A TIME TO KILL is known as an Investigation Discovery show where investigators piece together events to help catch a killer.
On March 17, 2022, the show will feature the case of Anita Fox and now many want to know who she was and what happened.
Who was Anita Fox and what happened to her?
In 2014, a housekeeper was found stabbed to death inside a Colleyville, Texas home.
The identity of the body was later confirmed as 69-year-old Anita Fox.
Fox was known for her career as a housekeeper but was also a loving mother and grandmother.
Her story will be told on ID March 17, 2022, starting at 10:00pm EST.
It can also be streamed through Hulu.
Who killed Anita Fox?
After Fox’s body was discovered, police conducted an investigation to try and find the killer.
The lady who found her told police at the time that she had seen a heavyset older man with short grey hair leaving the crime scene, The Cinemaholic reports.
Throughout the investigation, police discovered life insurance policies that had been taken out on Fox by her son-in-law Mark Buckland for $5million.
Buckland told police that the premiums were getting too expensive so he transferred a policy valued at $1million to Patrick Gorman, who was a member of the nomadic ethnic group known as Irish Travellers.
The woman’s initial description of the man later led police to Gorman’s brother Gerard, who had also inquired about Fox’s whereabouts, insurance agent Charles Mercier told police at the time.
The car that was pictured at the crime scene belonged to Gerard’s son Bernard who later confessed to the murder when questioned by police.
Bernard pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder and was sentenced to 14 years in prison in 2017, the media outlet adds.
As for Gerard, he was found deceased at a motel when police went to arrest him.
Who are Anita Fox’s children?
Prior to her passing, Fox welcomed two children, Al Fox III and Virginia Buckland.
In a shocking turn of events, Fox’s daughter and son-in-law were indicted on conspiracy charges in 2018 related to the case.
At the time, they were accused of committing insurance fraud alongside Mercier.
In July 2019, all three of them pleaded guilty to a single count of making a false statement, according to Insurance News Net.
At this time, it remains unclear what the final sentence in their case was but the agreement made included five-year probation sentences.
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