AUDIOS and TRANSCRIPTS
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Audios below the transcripts.
Teresa Flisiuk: Good afternoon, I am calling from Maine and I would like to speak, my name is Teresa Flisiuk and I would like to speak with Doctor Gagliano?
Uh, he’s not in right now, He’s not a Doctor either just so you know…..
Teresa Flisiuk: Oh, I’m sorry.
….he’s our Chief Investigator .
Teresa Flisiuk: I know but I thought that he has a Medical Title.
No, he doesn’t.
Teresa Flisiuk: I see.
But yea he it’s not really a medical title , he’s he’s just an investigator, he’s the investigator.
Teresa Flisiuk: I see.
But um he’s not here , all I can do is take a message or I would or just call back in about an hour.
Teresa Flisiuk: Oh, sure I will…..
Teresa Flisiuk: Sure, Thank you so much.
Your welcome. Bye.
Teresa Flisiuk: Bye bye.
Hangs up. Beep.
Hi you’ve reached the voicemail of Tina Candage. I will be in the New York City Office Thursday December 3rd but will be checking e-mail periodically. I will return to the Scarborough Office….
You’ve reached the Forensic Center how can I help you?
Teresa Flisiuk: Yes, I am calling back Dr. Gagliaino?
Umm I’m his secretary can I help you with something?
Teresa Flisiuk: Well I’m calling from the state of Maine and the lady whi… I called before said that he he will be available within an hour?
Okay what is it in regards to?
Teresa Flisiuk: In regard to my Husband's death.
Okay you want to hold on one second?
Teresa Flisiuk: Sure.
Okay who's your Husband?
Teresa Flisiuk: Michal Flisiuk and my name is Teresa Flisiuk.
Okay just hold on one minute…
Teresa Flisiuk: Thank you.
John Gagliano: Can I help you?
Teresa Flisiuk: Dr. Gagliano?
Teresa Flisiuk: Good Afternoon. Pause. This is Teresa Flisiuk.
John Gagliano: Yes?
Teresa Flisiuk: I would like to ask you something if it if it, do you have a moment?
John Gagliano: Go ahead I’m listening.(reserved)
Teresa Flisiuk: Yes Sir. Well I would like to you know have a closure with with the children . I haven’t heard anything about personal effects from the from the vehicle of my husband? Like you know the papers? I know what kind of you know what kind of things he took with him, you know and I know and and I forgot his name the detective told me that there were various , also you told me that there were papers which sur which survived the fire? ( Detective Ray Aucoin)
John Gagliano: Yes Ma’am.
Teresa Flisiuk: How I can obtain those papers?
John Gagliano: You have to call the, we don’t have the car you’d have to call the pound and find out what was in them see if they would send them to you but I don’t have access to the car .
Teresa Flisiuk: But Doctor…pause…the they did not remain in the vehicle because, detective told me that they were in some dryer from the from the damage of the fore engine rescue ….
John Gagliano: Well…..
The papers are still in the car is what I’m telling you , I don’t have them. So if you you know you’d have to get in contact with with someone that has the car right now and they can get tell you what’s in the car . But it was in the trunk of the car and I think he had some clothing in the trunk of the car also if that was still there. ( distancing himself from prior statements!)
Teresa Flisiuk: ( "Playing along", while gaining confirmation, and getting Gagliano's lies ) Oh.
John Gagliano: But your gonna have to talk to the other half , the automobile now we do not have it . So….
Teresa Flisiuk: And that Police wouldn’t help me either?
John Gagliano: Uh. Maybe the police can help you to tell you where the car is but U have no idea where the car is.
Teresa Flisiuk: What about like some personal effects , whatever, from when when when some… like like some kind of clothing something like that? ( knowing that theyhad been dumped with the body, and all sort of trash, while the family requested trasport of the BODY FOR THE FUNERAL! )
John Gagliano: Well again we didn’t have any personal effects because everything was burned . ( NOT BURNED!)
Teresa Flisiuk: Uh huh. Pause… I underst…..
John Gagliano: So we don’t have any personal effects.
Teresa Flisiuk: I understand. So Basically, so since I , since I reached you where do I stand with the Death Certificate then?
John Gagliano: Your funeral home would have to get that Ma’am.
Teresa Flisiuk: But did you sign out that it’s concluded?
John Gagliano: No it is not concluded that’s why you should have to wait a couple of weeks before we decide how were gonna find it.
Teresa Flisiuk: But eh eh eh, okay I’m sorry, it’s all confusing to me…..
