The professor, Marianne Shockley, 43, was dead, and the two men were apparently trying to revive her with CPR. Though the 69-year-old owned the home in central Georgia where the professor was found dead, officials have said that his suicide is not an indication of guilt. The professor was bleeding heavily from a head injury, and EMTs got the sense that she had been dead for longer than they had been told. “We view this as a terrible incident,” Massee said. “This is pure speculation on my part, but maybe he was embarrassed that this happened at his house,” Massee told the paper.
Source: Washington Post May 15, 2019 10:39 UTC