While caring for her mother after the surgery, Somers said she heard a bombshell just days before her mother died. “A few days before her death, I was helping her wash her hair and she turned to me and said, ‘Alex if anything happens to me make sure it was not your father,’” said Somers. http://abcnews.go.com/US/daughter-waited-long-father-charged-wifes-murder/story?id=17084717
Michele MacNeill, the murdered woman, should have taken her fears seriously. People always tell themselves not to be paranoid, unfortunately. There was even a case of a husband who doubted his wife so strongly that he slept with a gun, she waited until he was asleep and shot him in the stomach, killing him. She claimed he had rolled over onto the handgun (didn’t get away with it though).
From an earlier post,
If their girlfriends, who they ended up murdering, and victims of other psychopaths had known enough about sociopathy to suspect it, perhaps they wouldn’t have gone back one last time, or gone back alone to retrieve their belongings, or tried to do the right thing and explain in person why they were leaving, or tried to stay just friends, or agreed to meet in private, etc. In my opinion, it’s incredibly irresponsible of law enforcement and the media not to inform the public about sociopathic criminals. http://pathwhisperer.wordpress.com/2011/09/20/post-redux-are-saps-socially-adept-psychopaths-real/
Dan Abrams says he’s almost never seen a case with this much evidence without charges being filed for years as happened in this case. I would suggest investigating the local police department and investigators plus the DA’s office for possible protecting sociopaths.