Thirty-year-old Anne Marie Fahey, was working hard to overcome her tragic and abusive childhood. Her emotional scars manifested themselves through anorexia and the overwhelming urge to please everyone. This was viewed as a weakness, making Anne Marie just the type Thomas Capano thought he could control. Anne Marie began what would become a two year affair. For Tom, however, she was one of many.
Thomas was from a wealthy family, a former state prosecuter, and an advisor to many governors and mayors. He had created a happy world for himself by controlling the lives of those around him. When Anne Marie proved to be a challenge by wanting to break up, he devised a plan to regain the lost control. This plan was to murder Anne. The new challenge was on the detectives as they had to prove a murder had been committed with no body. What had Tom done with her body?
This report prepared by Tracey Ray