John Gagliano: Yes Ma’am?
Teresa Flisiuk: Do you think he had any substance in his you know because we don’t take drugs ….
John Gagliano: Well we don’t have the we don’t have the toxicology back yet so I can‘t tell you ….
Teresa Flisiuk: What about, what about his stomach content?
John Gagliano: What about the stomach content? ( he pulled MichalFlisiuk's brain for [sic] autopsy throgh his throat! I will publish WHAT IS AUTOPSY? )
Teresa Flisiuk: ( Playing "stupid" ) Was he had, did he have any meals?
John Gagliano: I don’t have that in front of me Ma’am the Doctor hasn’t……
Teresa Flisiuk ( light to her "friend gagliano")Can you determine dur during the autopsy if the person had had sex before he they died?
John Gagliano: There’s no way we could tell you that Ma’am.
Teresa Laughing. I’m sorry. But eh, so you basically know how your going to determine this. ( implying that she does not wanta suicide to be "cause of death"; it was Gagliano who denied SUICIDE not to connect the case further to Blanka Teresa Flisiuk Peridot's murder!)
John Gagliano: Well…..we probably gonna make it a undetermined cause of death , we can’t tell you if know…..
Teresa Flisiuk: Can you just stick with this?
John Gagliano: Pardon me?
Teresa Flisiuk: Can you just , because at this point when when, okay Doctor mmm, you probably know if he died from carbon monoxide, right?
John Gagliano: We will know when we get the toxicology back. Correct. ( but he "knew" on October 29, 2009, just hours after Michal Flisiuk's death!)
Teresa Flisiuk: "Asking for the "Favor") But..if you, if your not certain about , your gonna leave it undetermined right, right?
John Gagliano: That’s correct. ( Death Cerfificate was not issued till February 2010; they were watching my activities).
Teresa Flisiuk: And is that, is there possibility that you could determine with 100% certainty 100% being certain that for example suicide is ruled out right?
John Gagliano: We’re not 100% sure if suicide, we suspect either suicide or accidental and that’s why we would make it undetermined because…
Teresa Flisiuk: Right.
John Gagliano: …we don’t have enough evidence to support either one.
Teresa Flisiuk: Right. So if you were not 100% sure you wouldn’t put either right?
John Gagliano: That’s correct.
Teresa Flisiuk: Okay. Well I I I’m trying to think if I have any other questions but thank you for talking to me and you… ( I GOT MY ANSWERS! OTHER AUDIOS/TRANSCRIPTS WILL FOLLOW).
John Gagliano: Okay Ma’am
Teresa Flisiuk: …..you don’t mind that I ….?
John Gagliano: No you can call me any time you want Ma’am.
Teresa Flisiuk: Okay. Thank you so much. Bye.
John Gagliano: Alright Ma’am Bye
The Transcript - BELOW - of John Gagliano notifying Teresa Flisiuk about the Death of her husband, Michal Flisiuk on October 29, 2009, on the very Day of the horrific INFERNO in front of L.S.U. Hospital in which Michal Flisiuk had died. He does, and does not know if the victim is in fact Michal Flisiuk, but calls the Family in Maine, without possitive identification! Michal Flisiuk was not burned "beyond recognition", nor "charred", as the Family later found out.
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December 16th, 2009
Phone ringing (Mama talking in the background and I can hear the baby)
Answering Machine picks up.
Hi you have reached the voicemail of Tina Candage, I am currently unavailable, please leave your name, number and a very brief message and I will return your call. Record your message at the tone, when you are finished hang up or hold for more options. Machine beeps .Hi, my name is Carmen Bilodeau I am calling um with my Mom Teresa Flisiuk – Chrzanowski if you could please return our call we have a few questions 993-3024, 993-3024 Thank you.
Hi is this Carmen?
Yes it is.
Hi it’s Tina with Northeast.
Hi, um well I was calling to find out a few things my Mom is right here to and would like to speakwith you.
We spoke with the coroners office regarding some paperwork that was in my father’s car…
And they said it was still in the vehicle so we wanted to know if how possible we could obtain the
Mrs. Tina Candage: Yea, well that’s kind of (sounded like she was starting to say funny) part of my problem too. I can get everything out of that vehicle for you and have it shipped to you, the problem i we’ve called like 3 different umm branches down at the um New Orleans Police Department …
and no one will tell us where the vehicle is all I need to know is where it is and then yea because I actually have a tow truck guy that’s kind of waiting in the wings to go get it but they keep saying they don’t know where it is.
