LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - The widow of a California man who was killed along with a NewMexico couple in their home last April is suing a man who wasinvolved in a legal battle with the victims over an estimated $1.3million debt.
Helga Harries DeLisle, her husband Gilles L. DeLisle and SanDiego resident Peter J. Weith were shot and killed April 14 in theDeLisles' secluded home near Mesilla.
The bodies were found the following morning when they did notshow up for a court hearing on the money they were owed.
No suspects have been named in April's slayings.
Weith's widow, Barb Weith, has re-filed paperwork in federalbankruptcy court to recoup the money she says her husband was owedby Gino Ferri of Las Cruces and his mother Carol Ferri.
Information from: Las Cruces Sun-News
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