By Lawrence Schiller
Nobody in Cape may well court docket apartment, New Jersey, used to be stunned whilst Eric Thomas, a favored younger health professional, sued the Ford Motor corporation for the wrongful dying of his pregnant spouse, Tracy, after a minor coincidence concerning their robust Explorer. subsidized via the scientific examiner’s findings, the lawsuit claimed that the Explorer’s air bag inflated improperly, inflicting accidents that led to Tracy’s suffocation.But this probably easy product-liability case quickly advanced into whatever a ways darker and extra complex…After an exhaustive research, Ford became the tables, alleging that Tracy Thomas didn't die from accidents due to a faulty air bag. She died due to handbook strangulation. Now, it was once the defendant, the enormous 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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Shortly afterward, Tracy left the house with Eric, who was holding Alix. By now the snow had stopped falling. 40 THREE The Investigation The temperature was still a crisp thirty-one degrees on Thursday, February 13th, four days after Tracy Thomas died. Together they visited the scene of the accident on Hand Avenue, and then examined the Ford Explorer at the county’s impound garage. At the scene, Webster showed the adjuster how the vehicle had been traveling east just before it turned right and hit the utility pole.
He had 27 Lawrence Schiller married Doris in 1952 when he was sixteen. She was sixteen too, half Narragansett Native American and half African American. One day when Tracy was in the ﬁrst grade, she passed out at Sunday school and was taken to the hospital. She was found to have a defective heart valve. But in time, her heart problem just went away. Tracy had a zest for life. She loved ﬂoating on rafts in nearby Dennis Pond, and playing street ball or croquet in their large front yard. But education came ﬁrst with the Roses.
It was during one of the Roses’ regular visits to Plainfield to see Wendy’s 36 Cape May Court House and Tracy’s families together that Eric told the family Tracy was going to have another child. This was the first the Roses had heard if it; Tracy hadn’t told her parents that she was pregnant. Tracy’s pregnancy was easy, but she wondered about Eric’s new habit of stepping outdoors to take calls on his cellphone. The phone would ring, and he’d walk out the door. Back inside, he’d tell her it was patient business.
Cape May Court House: A Death in the Night by Lawrence Schiller