Damn his wife isn’t allowed to get up throughout the night? She’s not allowed to go to the bathroom? Grab water, check on the children? I’m NOT buying it. WHY? I don’t understand why she had to die today instead of ALL THE OTHER TIMES SHE COULD HAVE DIED.
WHAT made this day special? I’m stirrer and I’m up all times of night. If I was to be mistaken for an intruder that would have happened YEARS AGO. My hubby is paranoid and used to wake up punching at shit all the time. I’m aware of this so I let him know IT’S ME if I should wake him up.
Why didn’t he call out to her? The same way you do in the movies. You wake up because you heard a noise. You look beside you. Your partner isn’t there. How much time did it take for him to NOT REALIZE that his wife wasn’t beside him? Did he EVEN check? I call BULLSHIT! ABSOLUTE #BULLSHIT.
A married man FIRST checks his wife beside him, he then checks the children if there are any.
It happened in Ypsilanti Township, about 40 miles west of Detroit, around 2:30 a.m. with the couple’s two young children in the home at the time, according to news reports.
Alright, what I don’t like? He let the little kid talk to officers first. I’m going to guess its because he was busily checking on his dying wife. I’m a skeptic. And if it makes sense, I’ll leave it alone. This doesn’t add up. What would a logical person do in this situation?
What would a couple do? If you think there’s potential for an intruder, Wouldn’t everybody be on edge? Wouldn’t the wife be just as concerned for the safety of her family as the husband would? I know I would. Somebody tried to break into our house years ago. My hubby was alert and so was I. We hardly slept that night because we thought they’d strike again. Maybe I’m wrong. But time will tell.
I can’t imagine just waking up and grabbing a gun and firing a shot. He was disoriented and it could have been his child walking around.