Veronica Smith was found dead at her home on Friday night. Her husband, George O'Connor, and her 10-year-old daughter, Haley Smith, had just come back from a Father-Daughter Dance when they discovered Veronica's lifeless body on the bed in the master bedroom.
Veronica's head was covered by a plastic bag, and there were no signs of a disturbance at the scene. A note was found on the bedside table next to the body, which contributed to initial impressions of suicide.
Veronica's husband was adamant that she would never kill herself, and detectives at the scene that night observed some things that didn't seem quite right. Further investigation turned up evidence that this case wasn't what it first appeared to be.
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Where do you start?
If this is your first look at the investigation, you may want to start with the Case Recap or one of these case documents:
- Incident Report about the discovery of the body
- The note found at the scene
- George O'Connor interview
- Veronica Smith biography
- Haley Smith interview
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