And it was the last place three people saw yesterday. AP:
Three people were found shot to death in a Riverside County home and investigators suspect a double murder-suicide.
Cathedral City Police Lt. Charles Robinson says officers were called to the house in Cathedral City late Wednesday morning.The home was purchased in March 2003 for $170,000, was Zillowed up to $399,000 in the bubble, and is now back to $175,000.
They discovered a woman and her adult daughter shot to death in a bed. In another bedroom, the body of the older woman's common-law husband was found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
But lookie here. The tax assessment jumped by $106,000 in 2007. Because of California's Prop 13, you only get a jump like that if you make major improvements to the house. It looks like these guys did a major remodel, likely funded with a home equity suckout. That would have left them deeply underwater after the crash.
And it looks like this double-murder-suicide came down to a broke man angry over not getting enough of his dying wife's assets.
Investigators say the woman had been recently diagnosed with a terminal illness, and her common-law husband was upset over her plans to divide her assets after her death.Killing over the assets of the dying, murdering for the last scraps in a desperate America. That's what the Greenspan-Bernanke Fed have brought us to.
The daughter was visiting from Florida to help put her mother's affairs in order.
Greenspan's Body Count stands at 233.