Carmen Flisiuk Bilodeau: Oh my goodness can, can could you tell this to my Mom?
Mrs. Tina Candage: Sure
Carmen Flisiuk Bilodeau: She just, I, if I tried to explain this is so bizarre. Um hold on one moment Ma’am, Thank you
Teresa Flisiuk gets on the phone
Teresa: Hello how are you?
Mrs. Tina C.: Good, how are you?
Teresa: I would, I would like to thank you for everything which you have done for me and my my children.
Mrs. Tina C.: Oh I, I’m, at at least I could do something, I…..
Teresa: I just , you know I, I’m I became illiterate, I usually you know I was vert good at, in , the best I was at expressing myself was in writing but right now I’m I feel debilitated.
Mrs. Tina C. :Oh, I know.
Teresa : I just really want when I say something I really so mean it I, I’m very honest person. I, I’m giving myself references but I really do mean it. I don’t know how to express it but I really thank you for everything.
Mrs. Tina C. : Your very very welcome
Teresa: But you know I’m conducting kind of with my daughter kind of our own investigation…
Mrs. Tina C. :Oh I know, Yea I remember you telling me. Well and that why I kinda need your help with something umm we have actually called 3 different branches at the New Orleans police Department….
…and no one seems to know where the vehicle is. So I’ve got a tow truck driver waiting to try and go get that vehicle but we can’t find it.
Mrs. Tina C. : So if I can find the car, I can, I can ship everything that’s in that vehicle to you but…
Yes I remember you told me and you were so nice and and and…Oh my God.
So I don’t know who we call. We, we need to know I mean I even had my assistant just ask them well where is your salvage yard? Where do you keep vehicles? I don’t know, I don’t know. So….
Teresa: I will try to make some calls.
…and see if you can just get me an address and I will go get that vehicle and get that stuff out….
You know the last call I had with Gagliano, Doctor, he’s not a Doctor, I call him Doctor, The Chief
Mrs.Tina C. : Coroner?
Teresa: Well he’s assistant Chief
Mrs. Tina C. : Okay.
Teresa Flisiuk: The Chief has, the guy has such a high title and position and he is neither medical doctor nor PHD.
Mrs. Tina C. : Oh jeez.
Teresa Flisiuk: Yea. He is making determinations, medical determinations as well as legal. I don’t see any credentials there, well anyway I’m trying to, I’m trying to, because, I’m sorry that I, in death of my Daughter and in death of my Husband there is a conflict of interest be, I’m not going to get into that never the less the same, oh my god, you know I have it all in my head, it’s like a brainstorm you know.
Mrs. Tina C. : I know
Teresa Flisiuk: But I’m I’m trying to be, let me to put it bluntly I’m playing with him devils advocate. I’m trying to play good and bad cop. You know?
Mrs. Tina C. I know.
Teresa Flisiuk: And I’m, I’m not trying to compromise something because they they even stall from me to get original copy, death certificate copy and you know they all they can do that they can, they played with my Husband and I , they played games in receiving documents on, with my Daughter. So…
Teresa Flisiuk: I, It’s nothing new for me .
Mrs. Tina C. : Right well and that’s why I’m questioning I mean we gave them all of the names, we gave them the plate number everything. We’re just saying your telling me you don’t know where
the vehicle is? No one would help us.
Teresa Flisiuk: Welcome to my world! (slightly laughing)
Mrs Tina C. : Yea
Teresa Flisiuk : Well so I, I’m gonna make calls…
Mrs. Tina C. : OK.
Teresa Flisiuk: To, to homicide detective with whom I dealt previously who stalled on me, I’m gonna talk with Gagliano who who the last time I’ve spoken with him, He told me that, that the papers that, he distanced himself from the papers because they were in the possession, police was in the possession and I have pictures to prove of my Husband having the files in his car, he was….
Mrs. Tina C. : Right.
Teresa Flisiuk: He was driving my son’s paintings and he had his personal files so I have, they don’t know what I have, I have pictures of that.
Mrs. Tina C. : Ok. Well, if, if it’s in the car I can get for you I just need to know….
Teresa:Well I know….
Mrs. Tina C. : I just need to know where the car is?
Teresa Flisiuk: What I’m trying to say is supposedly put back to the car, while at the beginning, and they also promised that they are giving, going to give it to my son when he was in New Orleans, they did no fullfil ANY of their promises .
Mrs. Tina C. : Right.
