A murdered New York lawyer was broke when he was slain, but he made it clear in a draft of his will that if had any money, his brother was to get none of it.
Mark Schwartz, 50, and his wife Christina-Maria Petrowski-Schwartz, 48, were slain in July in their home and neither left behind a legal will. Both had written drafts of their wills, but neither is legally binding, according to reports. But his draft contained bitter words for the relatives he hated, particularly his brother, Robert. Police say the brother is not a suspect in the killings.
You can read the New York Post's report on a family feud that goes to the grave here.
-- Lance Murray