Daily Mail reporter: February 6, 2013 14: 59 EDT | update: February 6, 2013 16: 35 EDT, a Utah man accused of killing his outstanding scientist
It is revealed today that the wife of their biggest child has regained custody of his two youngest children.
The two 12-year-old and 13-year-old children will be living with their father, John Brickman Wall, after living with their mother's family and friends, September 2011, utta von Schweidler was found dead in the bathtub.
The couple's 17-year-
The old daughter will continue to live elsewhere.
Their biggest brother, Pelle von Schwedler Wall, 19, has applied to the court for custody of his siblings and was quoted in a newspaper interview, his father said: "I think he might hurt them like he hurt my mom and killed her.
Von Schweidler, 48, is a biologist at the University of Utah.
She was found dead at her home in Salt Lake City on Sunday. 27, 2011.
According to her autopsy report, a knife was found under the body, blood was found in her bedroom, bathroom sink and windowsill, and Xanax was in her system, and she was drowned.
The case was not considered a homicide or suicide, but the police and the District Prosecutor's Office conducted a public investigation into the "suspicious" deaths.
But her family and friends insist that she will never hurt herself.
They created some websites to try to keep her case in the news.
Her husband was interrogated and police issued a search warrant for his car and house.
Police also noted in their affidavit that her predecessor
The husband had scratches, and when the police spoke to him after his predecessor, one of his eyes was bleeding insidewife’s death.
They also seized samples of the carpet from his car.
However, no one was charged in the case and no one was sure that he was interested.
She is a researcher who has made breakthroughs in DNA and HIV research, and is also an avid runner and nature lover.
The couple divorced in 2006 until the death of von Schweidler, who had been in a heated custody dispute.
Immediately after the mother died, the children lived with their father.
But after Pele filed a complaint with the court, his three siblings were transferred to a family friend until the judge made the latest ruling on Friday.
A court spokesman said that the plan to return custody to the 49-year-old Brickman Wall will ensure that protection is in place and that the guardian of the proceedings will play an active role in ensuring that the best interests of the child are met.
The Salt Lake City Tribune said the spokeswoman said the injunction prevented her from discussing the reasons behind the decision.
Bailey asked the court to force his father to undergo a psychological examination because there was not enough evidence and the judge refused.
All parties will return to court at a possible review hearing.