This appears to be the meeting in which Alex consented to have SLED download the contents of his phone.
Asked about his whereabouts and movements on the day of the slayings, Murdaugh seemed to have a lot of difficult remembering. He stammers a lot. Ultimately says he went to the office that day to work on preparing for the Beach boat crash motion later that week
Murdaugh said he also worked on a Dominion Energy legal case while in the office. He does not mention to SLED that he was confronted by his colleagues at PMPED about missing legal fees.
Murdaugh said he left the office early that day because Paul was coming home.
And here's the rub: Murdaugh says all three of them were at the Moselle main house before Maggie left to go down to the kennels. He said Paul must have gone down there too "because of what happened." “I stayed in the house,” Murdaugh said.
Murdaugh said he stayed home, watched some TV and fell asleep. Then left to go see his mom.
Murdaugh said he returned home from visiting his mother's. Nobody was at the Moselle main house. So he got into his car and drove down to the kennels. “And, you know.”
“I can’t think of anybody who would want to go to that extreme. He got a bunch of threats, mostly from, you know. I mean I have no clue.”
Murdaugh told investigators people would confront Paul in public and call him a "piece of s---" and demand that he admit to driving the boat during the fatal 2019 crash.
Murdaugh on Paul: “He had so many wonderful qualities” but he had ADHD and was irresponsible. He rarely finished tasks he started. He had clothes, guns, and even boats left all over the state.
SLED agent: “How was your relationship with Maggie?” Murdaugh: “Very good. As good as it could possibly be. I mean, you know, we’ve had our issues. But wonderful.” SLED agent apologizes for being intrusive. Murdaugh says he understands.
SLED agent : What were your biggest arguments? Murdaugh: “We didn’t really argue.” The only thing that caused friction between us was that she wanted us to go and see her parents longer than we wanted to stay. “She’d get ticked off.”
Murdaugh begins crying hysterically, wailing: “She was a great mother.”
Audio continued: Murdaugh tells investigators Paul liked to ride around and shoot hogs with Buster's .300 Blackout rifle. He said he got rifles for both Buster and Paul, but Paul's had been stolen years prior.
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