Susan Cox Powell's Sister Blames The Police For Her Nephews' Deaths

Mon, April 2, 2012 12:59pm EDT by Add first Comment
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Missing Susan Cox Powell’s sister Denise believes police could have prevented Josh Powell from killing his sons’ in a tragic murder-suicide. Do you agree?

Josh Powell was never charged or arrested with the disappearance of his wife, Susan Cox Powell, even after her blood was found in their Utah home. Susan’s sister, Denise Cox says police could have saved Braden, 7, and Charlie, 5, from dying in a fiery explosion if Josh was arrested, according to The Daily Mail.

Cox tells ABC:  “Look what it did — it killed my nephews, by not putting [Josh Powell] behind bars when he should have been.”

Denise is not the only one that believes the boys could still be alive today if Josh would have been arrested and put in jail — her father, Chuck Cox, agrees.

“When I heard them [the new evidence], it was like, well, why didn’t you arrest him already? Had he been to jail, my grandchildren would still be alive,” he adds.

Now that Josh has killed himself and his two young boys in a horrific fire, there is not much for the police to go off of, but Susan’s family hopes the investigation will find new evidence. Let’s hope they do!

—Giovanna Pagliarulo

More Josh Powell News:

  1. Josh Powell’s Siblings Are Trying To Claim Life Insurance
  2. Josh Powell’s Murder-Suicide House Was A Sham To Fool Social Workers
  3. Josh Powell Told Sons He Had ‘A Big Surprise’ Moments Before Killing Them

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