Thursday, September 15, 2011


SHE WAS A devoted wife and yet in 1990 was mysteriously gunned down at the family's suburban Detroit comic shop. Now, Michael George, 51, is on trial for killing his Barbara, who was 32 at the time of her death. The case was cold for years until detectives made a breakthrough. His murder trial began yesterday and his wife was described as a faithful, lovely woman with no known enemies. Hubby was different: he wanted to be the McDonald's of the comic book world, a comic book impresario like Ray Kroc. He also kept a secret love den where he could carry on his sordid affairs behind Barbara's back. He wanted to be rid of his overweight wife and get
into some super-charged sexual hijinks with babes like the women who adorned the covers of the comics he sold. Asst. Prosecutor Steve Fox said: "She wanted his love. He wanted a new life. He wanted to get rid of his overweight wife and get something better."George's trial continues today. He is charged with first and second-degree murder, insurance fraud and other stuff. MORE ON THE COMIC BOOK KILLER

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