Feature article about the case:
Investigative reports, recently shared with Frasch's defense team by the State Attorney's Office and obtained by the Tallahassee Democrat under Florida's open records law, provide insight into the tawdry case of infidelity and excess.
The documents, which include dozens of witness interviews, the autopsy report and investigators' findings, reveal previously undisclosed details about events surrounding the death of Samira, who was in the process of divorcing her husband.
From OkieGranny's link:
A witness who came to investigators said Frasch earlier this month asked him to get rid of all the golf clubs from the garage of the Golden Eagle home. Frasch reportedly said he thought they were still there because law enforcement officials hadn't mentioned them. He instructed the man not to sell or give the clubs away but to toss them in a lake or river.
"Just make them disappear," Frasch said, according to the witness.
She had 2 head wounds, cause of death; drowning and blunt force trauma to head. There is an unkown person's DNA on the robe tied around her waist, this maybe a problem for the prosecuter.