Invitation To A Murder
"Why were you so eager or him to prove that he didn't do it?" Schlesinger asks.
"'Cause we loved him," Sara Jane explains. "Because he was part of our family. because Donnah loved him. Because they appeared to have such an incredibly wonderful marriage."
Mark insists he did not kill Donnah with that hammer.
The prosecution team, led by John Schmidt, said Winger lied from the beginning, even during his 911 call, when he told the operator he didn't know who the man in the house was.
They say Winger knew very well who that man was. They believe he invited him to his house, and that was the crux of their case.
Ray Duffey, who owned the airport van company, provided the crucial link for the prosecution. Duffey testified that Winger called to complain about Harrington's behavior during the ride and afterwards. "He just wanted to talk with this driver and tell him to leave his family alone," Duffey says.
Mark Winger claimed Harrington was making anonymous phone calls to Wingers' house.
Duffey says Mark Winger wanted to talk directly to Harrington, which he says was unusual. "Usually when people have a complaint, they just call the office."
And Duffey said Harrington was eager to work things out. "I explained to him that Mr. Winger wanted to talk with him, and he said 'That's fine, give him my number and have him call me,'" Duffey remembers.
"Mark called Roger Harrington and set up an appointment for 4:30," Williamson says.
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