Transcript for New Details in Florida State University Law Professor's Death
Florida professor, ABC news obtaining dramatic video showing the moment police told his ex-wife about the shooting, two men are now under arrest but police are investigating the possibility his ex-wife or her family were involved. ABC's Matt Gutman has the latest. Reporter: This morning, ABC news has obtained video showing the moment Wendi Adelson learns from police her former husband Dan Markel has been shot at his home. Your ex-husband, he's not going to survive. My god. When did this happen? In July 2014 the Florida state university law professor was shot in the head in the garage of his Tallahassee home in what police say was a targeted killing. Scared for the kids. Reporter: Later in her five-hour-long interview with police Adelson relays a curious comment she says her brother Charlie made on the morning of the murder about hi TV set he bought for her. He knew Danny treated me badly and there was always this joke, I looked into hiring a hit man and it was cheaper to get you this TV. Reporter: If it's a joke it may be an eye opening one because police believe Charlie Adelson has a link to one of the two suspected hit men arrested this may for Markel's killing. Both of whom have pleaded not guilty. Police allege that after a bitter divorce, the Adelson family had a desperate desire to relocate Wendi and the children to south Florida. A move that Markel fought successfully in court. No one from the Adelson family has been charged and they deny they have any connection to the murder. For "Good morning America," Matt Gutman, ABC news, New York. Our thanks to Matt for that.
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