We spoke to the people at Pearce Brokers, and they all denied knowing Annette Wyatt very well. But I can't help feeling there's something else going on here that we haven't found out about yet.
We also talked to the Harte Agency wives, Joanna Grubman and Elena Harte. Mrs. Grubman made no secret of her entirely negative opinion about Annette Wyatt. If Mrs. Harte felt the same way, she was much more discreet.
In today's update, Crime Scene members what we've heard so far as we try to find out if everyone was where they claimed to be when Annette Wyatt was murdered.
Free viewers get their first look at the colorful Mrs. Grubman and finally get to see what Annette's boyfriend Darren Barksdale told us.
Which persons of interest
in the investigation have
alibis that don't hold up?
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Coming up this week, we'll keep trying to verify alibis and start following up on any questions that arise. We're also going to try to track down some of those clients who reportedly switched from the Harte Agency to Pearce Brokers to see if they can shed any light on why someone wanted to kill Annette Wyatt.
What's your theory about why Annette Wyatt was murdered? Review the case documents and tell us what you think in the comments and the forums.
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