After eight years of waiting, the family of murder victim Susan Amos-Bravo received resolution, Friday, when Ramon Bravo, 37, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of second-degree murder for the slaying of his estranged wife.
The incident took place on April 26, 2003. Special Prosecutor Matt Chandler said, â€œShe returned from a T-ball game, went into her house and was never seen alive again.â€
He discussed the marriage and repeated incidents of the domestic abuse. â€œIt was a classic case of overkill and then he (Bravo) staged the scene to humiliate and to mislead investigators.â€
Chandler spoke about the history of the case, initially brought against Bravo by 5th District Court in November 2003, and the civil suit filed by the family against Bravo for wrongful death, which they won.
The civil suit provided enough evidence that Chandler was brought in from the 9th Judicial District to Login to read more