I really don’t know how to express this, except to open with this wisdom: Never assume that violence will not come to you. Always be wise, aware, and alert.
Last week, my partner’s adopted son (a great-nephew by blood) was suicided (murdered by suicide). Our local police, the sheriff’s department, and my own agency, came to the same case profile. He did not commit suicide. The family behind our suspicions is one of intergenerational criminality. They are extremely dangerous.
Because of either Medical Examiner misinterpretation of physical evidence, or a deliberate omission of facts to throw the perpetrators off track, it was ruled a suicide. However, the main suspect has been doing a lot of talking, except to the police.
This is a rough time, as very evil people may very well get away with murder. Thoughts, please?