I would lean the other way. I think it's bad that she was killed. Not good stuff.
They keep talkng about how she enjoyed life - but IMHO her life seems really sad. Lots of stuff, lots of income but no wealth and no "happy home life." Sad for her kids and sad for her.
This story line is made to order for "Law and Order". Can't wait to see if their solution matches the Dallas police. Betcha McCoy gets a conviction, tho.
This ought to be very intersting!! A woman that made $200,000 per year and had NOTHING, but a couple of cars. Somethings going on there.
Money does not buy you happiness or love. Take for instance Rebecca Simpson from Bridgeport, she married money & loved someone else.
Money can rent love for a few hours.
Evidently, parenting wasn't something that was a high priority in her family. Generous to friends, but not to her own children. Pretty sad when your own son doesn't even attend your funeral. Speaks volumes.
In fairness (however I do believe her life was sad) her son not attending her funeral MIGHT not have been his fault. If he is a minor in another state it was his Dad's decision if he attend or not - his Dad may have decided he couldn't/wouldn't be the best thing.
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