers as we begin this journey.