Teresa Flisiuk : But I I have to play with them well it’s almost like lying which I, I , I don’t like, but the way, they contradict themselves each time I speak to them.
Mrs. Tina C. : Yea.
Teresa Flisiuk: So I don’t know there is no nothing straight forward to I have to, I have to some kind of adjust to them….
…. Rather than lie.
Mrs Tina C. : I know.
(talking over each other, sounds like Mrs. Candage said “it’s a pain”)
Thank you so much for returning my call if I know something…..
Mrs. Tina C. : Yes anything you find out just let me know cause I will immediately, I mean I can literally get that vehicle the same day if it’s early enough.
Teresa Flisiuk: Also my son can help me because he was down there and he might know where the that they that impounding place is you know?
Mrs. Tina C.: Yes. That’s all I need to know and I will, if it’s early enough in the day I can get it the same day. I will get it out of there…
Teresa Flisiuk: I can hear how surprised you are yourself.
Mrs. Tina C. :Yea
Thank you so much Ma’am.
Alright, I will talk you soon.
Thank you so much , you have a good afternoon.
Thank you Ma’am.
Transcript of Detective Aucoin Message and Conversation
Call to Detective
Phone ringing, Answering machine picks up
Detective Ryan Aucoin Record your message at the tone, when you are finished hang up or hold for more options (Machine beep)
Teresa: Detective this is Teresa Flisiuk- Chrzanowski, I am calling from Maine. Would you please call me at 207-993-3024, 9 , 207-993-3024 it’s in regard to the impounded vehicle which is now the possession of Tower Group Company Insurance and they have a very hard time to, to have anyone to, to speak with, with, in, in New Orleans in regard to that. Thank you very much bye bye. (Beep)
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Hello?
Teresa: Good Morning Detective?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Yes.
Teresa: This is Teresa Flisiuk – Chrazanowski.
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Hey, how you doing?
Teresa: Do you remember me?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Yes Ma’am I do.
Teresa: Ok. I’ve spoken with Tower group companies from New York, the, my insurance company and…
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Uh huh
Teresa: And they are, they are, they are dumbfounded. They, they, the vehicle which was impounded in which my husband died….
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Mm hmm
Teresa: Is now their possession, their/ the title has been has been signed to them and they ….
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK
Teresa: …..they, they want to tow, they want to tow the vehicle and they they have never seen something like this there is nobody absolutely in New Orleans who wants, who wants to talk
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK. What, whose the insurance company?
Teresa: Tower Group Company and it’s….
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Tower?…
Teresa: And it’s Mrs. Tina Candage, Tina Candage. It’s C-A-N-D-A-G-E and the phone number is 207-
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Mm hmmm
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Yes
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK. What the first name?
Teresa: TINA T-I-N-E
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Tina?
Teresa: Eh, I’m Sorry T-I-N-A
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK
Teresa: Where is the vehicle im, right now?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: the vehicle at, at the Almonaster auto pound… And It’s the main, main uh the main uh holding facilities for, for vehicles
Teresa: Eh, eh I’ve spoken, not long ago but few, well I don’t know exactly when, with Dr. Gagliano…..
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Uh huh?
Teresa: And I, I’ve asked him about the, the papers which were un the vehicle
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK
Teresa: You remember?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Yes.
Teresa: And Dr. Gagliano told me that the papers are still in the vehicle
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK, So?…
Detective pausing making unidentifiable noises
Teresa: So you told me they were in the dry dryer
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Well whatever they were able to salvage, he (unidentifiable noises doesn’t seem like he knows what to say) the way it was explained to me, an anything that that could be salvaged they took out (clears throat) exactly what they took out I don’t know. (clears throat) I haven’t been privileged to that but what um, (sniffles) when is the last time you talked to Gagliano?
Teresa: It could have been (thinking pause) ah, I’m so bad now with, with any timing but maybe a week ago or something? I, I, I’m not certain. I, I cannot give you eh exact eh date but doesn’t seem like it wasn’t long ago…
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK
Teresa: Like it was long ago I mean it hasn’t been ah I have no idea I’m sorry
Detective Ryan Aucoin: That’s ok, let me um, let me give him a call um
Teresa: Who, who, who should I talk to? Who, who, who is in charge?…. That I could have, Dr. Gagliano he was nice and and you know and to, today I don’t even have a death certificate .
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK. They still haven’t provided you with that?
