Transcript for Raymond Roth Allegedly Faked His Own Death: What Will He Be Charged With?
For more, let's bring in dan abrams. We just heard we don't know if raymond roth will be charged. What could he be facing? Let's talk what about is not a crime. You're allowed to leave, lie to your wife, lie to your son. Allowed to fake your own death. Except when you cross legal line. If you are defrauding people, trying to engage in insurance fraud, you're falsely calling 911. All of these are areas that have to be look at. Was he involved in a conspiracy with his son? These questions have to be asked in determining whether to charge him. We have seen cases like this before where people have left, people around them didn't know what happened. It was tough to figure out what kind of crime to charge. He drained the marital accounts of all but $7. Technically, it's his money, so that was not a crime. Did he take her money? That could be a crime. The interesting question is, what did the son know there's a charge by his wife that he was involved. He claims he was involved. She has the e-mails. Whether or not he knew it was false when he called the police? If the son knew this was all a scheme and dad wasn't actually missing, then son's in legal trouble immediately. If the son and the father engaged in this together, again, that's potential legal problem for the father. I think no matter what happens here, I think the authorities are going to go after the at least the dad to get the money back. For the search. For the search. Thousands of dollars here, allocated to looking for him for days. No matter what happens, they'll try to get that back. Dan, thank you. George? Back to london for the
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