"They took me in to what I call the death room," Sneiderman said. "I sat in the chair. Someone, I had no idea who they were, they told me he had multiple gunshot wounds and he was dead. I don't remember anything else. I fell to the floor."
Sneiderman confirmed that Neuman attended her husband's shiva and funeral, even participating in the throwing of the dirt on the coffin.
Sneiderman told the court that she began to suspect Neuman towards the end of December 2010, when she was in Florida. But she knew that Neuman was in Florida, too, and was afraid that he might be monitoring her emails or that he knew where she was.
Though she had suspicions about Neuman, she told the court it was "unfathomable" to her that he had really killed her husband until he was arrested.
"I couldn't believe it," she said. "I thought I was crazy. Whose boss kills someone's husband? Affair or no affair -- and there wasn't -- who kills someone else's husband?"