By Lawrence Schiller
Not anyone in Cape might court docket residence, New Jersey, was once shocked whilst Eric Thomas, a well-liked younger health practitioner, sued the Ford Motor corporation for the wrongful demise of his pregnant spouse, Tracy, after a minor coincidence related to their strong Explorer. subsidized by way of the clinical examiner’s findings, the lawsuit claimed that the Explorer’s air bag inflated improperly, inflicting accidents that led to Tracy’s suffocation.But this likely easy product-liability case quickly developed into whatever a long way darker and extra complex…After an exhaustive research, Ford grew to become the tables, alleging that Tracy Thomas didn't die from accidents caused by a faulty air bag. She died as a result of handbook strangulation. Now, it used to be the defendant, the large automaker Ford, who turned a de facto prosecutor, with plaintiff Eric Thomas, a passenger within the Explorer, accused of murdering his spouse…
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Then there was the word clumsy, but Tracy was graceful, a ballet dancer! She never fell even on ice skates. In Germany, pregnant with Alix, Tracy never blacked out, and if she had such problems in her second pregnancy, Tracy would have told her mother. Doris too began to question the circumstances surrounding her daughter’s death. Maybe it wasn’t the air bag that had killed Tracy. Doris and Wendy decided to visit the police. On December 9, 1998, the Roses went to see Lisa Radell in Wildwood about visitation rights.
To Bre it felt like a reunion for Eric’s family: Eric seemed more interested in his family than in sharing his feelings with Tracy’s family. Wendy and her husband and son left for Plainﬁeld. Bre stayed behind. Donald and Doris noticed that when they reached Tracy and Eric’s two-story wood-sided home on Woodlawn Avenue, and took seats around the kitchen table, Eric stood at the back door, facing some woods and stared out. “I thought I would feel guilty, but I don’t,” Eric said quietly, as if to himself.
She wouldn’t elaborate, but in fact, Eric was depressed and had seen a psychologist, named Chareny, about a half dozen times since Tracy’s death. He wasn’t yet back to work full time. He thought about golf, but his neck and back still hurt, and he had difﬁculty turning his head. He thought it would be good to get away for a while, and he made a short business trip to Secaucus, New Jersey where he had attended the dental conference the previous December. When he called to complain the agency suggested that he call Ford for the information.