The Flying Penguin wrote on Sep 15, 2021, 10:24:
RedEye9 wrote on Sep 15, 2021, 10:09:
Lawyer arranged his own death in $10 million life insurance scheme
His wife and one of his sons were murdered a couple months ago, so far unsolved.
He embezzled millions from the law firm that bears the family name.
After quitting he announces that he's entering drug treatment.
And now this.
If you read a fiction manuscript and it told this story you'd think it unpublishable.
Yeah, I suspected there was a lot more going on with that story, and I think there will be even more eventually. The whole thing smells rotten. I'm not sure I even buy the life insurance scam angle. I suspect this had more to do with faking an attack to avoid suspicion for his involvement with his wife and son's murder. It'll all come out eventually.
So from all the bits I’ve gathered I’ve developed the complete and full story and this is the only one that will matter.🙃
He’s an opioid (oxy) addict who embezzled millions from his job.
All he needs to do is pay it back. The life insurance from the death of his wife and son would more than cover it and give him a cushion - plus the sorrow and guilt it created might allow him to keep his job. Contracting a hit on his family members seemed like a good idea when he was high.
The hit man/hit men got tired of waiting for their payola as the insurance company was still investigating the double murder. So they decided to put a little heat on the stuffed shirt. Either that or the drive out into the country was to make a payment and the lawyer came with empty pockets.
There was a gun drawn, a tussle, and a boom. The shooter knew the lawyer couldn’t him in because the lawyer would incriminate himself.
The lawyer broke under questioning and his story sucked, he even went so far to say that he didn’t know insurance would still pay if he committed suicide. Cell phone pings showed all the people of interest in the countryside.
If I got anything wrong just let me know.
And like you said, there’s a lot to the story we don’t know and may never know.
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