Some states are one-party-approvers on taping other people, so if you want to tape someone you can do it clandestinely. Others are two-party, and it's illegal to tape without both parties' approval. You'd get charged with a crime if you went ahead and taped in a two-party state without permission. By that logic, Connecticut must be a one-party approval state, right?
And I was impressed by the law students, too! If I ever need legal representation, I'm choosing a Yale lawyer, not a Harvard one. 🤪 Of course, they probably went with Yale 'cause they're in Connecticut.
Yeah, and this goes to Barb's parenting. As much as Jeffrey besmirched her, I think she did a good job with her kids.
As for the crime, I agree with pretty much everyone (the husband did it). I was thinking afterwards that they showed those notes from Jeffrey to Barb where he kept saying he loved her. Nah. I think being a narcissist he didn't want her to leave him. He wanted to leave her. On his terms. He couldn't take it. Also, I had completely forgotten about the ski mask guy on the day before the murder. That even more points to the husband to me. He didn't do it himself, so he hired some dufus. The guy got scared off because Barb had someone with her on the day he planned to do it. If it was one of the gifting tables people, for me, it would have been something they'd have done in a fit of anger/hot emotion. I can't seeing them getting scared off and coming back. The people from the gifting tables who would have been most upset with Barb were her AA associates. I don't see them as having the wherewithal or the gumption to commit murder.