Dinh Bowman was the most unlikely of potential suspects. He was a former child prodigy who entered college at age 12. In his 20s, Bowman opened his own business, a boutique engineering company called Vague Industries, that specialized in robotics.
Jennifer Bowman never attended her husband’s trial, but kept in touch through hundreds of recorded jailhouse phone calls. In those calls, Jennifer and Dinh Bowman spoke in baby talk and had affectionate nicknames: Dinh was “Bunny” and Jennifer was “Snuggles.”