Murder Victim Left a Big Clue Before Her Own Death — Implicates ‘Family Feud’ Contestant in Heinous Crime

Long before she was murdered, an Illinois woman told her sister who to suspect if she was killed.
The message was revealed last week in the trial of Tim Bliefnick, a former “Family Feud” contestant accused of killing his estranged wife in February.
Last week, Sarah Reilly testified that her sister, Rebecca “Becky” Bliefnick, said her husband should be the chief suspect in her death.

“If something ever happens to me, make sure the number one person of interest is Tim,” Reilly said her sister texted her, according to Fox News.
“I am putting this in writing that I’m fearful he will somehow harm me, come after me, or will try to [do] something to me that takes me away from the kids or the kids away from me,” the text read, Reilly testified.


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