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Authorities: 'Info' Indicates U.S. Woman Had No Role in Husband's Death on Border Lake


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An American woman isn't being identified by as a suspect in her husband's death on a Mexican border lake, U.S. investigators said, tamping down speculation about the credibility of her story.

U.S. law enforcement officials said Thursday that they have undisclosed "information" leading them to believe Tiffany Harley had no criminal involvement in an alleged attack on her husband on Lake Falcon, a 60-mile-long lake that connects Texas with Mexico.

Sheriff Martin Cuellar of Webb County said Thursday that authorities have information suggesting Hartley's story is credible. Hartley of Milliken, Colo., said her husband, David, was shot by Mexican pirates on the lake last week as they were returning to the United States on Jet Skis.

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I've heard about this story, and to be honest, the presses suggestion that she had something to do with her husband's death infuriates me.

 

I realize that many, many times the perpetrator is someone who the victim knows. And I know that people lie. But I think the press needs to show some restraint and wait until officials have thoroughly investigated their cases before they irresponsibly toss around accusations.

 

This is one of those cases. We shall see what the reality is, soon enough.

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I've heard about this story, and to be honest, the presses suggestion that she had something to do with her husband's death infuriates me.

 

I realize that many, many times the perpetrator is someone who the victim knows. And I know that people lie. But I think the press needs to show some restraint and wait until officials have thoroughly investigated their cases before they irresponsibly toss around accusations.

 

This is one of those cases. We shall see what the reality is, soon enough.

 

If the Mexican gov't found the body and disposed of it, she will look like she made the story up. It's so easy for them to make her look like the guilty party.

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pollyannaish

I've heard about this story, and to be honest, the presses suggestion that she had something to do with her husband's death infuriates me.

 

I realize that many, many times the perpetrator is someone who the victim knows. And I know that people lie. But I think the press needs to show some restraint and wait until officials have thoroughly investigated their cases before they irresponsibly toss around accusations.

 

This is one of those cases. We shall see what the reality is, soon enough.

 

If the Mexican gov't found the body and disposed of it, she will look like she made the story up. It's so easy for them to make her look like the guilty party.

 

Yup. Scary. A good reminder that forces on the border aren't fooling around when they put up those signs.

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