Judge warns wife she could be implicated in husband's death
A Tennessee woman could face criminal charges in the death of her husband, who was allegedly killed by a boyfriend -- who was found snoring in a bedroom closet.
During a hearing in Nashville, the judge stopped testimony by Martha Freeman, the victim's wife, saying her statements could implicate her in the murder. Freeman testified she saw her boyfriend, Rafael Rocha-Perez, pull her husband by his collar into a bathroom and heard "a lot of thumping and a lot of noise." But she said she didn't call police for about 18 hours because she was terrified.
Freeman was later appointed a lawyer and after that refused to answer any more questions. Police allege Rocha-Perez killed Jeffrey Freeman after the husband discovered him living in a guest bedroom closet in the Freeman's home.