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A Cornell University researcher was found dead in a New York state park from massive cuts to her throat and her husband was hospitalized under guard after a police chase, state police said Thursday.
Troopers identified the woman found Wednesday morning in Taughannock Falls State Park as Caroline Coffey, 28, a post-doctoral researcher in bio-medicine at Cornell. Hikers found the body along a wooded trail in the park, just outside Ithaca, N.Y., where the Ivy League school is located.
Capt. Lawrence Jackmin said authorities questioned her husband, Blazej Kot, but have not charged him.
Originally posted by Cameoii
There is a link to the other scientists deaths in my signature if you wish to take a look. This does sound strange. One theory of why the husband ran from the cops but might not be guilty: He was afraid of someone that looked like a cop. It's stretching it I know, but if the couple were attacked by someone in uniform, and the husband barely escaped, it makes since for him to wildly run from the next cop he sees.
Humm, the first intutition of any man before killing himself over grief for the murder of his wife is to find the assailant, and beat the heck out of him/them until they stopped breathing. Then after that happens if the husband is really in great grief, instead of running from the police he should have stayed right by the side of his wife.