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The detectives spoke to Andy Fine's wife to get more information about his life and disappearance.

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interesting indeed. Was she the battered wife who shot him in the unmentionables to be free. SHe could not have carried the body by her self if so...I am not sure what to think of her yet!

  mari
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Maybe until 'death do you part' has another meaning now...

At any rate, I'm confident there's at least one affair going on here, but I'm not sure who with who just yet. But I sure wouldn't be surprised.

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From what I know now, after reading her sister Robyns interview, it is obvious Cindy is lying.
From what I remember, I think it was from one of the interviews of those people who lived in the apartments across the road.
It was Jose Lopez who was...

From what I know now, after reading her sister Robyns interview, it is obvious Cindy is lying.
From what I remember, I think it was from one of the interviews of those people who lived in the apartments across the road.
It was Jose Lopez who was woken up by a loud noise at 1.50am. Then when he looked out the window he saw the dog rummaging through the garbage tin. I believe it was in fact the gun shot he heard.
This dark vehicle that was always seen parked near both apartment blocks was in fact parked inside the Oxford Ridge parking lot that morning.
I believe the dark SUV was watching and waiting to hear from Cindy, and she could have been having an affair with this person.
It is possible Cindy shot Andy and this person in the dark vehicle could have been the person who did help Cindy with the body.???
That is what it is looking like to me.
It seems to me that Cindy turned up at her sisters after "they" had disposed of Andy's body, and that was the reason why she was dirty. But this other person did most of the dirty work.
When Cindy was so keen to go home was because she had to go home to clean up the mess, so if anybody turned up everything would have appeared in order.
Cindy has lied about Andy having come home that night.
That vehicle that could have picked up Andy when Officer Wilkins saw him, I believe was Carl. And it was Carl who did drop Andy off at home after having stopped off at the Chevron where he did get that chicken-on-a-stick.
This fits into the time frame of when Carl did leave Duffys and went to the Chevron, and then bumped into Andy staggering and picked him up.
But it appears that at least a few people did drive a dark vehicle.

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  Di.
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Okay, she was most definitely abused. However, it seems likely that she is not the killer, due to the fact that she was in great emotional distress. Cindy is far too religious and too naive to have killed someone like him. And, I believe that an...

Okay, she was most definitely abused. However, it seems likely that she is not the killer, due to the fact that she was in great emotional distress. Cindy is far too religious and too naive to have killed someone like him. And, I believe that an affair cannot be suspected without enough data. So I believe that this case is way too personal and involves her one way or another (the shot to the groin).

Oh, and could it be possible to add a video too? It would be nice to examine the interviewee's body language. These tells are dead giveaways.

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  Castiel
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*Update*

Okay, this Andrew guy could have had multiple affairs. Just read Robyn Dykman's interview.

  Castiel
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Someone from the bar Dudley or that other one Carl I'll keep reading wish I had the whole lot in paper Infront of me be easier to resolve the case

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