Let's FOLLOW THE MONEY in this case. And "following the money" can refer to anything from the $40K cash inside the safe in the Seivers house, to the $100 bills CWW cashed during the "Florida Death Trip", to copies of checks written by Teresa Seivers to Prudential Insurance company in 2004. I would like to start with what Police encountered on the day of the discovery of the body: Police come to the home of a murdered woman and see what they term "obvious staging". Husband of murdered woman is conveniently out of town. Reporter of the murder, a physician, came to the house at the behest of the husband. Husband arrives in town, goes to his mother's house. Police first interview him there, where he refuses to be interviewed alone, insisting that his "friend" be at his side. Two more interviews with husband follow - for either a total of seven hours or one interview was seven hours long, per his eventual lawyer's statement explaining why husband will no longer cooperate with police. During one of the police interviews, while unrepresented by counsel, husband makes the probably fatal mistake of voluntarily allowing police to "dump" the contents of his phone. In addition, he informs police that he and his dead wife were "swingers" and that despite "living month to month" there is $40K in cash inside one of four safes in the house. What is jumping out at police in this scenario? The 40K in cash, that's what! Because these document dumps pertain to the CWW case, at this time we are not privy to what was found on the MS phone - unless it was something directly tied to CWW. We don't know what all was in each of those four safes. But police know. And if there was $40K cash in one of them, I'd bet the police counted every dollar of it and photographed every single bill individually. Why? Because of the serial numbers on the bills. Each bill has an individual serial number. If you get ten $100 bills from a bank - say to give as Christmas presents - you may just find that these bills have consecutive serial numbers. That's how banks receive packets of money. We don't know it yet, but perhaps CWW had MORE than just the two $100 bills mentioned so far. It sounded to me like CWW wanted to dispose of the $100s while he was on the murder trip. He bought gas, paid with a $100 and received about $80 in change. He then used another $100 at Walmart. When he probably did not have to do so. I think CWW would not have wanted to be flashing $100 bills around his small Missouri town. Especially when he was claiming poverty to the extent of having others buy groceries for him and his wife. But he is SO stupid, he just may have done this. So there could be more to come - even from the public, such as store owners, etc. - in this matter. I think that $40K is going to be of great importance when it comes to the case against MS.