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BY EMOKE BEBIAK

ANCHOR CHRISTIAN BRYANT

Startling new evidence in the tragic story of the Powell family. Josh Powell killed himself and his two sons by blowing up his house back in February. Documents released Friday link him to the disappearance of his wife Susan in 2009. CNN reports on the new evidence.

 

“The unsealed search warrants show the investigators found two fans blowing on the living room sofa, they later found blood evidence on the tile nearby. That blood belonged to Susan Powell. ”

 

Josh Powell was never charged in the disappearance, but CNN adds — investigators found a “generator, blankets, a gas can, tarps and a shovel” in his car. And KSTU reports, the documents also include a handwritten letter entitled “Last will & testament for Susan Powell” found in a safety deposit box.

 

“...she feared that if she were to leave him, that she would disappear, that it would not be accident, even if it was meant to look like one.”

 

Many are now asking why this information did not lead to Josh Powell’s arrest after his wife went missing in December 2009. Susan’s best friend tells Utah’s KSL-TV...

 

“That seems to me the proof that she was murdered and disposed of, and it makes me pretty angry that he was not arrested. Maybe Charlie and Braden’s lives could have been saved.”

 

Investigators into Susan Powell’s disappearance in Utah compiled the evidence, but decided not to arrest Josh Powell in relation to his wife’s disappearance. But in Washington — where Powell killed himself and his sons — investigators of the ongoing case say Powell should have been charged...

 

A Washington prosecutor tells ABC...

 

“There’s circumstancial evidence, there’s direct evidence, there’s motive, there’s everything but the dead body.”

 

But District Attorney Lohra Miller from Utah says there was simply not enough evidence in the case. The Salt Lake Tribune reports...

 

“Miller said she knew of the evidence disclosed Friday and never believed it was enough to charge Josh Powell with a crime as it ‘would not rise to a level of reasonable doubt to convict a person.’”

 

The documents were released as part of an ongoing voyeurism case against Susan Powell’s father-in-law, Steven Powell.

 

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Susan Powell’s Blood Found in Her Home

 

Image Source: KOMOnews.com

 

BY EMOKE BEBIAK

ANCHOR CHRISTIAN BRYANT

Startling new evidence in the tragic story of the Powell family. Josh Powell killed himself and his two sons by blowing up his house back in February. Documents released Friday link him to the disappearance of his wife Susan in 2009. CNN reports on the new evidence.

 

“The unsealed search warrants show the investigators found two fans blowing on the living room sofa, they later found blood evidence on the tile nearby. That blood belonged to Susan Powell. ”

 

Josh Powell was never charged in the disappearance, but CNN adds — investigators found a “generator, blankets, a gas can, tarps and a shovel” in his car. And KSTU reports, the documents also include a handwritten letter entitled “Last will & testament for Susan Powell” found in a safety deposit box.

 

“...she feared that if she were to leave him, that she would disappear, that it would not be accident, even if it was meant to look like one.”

 

Many are now asking why this information did not lead to Josh Powell’s arrest after his wife went missing in December 2009. Susan’s best friend tells Utah’s KSL-TV...

 

“That seems to me the proof that she was murdered and disposed of, and it makes me pretty angry that he was not arrested. Maybe Charlie and Braden’s lives could have been saved.”

 

Investigators into Susan Powell’s disappearance in Utah compiled the evidence, but decided not to arrest Josh Powell in relation to his wife’s disappearance. But in Washington — where Powell killed himself and his sons — investigators of the ongoing case say Powell should have been charged...

 

A Washington prosecutor tells ABC...

 

“There’s circumstancial evidence, there’s direct evidence, there’s motive, there’s everything but the dead body.”

 

But District Attorney Lohra Miller from Utah says there was simply not enough evidence in the case. The Salt Lake Tribune reports...

 

“Miller said she knew of the evidence disclosed Friday and never believed it was enough to charge Josh Powell with a crime as it ‘would not rise to a level of reasonable doubt to convict a person.’”

 

The documents were released as part of an ongoing voyeurism case against Susan Powell’s father-in-law, Steven Powell.

 

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