http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2012/11/12/indianapolis-explosion/1700053/ Couples involved in divorce sometimes go to extreme measures to prevent the estranged spouse from getting anything. Just sayin'.
See comment on website. Thanks!
Monseratte does not show genuine sadness though she truly wants us to believe she is sad. I see a lot of inconsistencies in her story. Does that mean she blew up the house? No. It simply means she knows more than she is saying, if you ask me.
Now a criminal investigation - super interested to hear your thoughts on this interview ith the howeowner!
Dolphin Bunnywolf commented
Video of Mrs. Monseratte Shirley, the homeowner: http://www.indystar.com/article/20121113/NEWS/121113028/Monseratte-Shirley-owner-home-believed-source-Indianapolis-explosion-talks-m-shock-like-everybody-else-?nclick_check=1
She seems to show genuine emotion (remorse?) when she says she wished she was in the house instead of the people who died. The rest of the video, I'm not sure, especially when she starts listing neighbors who could vouch for her. I don't see actual tears, but maybe they wouldn't be visible on the video anyway.