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Why is the GCPD protecting the husband? Their claim of 'not enough evidence' is ridiculous. If there truly isnt enough evidence, the blame lies with the police. When Nique was reported missing, the GCPD didn't want to hear from anyone but the husband. Why? Seems they were quite familiar with him. The police didn't bother to help with the search. Didn't the police think it was strange that 5 days after Nique was last seen, according to the husband, the husband then filed for divorce, while Nique was still missing?
ROAADS: it is a fact, and not 'wrong', that the husband is the one and only suspect in the murder of his wife. The public has a right to know this fact, since he was a named suspect. There is evidence against the husband...but how it has been handled by the police is another story.
The statements made by the GC Police in this story are incredible. They don't have enough evidence? Really? 2 reasons for that - they ignored evidence and they didn't seek out evidence during the first few days Nique was missing. They didn't want to take a missing person report from anyone but the husband. Why? Surveillance cameras were at the house - were they seized? Were the home computers ever investigated? The police didn't have conversations with the husband while Nique was missing. Did they question the grandfather while Nique was missing? No. The police were given contact info for other people who could give information on the husband...but those people were never contacted. Why weren't the police interested in investigating the husband? The family, NOT the police, organized a search party - the police refused to assist with the search until Nique was found. If the husband is in contempt of court regarding the issue of the grandparents visitation, why isnt GC doing something about it??? Why was the husband allowed (with 2 minor children who had legal rights to visit their grandparents) to leave not just GC, but the state of GA???
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