details in the murder of an aspen socialite. Two of the suspects in court today after charges dropped against a third person and we're learning more about the evidence in the case. ABC's Neal... See More
details in the murder of an aspen socialite. Two of the suspects in court today after charges dropped against a third person and we're learning more about the evidence in the case. ABC's Neal Karlinsky has that story. Reporter: This morning, newly released documents paint a more complete picture in the mysterious case of 57-year-old Nancy Pfister, the well-known aspen philanthropist found dead in February inside her mountain chalet allegedly murdered by her former tenant William styler, his wife, also named Nancy cleared on similar charges Tuesday. The prosecutor telling the aspen daily news that the case against styler is getting stronger. According to court documents, blood stains were found in nine places on his 2002 jaguar including the trunk. One motion revealing officers found a trash bag containing the murder weapon in close proximity to the couple's hotel. The documents previously sealed released after a heated courtroom battle over leaked evidence. The defense accusing prosecutors and sheriffs of potentially tainting the jury pool by revealing that after Pfister was fatally beaten her body was rolled up in a carpet and stuffed into a closet. Pfister's daughter can't make sense of it. I just want to tape a picture of her face on the door and make them look at it. Reporter: Just days after the stylers' arrest in March investigators arrested this woman, Katherine carpenter accusing her of being a co-conspirator in the murder. She had arranged for the stylers to rent Pfister's home until Pfister complained on her Facebook page that her tenants weren't taking care of the home and weren't paying rent. How could someone just be so angry that they got kicked out of a house or -- there's got to be something more so it's hard to understand that. Reporter: This morning, as carpenter and styler head back to court many are wondering where the case is headed. For "Good morning America," Neal Karlinsky, ABC news, Seattle.
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