A markaber case has hit the us state of Utah.
Here was the body of a man found in a freezer. But it is a detail that was found on the body, has really got attention.
On the deceased husband namely a slip of paper, on which was written, that it was not his wife, who had killed him.
It writes the New York Post.
The deceased man named Paul Mathers. And his mortal remains were found in the freezer in the couple's home in the city of Tooele in Utah.
Finally, Paul Mathers was officially seen alive was 4. February 2009, where he was looked after in a health care facility for war veterans. He suffered from a terminal illness, and it is supposed that he died not long after.
Or between 4. February 8. march 2009.
But before he died, he got a notary to stamp a letter, in which he affirms, that it was not his wife, which took the life of him.
the Body of the deceased american was first found in november of this year, after Paul Mathers wife, Jeanne Souron-Mathers, died as a 75-year-old.
Found was done by a search. Now the police started to look into the case - partly because there have been paid social and a veteranydelse monthly to Paul Mathers for a number of years after his death.
In connection with the investigation, police found in addition to the notary who stamped the banknote, which was found on the deceased. She confirmed to have stamped the letter - but at the same time told, that she had not read the letter, before she stamped it.
Yet, it is not clear what caused Paul Mathers death.Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 22:00