As investigators sifted through the material, they zeroed in on an exchange between a user called “dogdaygod,” who they determined was trying to arrange the murder of a woman named Amy Allwine from a suburb outside St. She “tore my family apart by sleeping with my husband, and is stealing clients from my business,” user “dogdaygod” explained to Besa Mafia, adding the death should “look like an accident.” That image was hard to sync with Amy’s life. She and her husband Stephen had met at a Christian college and were members of a local United Church of God congregation, according to news reports.Stephen served as a church elder and offered marriage counseling to couples. Local law enforcement met with the Allwines about the alleged threats, the Pioneer Press reported.Besa Mafia, however, was not actually an outfit of Albanian contract killers. “We have zero information at this point that any of the hits that were ordered on that website were actually carried out,” a Minnesota detective told Fox 9. A handgun — the 9mm Springfield XDS Stephen had purchased three months earlier — was lying near her left forearm. But investigators quickly decided it was meant to look that way.“In fact there is pretty good evidence, I think, that it was just a scam.” “Dogdaygod” paid the site at least 00 in bitcoin to arrange Amy Allwine’s death, prosecutors say. There were no powder burns or stippling on the victim’s head, meaning the gun was not pressed against her temple when it was fired.I have sought forgiveness from God and he has forgiven me, so I have been completely cleansed of this sin.” Sam said that he never met with anyone face to face through the website and that he never had an affair while he’s been married to Nia.He added that he made the account out of “fleshly desires and simple curiosity.” The You Tube star added that the video would be his only time discussing the incident.The attorney also says the defense will argue the timeline of Amy’s death will show Stephen could not have killed his wife. You Tube star Sam Rader spoke out on Friday about reports that he had an account on Ashley Madison, the dating website for people seeking to have affairs.
The gun was lying on her left side, but she was right-handed.
Investigators would later uncover that “dogdaygod” had posted on other dark Web sites searching for scopolamine in the Minneapolis area.
In court this week, Stephen’s attorney De Vore argued the physical evidence at the crime scene was “contaminated” after officers removed the handgun from the bedroom to unload the weapon.
The 29-year-old’s membership to Ashley Madison was revealed online following a cyber attack by hackers.
Josh Duggar and a Louisiana GOP official were also revealed to be clients of the cheating website. This was before I got onto You Tube,” Sam said in the video. She has forgiven me for this mistake that I made in opening the account.