Transcript for Texas Wife on Husband's Alleged Attempt to Have Her Killed
out of texas about a wealthy businessman, charged with hiring a hitman to kill his wife. She survived the failed murder attempt. And now, her husband says he wants her back. But is she ready to reconcile? Our station wfaa spoke exclusively to nancy howard. And ryan owens has the very latest on thistrange story. Good morning, ryan. Reporter: She's a wife in court seeking a divorc one look at her face will tell you why. Nancy howard was shot in the eye last month, as she stood in her driveway. Allegedly by a hitman hired by her husband. She told our dallas station wfaa, how she survived. I prayed through the whole incident. Calling on god to save me. And he did. Reporter: The mother of three was in a coma for days. The bullet that destroyed her eye lodged in her lung. Remarkably, just a month later, she walked into court to face her husband, frank howard. Prosecutors say the successful accountant who sang in his church's choir had a secret life. And allegedly paid a series of hitmen $100,000 to off his wife so he could be with his mistress in california. Howard admits to the affair but denies he wanted his wife dead. He's pleaded not guilty to criminal solicitation. It's the theater of the absurd that the police are buying into. Yes, of course. We got not guilty he will move on with his life. Reporter: A life he hopes will still include his wife. Frank howard wore his wedding ring to the divorce hearing. And his attorney dropped this bombshell. They have three, beautiful children. A long marriage with a lovely wife who does not want to divorce him. She's indicated that in writing. Reporter: Could that be true? Could the woman still wearing the scar of her husband's alleged crime on her face, actually want him back? Nancy howard refused to answer any questions about her marriage. All we know for sure is she did file for divorce. And came to court to move forward with it. Thankful that god has -- he has given me life. It's going to be a great future. Reporter: Along with those criminal and now marital problems, frank howard is also facing some professional problems. A defense contractor he once worked for has sued him. Saying that he stole millions of their dollars from a contract in the middle east, all money he allegedly used to finance his secret life.
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