It's moose-taken; identity: Man cleared of killing wife
Stockholm - Swedish police say they've cleared a man arrested for allegedly murdering his wife after deciding the culprit was likely a moose.
Police spokesman Ulf Karlson says "the improbable has become probable" in the puzzling death last year of 63-year old Ageneta Westlund. She was found dead after an evening stroll in the forest.
According to news reports, the victim's husband, Ingemar Westlund, was jailed for 10 days. The case against him was dropped in January.
- Wire Reports
My question is - just how did the moose kill her that made them think the hubby did it? Did the moose have a vendetta againts Mr. Westlund and decided to frame him?
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