Ana Walshe’s mom says she nonetheless hopes lacking daughter will likely be discovered alive
Ana Walshe’s mom expressed hope that the lacking Massachusetts mom will likely be discovered alive — whatever the mountain of damning proof that her husband allegedly killed and dismembered her.
“I think that she just left somewhere, to get away, maybe she was tired of everything. … It is only my assumption. I still don’t know the truth about what happened,” Milanka Ljubicic suggested NBC News from her dwelling throughout the Serbian capital of Belgrade.
“I just hope that she is alive. Anywhere, but alive. That is my only hope,” the 69-year-old woman added on Thursday.
Brian Walshe, 47, who’s charged with murder in his partner’s disappearance, allegedly made a lot of disturbing searches from his youthful son’s iPad throughout the days sooner than and after he claimed she vanished from their Cohasset dwelling on New Year’s Day.
Among his grotesque queries have been “how to stop a body from decomposing,” “how long before a body starts to smell,” “hacksaw best tool to dismember” and “can you identify a body with broken teeth,” prosecutors revealed this week.
He moreover allegedly regarded for “how long for someone to be missing to inherit.”
Ljubicic talked about she was aware of the disturbing searches.
“Yes, I have seen it, of course it made me upset, but I just don’t believe in that. Because Brian was never aggressive, he was never mad or furious, God forbid. I just cannot believe in it,” she suggested NBC News.
Ljubicic not too way back suggested Fox News Digital that her daughter had begged her to go to per week sooner than she went lacking on New Year’s Day, when Brian claimed she left their dwelling for a “work emergency.”
Ana, 39, was first reported lacking Jan. 4 by her employer, the luxurious precise property group Tishman Speyer, for which she labored in Washington, DC.
“She just said, ‘Please, Mama. Come tomorrow,’ which means that clearly, there must have been some problems,” Ljubicic suggested Fox News Digital.
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In her interview with NBC News, she talked about Ana “never complained about her husband, never,” together with: “I always thought good of him. He was always in a good mood, telling jokes. He was the main cook in the house, always made us food.”
Ljubicic talked about Brian “absolutely adored Ana, the way she is, and said many times he missed her very much while she was away from work.”
She added that “from what I know, everything was just fine between them.”
Ljubicic moreover suggested NBC News she was unaware that Ana had accused her husband of threatening to kill her in 2014 when the pair have been relationship.
Ana didn’t cooperate with DC Metro police, so Brian was certainly not charged and the case was closed, according to Boston 25 News.
“I didn’t know back then, I’ve seen it recently in the media,” Ljubicic suggested NBC News of the alleged threat. “They got married after that, got kids. … I don’t know what to say. I had no knowledge about it at all.”
Ljubicic talked about her daughter hated being away from the couple’s three youthful boys as she commuted to her DC job, saying they couldn’t switch because of Brian was on dwelling confinement in reference to a wire fraud case.
“She was bothered by the fact they had to stay because in Washington, DC, they had better living conditions, and she could not cope without children for so long,” she suggested the outlet.
“They hoped this legal process around Brian would last only for a couple of months, and they can be together. But it dragged for a year or so,” Ljubicic talked about, together with that she “wasn’t worried at all” about Ana’s safety or her relationship with Brian.
The devastated mom talked about Ana closing generally known as her on New Year’s Eve nonetheless she was asleep and didn’t reply.
“[The next day] I texted her, wishing Happy New Year, but there was no response,” Ljubicic suggested the outlet. “Even then I didn’t think something bad had happened — just wasn’t thinking in that direction.”