I did a bit of sleuting to familarize myself with the upcoming Martin MacNeill trial which is to take place on October 15th. I would like to share what I found with you and will welcome your input and opinions.
Is it just my imagination or does it seem that our trials of late seem to involve Mormons/Murder and Lust?
In the beginning, what a handsome couple…meet Michele and Martin MacNeill of Utah.
The years passed and middle age began to creep in….Michele remained stunningly beautiful while Martin’s good looks would stand out in a crowd.
Fairy tales do not always come true…
Now enters Gypsy Willis…
Here is the info I gathered…please feel free to add more…thank you, MSF
Dr. Martin MacNeill’s trial begins October 15
He’s accused of planning, carrying out wife’s murder
The trial of Dr. Martin MacNeill may rival that of Jodi Arias for lurid, sensational details.
He’s accused of using his medical knowledge to kill his wife, just days after making her get plastic surgery. Authorities say he drugged her heavily during her recuperation. She was found dead in the bathtub. But there are conflicting accounts, from MacNeill himself, about the position of her body. There’s “another woman,” stolen identities, reports of sexual assaults, and other crimes that figure into this complex story.
All but one of his children believe MacNeill killed their mother. The son who doubted his guilt committed suicide.
Here is a video to familarize you with this case.
Neilsen said Tuesday that as part of Willis’s plea bargain she could be required to testify against MacNeill, should he ever face charges for the death of his wife.
A nearly 60-page affidavit goes into even greater detail, suggesting that MacNeill was a serial liar with homicidal tendencies years before his wife died. The affidavit begins in 2006, when MacNeill allegedly had an affair with Anna Osborne. During the affair, MacNeill reportedly told Osborne that he previously killed his own brother, as well as some of his patients. Osborne also claimed that MacNeill had tried to kill his mother and that he wanted to kill his daughter Vanessa.
“On Jan. 22, 2006, Anna Osborne informed her psychiatrist she was having an affair with a serial killer,” the documents state.
The affidavit states that in 2006 MacNeill also began telling his family that he was dying. He claimed to have cancer, and later multiple sclerosis, and began rearranging his assets. He mentioned his supposedly fatal diagnoses to his family, neighbors and church congregation, the documents state, even though he knew he didn’t have those diseases.
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