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World a year later, a man always sought for the murder of his wife in Texas

15:20  21 october  2021
15:20  21 october  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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The American authorities are always looking for a man suspected of killing his wife in October 2020.

  Un an après, un homme toujours recherché pour le meurtre de sa femme au Texas © Alan Poizner / for the Tennessean / SIPA

The American authorities are always in the active search of Trent Vahl Paschal, suspected of killing his wife in Texas. This man would have shot his wife on October 21, 2020. That day, he would have waited for Savannah Paschal in the bathroom of their room and shot him. He was then arrested and charged but released after paying his deposit of $ 550,000. Following his liberation, he fled and stayed since, not found. "We are constantly on our guard. We monitor everything. It's very anxiety. And it was a very difficult year, "commented on the father of the victim, Michael Kinchen, with the Ktrk chain.

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To add to the sordid of this story, the man during his caval, posted a video on YouTube, filmed before the murder of his wife. "I told him not to play with me, not to play with my emotions," he said on the pictures. Then, after the murder, he would have apologized to his children, in another video.

"A strange feeling about this guy"

when he fled, the husband cut the electronic bracelet that allowed the police to monitor him. Then, he would have gone to a Houston car dealership and took a black Tahoe Chevy for a road test. He would then have pointed a knife to the seller, forcing him to leave the car in which they were both. "He released a knife and told me to get out of the car," said the seller in Ktrk. "I had a strange feeling about this guy, as if something was wrong, but I did not think he was going to steal a car."

Trent Vahl Paschal is accused of murder, serious assault and illegal possession of a firearm in Galveston County. He is also accused of serious assault against a peace officer in Harris County after allegedly drawn with a weapon on agents who were trying to apprehend him after his wife was slaughtered. It is also facing accusations of aggravated flights to Houston.

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