Teresa: No, no I mean my funeral home, My? My funeral home yes, well the funeral home hasn’t, is supposed to obtain it, I was trying, you know, it’s just, I’m very confused and I’m in Maine
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK (breathes deep) Let me call John and see, I know they were waiting on, they were waiting on ummm…
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Toxicology and the umm and everything would be covered under the toxicology as far as smoke inhalation and things like that. Let, let me call him as a matter of fact I’m getting ready to go over there on something else, let me go over there and what I’ll do is I’ll call Tina with the insurance company…
Detective Ryan Aucoin: And umm the the vehicle can be released so if they can facilitate having it towed from the Almonaster yard then we’ll we’ll get that taken ca….
Teresa: She, she, she’s very confused. Like, she sounds like she’s never had something like this, the lady she sounds like she never had a situation like this but if you may, I’m sorry, I’m just so nervous, oh my god….. I have a question for you Detective?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Ok?
Teresa: Would you tell me how much, (background ringing phone at Police station) how much gas was in the vehicle when my husband died? (more ringing) because
Detective Ryan Aucoin: It was…it was…. It was so hard to tell because because the fire had engulfed the the entire vehicle, the entire inside of the vehicle
Detective Ryan Aucoin: The outside of the vehicle was.. wasn’t damaged as bad as the inside
Teresa: But, was there a, was there a fuel left?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Was there what?
Teresa: A Fuel? Like I’m talking about gas tank?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Well, what I’m in, in inside the vehicle…
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Inside the vehicles gas tank?
Teresa: I’d just really like to know if he, he had like filled up a tank ….
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK
Teresa: Or half a tank…. Or whatever
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK This moment the ar, the arson investigator
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Would, would handle everything that that that relates to the fire in in including the car now I haven’t received any kind of report from the arson investigator, I’ve called him as well
Teresa: Who, who is… investigating the fire?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Sighs… brief pause… I believe his name is Raymond, I don’t know his last name off hand
Teresa: Would you be so nice and and would you also find out for me what is that status, who is investigating the the fire
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Sure, I’ll get his full name and get you a contact number
Teresa: I would, I would like to only know, know one thing how much gas was in the tank?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Ok.
Teresa: I mean it’s kind of really important to me to me.
Detective Ryan Aucoin: OK, I’m writing this down so I don’t miss anything
Teresa: OK I really appreciate it
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Ok. Give me your phone number again.. it it’s coming up as a unknown number
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Uh huh so I can give you a call back
Detective Ryan Aucoin: uh huh
Teresa: 9-9-3- 3-0-2-4
Detective Ryan Aucoin: 3-0-2-4- OK I’m going to take, take a ride over by the coroners office and talk to John and ask him, see what the deal is with the death certificate…..
Detective Ryan Aucoin: And….
Teresa: Well I really mainly did, well I will be very grateful if you if you if you just talk to that lady Tin Tina?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Absolutely I will give her a call today
Teresa: I mean I mean I just don’t know what to tell her, you know
Detective Ryan Aucoin: I’ll take care, I’ll I’ll take care of it we deal with this all the time when it comes to releasing vehicles and thin things like that and and we’ll get it squared away
Teresa: Thank you so much because I, I , I’m just you know private citizen, I not, I’m not a any you know any party which can actually do anything so I told her that I can call you maybe you can help me?
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Ok, I’ll give her a call, I’ll talk to John and I’ll find out who the arson investigator is and I’ll give you a call back
Teresa: Thank, Thank you so very much
Detective Ryan Aucoin: Yes Ma’am
Teresa: You have a nice day
Yes Ma’am, well….
Once again what’s your name?
My name is John
Gagliano, with the coroners office.
Yeah, you’re; your name was on the papers of of my Daughter’s.
Gagliano: Yes and your Husband.
Teresa: How do you know it’s him !?
Gagliano: We don’t know, we assume it’s him, it’s in his car with all his papers and….
Teresa: Why did you ask about false teeth?
Gagliano: Because we wanted to see if the man that was in the car had false teeth or not. This man does not have false teeth.
Teresa: Doesn’t have?
Gagliano: No he doesn’t.
Gagliano: What Ma’am?
Teresa: This is a murder if it’s in fact him, it’s a murder because everybody hates us in New Orleans.
Gagliano: Ok, well…
Teresa: And nobody ever and wanted to answer the simple question, don’t you unserstand? If your child was dying, died within one day, the healthiest, the the the the brill, the most brilliant child, the healtiest….
