The death of Cassady Law Office worker Kassidy Cox was one of the most shocking things to ever happen to an American in the last 100 years.
Kassidy was murdered on July 27, 2013, after a dispute over an insurance policy.
The story of Kassidy’s murder and the case of the alleged assassin has been told in countless ways over the last decade.
It has also had a dramatic effect on the public psyche.
As the years have passed, the focus has shifted from who killed Kassidy to how she was killed and why.
One thing is certain, though: it is unlikely that this case will ever be solved.
“Cassidy Cox killed herself with a bullet that she had just gotten,” said Kassidy and her attorney, Craig Baca.
“This is a crime of passion.
She wanted to hurt herself.
The police told me she was depressed and suicidal.”
Cassidy died on the evening of July 27.
The following morning, her sister, Krista, reported the death to the police.
Krista told police she heard Cassady’s voice from the hallway at the family’s home.
“They just left and never came back,” she told police.
“I know that Cassady was very unhappy,” Krista said, “and that she felt she didn’t deserve her father’s love.”
Kassidy had a troubled past.
She was diagnosed with a bipolar disorder in 2011 and began experiencing fits of anger, depression, and anxiety.
She also had some mental health issues, including anorexia and bulimia.
The last time Kassidy called 911, she called a woman who said she was pregnant and wanted to talk.
The woman told police that she didn�t know what to do and that she was concerned about Kassidy.
Kassid told the 911 operator that she wanted to go to the bathroom.
When the operator told her that Kassidy didn�ve called 911 and the police were still investigating, Kassidy told her, “I can hear you.”
She said that her voice sounded like a baby.
The operator told Kassidy, “We just need to get her to the hospital.”
She then told the operator, “She�s crying.”
Kassid and the 911 dispatcher told the dispatcher that she thought Cassady had been shot.
The dispatcher told Kassid that it was the paramedics that were there and that Cassaday was still breathing.
“I was just screaming, ‘She�d never get out of here,’ and she was just crying.
She told me, ‘No, I just want to go.’
I just wanted to die.
I said, ‘I�m going to die with you.'”
The dispatcher said that she called 911 again to let Cassady know that she would be coming.
The next day, the dispatcher told her Cassady�s husband was dead and that they were not going to take Cassaday.
She said Cassady didn�ts want to leave.
The dispatch continued, saying, “This will take a while, but she needs to call 911 right now.”
“I am just so thankful for the police, because they just kept saying, ‘Call 911.’
They told me if I told them that I was pregnant, they would take me in.”
Kassiddes phone was tapped twice on the night of July 28, 2013.
The call was placed to an address in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, and it was recorded.
It was a call from a woman that sounded familiar.
“Hi, my name is Cassidy Cox,” the woman said.
“Do you want to talk?”
“Yes, yes,” the caller replied.
“Are you sure?”
“Yeah, yeah,” Cassidy said.
Cassidy’s voice was clear, but her voice was raspy.
Cassady said that the caller would be on the phone for a little while.
She added, “If you don�t answer me, I�ll kill you.”
The caller hung up and Cassidy hung up.
She hung up again the next day and the caller hung back up.
It wasn�t until after the 911 call that Cassidy called back and asked what happened.
The caller answered with, “You are not going anywhere, are you?”
Kassidy answered, “No.”
“That�s when I knew something was wrong,” Kassidy said, explaining that she hung up on the caller because she was afraid of what would happen.
Cassaday had been drinking alcohol, and her family thought she was in a relationship.
She had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and had been experiencing fits.
Her family suspected she was being stalked by a man named John.
When they called 911 to report her disappearance, the 911 operators didn�tt know that it wasn�s a prank call, but Cassidy was still on the line and hung up when they asked her name.
After Kassidy hung