Missing Seniors Chicago Woman’s Family Upset After Boyfriend Found innocent Of Her Murder

The household of the seniors Chicago lady who went missing in 2018 is upset following a judge found innocent her former boyfriend in her own murder, despite video clip that shows him wheeling a bulky suitcase from her home.

Prepare County Judge Diana Kenworthy found innocent Jimmy Jackson, 75, on Friday, for that murder of his missing girlfriend Daisy Hayes, 65, NBC Chicago reports. He’d been billed with murder, home invasion and concealing Hayes’ dying but Kenworthy states there’s no evidence to point out that Hayes was murdered, as her body has not been found.

“All I possibly could do is scream and merely go out the courtroom — like what didn’t the thing is?” Hayes’ daughter Teresa Cruz told NBC Chicago from the decision. She was talking about video clip that seems to exhibit Jackson departing Hayes’ apartment in 2018, battling having a large bit of luggage. Hayes never was seen alive next.

Cruz alleged the outline of a part of her mother’s is visible within the footage of Jackson trying to slowly move the soft-sided suitcase.

“I can easily see her whole leg, her whole leg print,” she stated. 

“The thing is him battling with this particular suitcase,” Cruz stated from the footage of Jackson proven in the court, ABC 7 Chicago reports. “ The thing is him really place the suitcase within the dumpster. You really see him take garbage using their company dumpsters to place on the top of her so it may be hidden. So I’m not sure, also did Diana Kenworthy need?”

The judge furthermore noted that there wasn’t any manifestation of struggle or biological proof of a criminal offense she also pointed out on Friday that Hayes have been consuming at the time she disappeared.

Hayes’ family, including Cruz, left the courtroom on Friday in tears. 

This isn’t the very first time Jackson continues to be charged with murder.

In 1985, he faced two counts of murder, NBC Chicago reports. However, the costs were dropped following a witness frequently unsuccessful to appear in the court.

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