Gagliano: Ma’am, Ma’am, Ma’am I’m I gotta (unadudible)
Teresa Flisiuk: Listen you destroyed our entire…
Gagliano: I’m just asking you, we just notifiying you that we think it’s your husband, I can’t prove it’s him because we don’t know. He was in his car if you have not heard from him in the last couple of days, I don’t know what he was doing in New Orleans but…
Teresa: He was in touch with us.
Gagliano: Pardon me?
Teresa: He was in touch with us.
Teresa: He was gathering evidence.
gagliano: Well, Ma’am…
Teresa Flisiuk: There is was too many reasons to murder him.
John Gagliano: Well Ma’am I don’t think this was a murder ,but anyway you can you know….
Teresa: This is a murder!
John Gagliano: Well you can go with your assumption whatever…
Teresa: No it’s NOT an assumption…we planned it, he went to gather evidence….
John Gagliano: Well Ma’am Ok well if it’s your husband which we’ll find out he is deceased and that’s all I can tell you at this time…
Teresa: How do you know it’s him?
John Gagliano: We don’t know it’s him that’s what I’m telling you, it was in his automobile, did your husband have long hair or short hair?
Teresa: Longer a little…
John Gagliano:Yea well that’s the man that was seen in the car he had long hair.
Teresa: When was he found?
John Gagliano: He was found this morning at four o’clock this morning. Pause Right outside the hospital.
John Gagliano: Yes.
Teresa: That’s what I’m saying because our plan was, I’m for to gather evidence because no doctor nobody came forward to talk to us nobody, we have never talked to anybody…
Gagliano saying mm hmm and something inaudible while Teresa is talking
Teresa: No body wanted to talk to us, we only saw pathologist who performed illegal autopsy…
John Gagliano: Mm hmm
Teresa: On our Baby…
John Gagliano: I understand Ma’am well…. That’s another matter but (a little inaudible voices over each other)
Teresa: It’s not another matter.
John Gagliano: The thing on hand right now is your husband, you know this is and we think it is your Husband and the manner of his death appears to be his car went afire, if he had gas in the car I don’t know. But I don’t think anyone killed him but that’s your story….
Teresa: Why you don’t think?….
John Gagliano: Because the circumstances did not dictate that anyone was around him when he died Ma’am
Teresa: H How you can, how you can, how you can….
Teresa: Listen you speak to me already as a PR. Listen…
John Gagliano: Ma’am
Teresa: Go on internet, go, this is,
John Gagliano: Ma’am…..Ma’am…..
Teresa: ….this case is all over the www.
John Gagliano: Ma’am…..
Teresa: World Web. Listen…. He has He has…if it’s in fact him. He had been murdered!
John Gagliano: Well….
Teresa: Because we are the most hated people in New Orleans.
John Gagliano: Okay well ma’am I understand that but uh we will do an autopsy and I’ll try to get more information and find out but all the papers and everything in the car seemed to indicate it was your husband but again I can’t prove that…if you have dental records you can send us dental records…
Teresa: What are you telling me that he is ….Why are you telling me that he’s burned beyond recognition and you are talking about that paper didn’t burn…
John Gagliano: Because there was some papers that were not burned Ma’am. Ma’am I’m not going to dispute anything with you anymore, I notified you of your husband’s death, if you have problems, that’s nothing I can discuss with you because I’m not involved….
Teresa: Why you are not starting it from the clean slate and you are ?…..
John Gagliano: Ma’am….
Teresa: …you already, you already declared it, that was a, that was a conspiracy and some low lives were hired….
John Gagliano: Ma’am…
Teresa: To Kill him!
John Gagliano: Ma’am I don’t, did not know who your husband was until you just told me, I did not know that your Daughter died here Ma’am I had no idea…
Teresa: I’m not saying you murdered him, I am saying that there were other parties
John Gagliano: Well…
John Gagliano: I will pass on that information Ma’am.
Teresa: He went to gather additional evidence…
John Gagliano: Okay, Okay well I will pass on all the information.
Teresa: We had it all planned.
John Gagliano: Alright, Ma’am I’ll pass on that information and I’ll give you a call when we complete the autopsy.
John Gagliano: Okay, Ma’am.
Teresa: Wha.. When it’s gonna be?
Gagliano hung up.
John Gagliano: We are going to need dental records to positively identify this man in the car. Does your Husband have dental records?
Teresa: You know what, my, my son is going to be (Marcel, Marcel calling to son) his son’s going to be in New Orleans to take car of everything
John Gagliano: I know but…but just
John Gagliano: No DNA would take too long that’s why were asking for dental records
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