By Lawrence Schiller
Not anyone in Cape might court docket condominium, New Jersey, was once stunned whilst Eric Thomas, a well-liked younger health professional, sued the Ford Motor corporation for the wrongful dying of his pregnant spouse, Tracy, after a minor twist of fate concerning their strong Explorer. sponsored via the clinical examiner’s findings, the lawsuit claimed that the Explorer’s air bag inflated improperly, inflicting accidents that led to Tracy’s suffocation.But this possible uncomplicated product-liability case quickly advanced into anything some distance darker and extra complex…After an exhaustive research, Ford grew to become the tables, alleging that Tracy Thomas didn't die from accidents caused by a faulty air bag. She died due to guide strangulation. Now, it used to be the defendant, the large automaker Ford, who turned a de facto prosecutor, with plaintiff Eric Thomas, a passenger within the Explorer, accused of murdering his spouse…
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That year Easter fell on March 30th. On that day Eric took Alix down South to Orangeburg, South Carolina, to visit his parents. This was the ﬁrst time he attended Easter services without Tracy. At church, he ran across an old friend, Stephanie Arrington, who was also visiting her parents. He had dated her in high school and lived with her for a while during his ﬁrst year at dental school. Since then she’d married Sean Haley, a graduate student, in Austin, Texas, where she worked for IBM. The marriage was not going well she told Eric.
The lawyer advised them to retain an attorney in New Jersey and petition the court to set speciﬁc times for phone calls and visits. She recommended someone named Lisa Radell, whose ofﬁce was in Wildwood, near Cape May Court House. The Roses were depressed not to be with Alix for the holidays. For a time, Doris was so upset that she didn’t want a tree. This was the ﬁrst Christmas since Tracy’s death and Doris had planned to let Alix help put up the decorations Tracy had bought in Germany. Instead the Roses spent Christmas at Wendy’s where they bought presents for Alix and Eric and mailed them.
The next morning, before coffee, Donald and Doris left for Hyannis. Would they take care of Alix up in Hyannis? Of course, they replied. Doris and Donald assumed he wasn’t going to Antigua alone. Though Alix was in day care, everyone agreed that the more time she spent with family, the better it would be. One 48 Cape May Court House morning while Doris was putting some things away in Eric’s bedroom drawers, she found woman’s clothing that didn’t belong to Tracy. Then she noticed a color photograph of a woman on the refrigerator.
Cape May Court House: A Death in the Night by Lawrence Schiller