Kayaker murder is happy and cheerful even while being imprisoned

Kayaker murder is happy and cheerful even while being imprisoned

Angelika Graswald, the accused killer kayaker, shares her opinion about how tasty is the jail food, laughing it up with visiting pals and chats about daily routine in ‘orange suit’.

Angelika Graswald, the accused killer kayaker, shares her opinion about how tasty is the jail food, laughing it up with visiting pals and chats about daily routine in ‘orange suit’.

Sources at the Orange County Jail in Goshen said this woman, in spite of loosing her fiance, is in a great spirit and looks not like a person, who faced a murder trial and has spent two weeks in jail indeed.

A woman, who saw the 35-year-old Graswald, while visiting another prisoner, said that she would never have thought about her as a person, mourning the death of someone she loved. Moreover, she supposed that Angelica could be not well up mentally there, because didn’t seem to be upset at all. She even wished all visiting mothers a happy Mother’s Day last week.

Mrs Graswald was accused of second-degree murder 10 days after her fiance mysteriously disappeared in the Hudson River when his kayak flipped. Now she has happy daily routine with everyday chats to jail visitors, when she narrates them admiringly how delicious dinner menu in prison.

Angelika Graswald, a Latvian expatriate, has being held in clink on $3 million bail. She was kayaking with her 46-year-old fiance Vincent Viafore on April 18, when they were coming back from visiting historic  Bannerman Island. That day his kayak-boat capsized and his body hasn’t been found ever since.

Angelika Graswald with her fiance Vincent Viafore

Angelika Graswald with her fiance Vincent Viafore

 

Mrs Graswald was arrested 10 days later after giving the conflicting statements about the incident to the police. However, the focus of scrutiny she became even before an arrest because of her strange Facebook post with cheerful recordings of cats and animals from the sanctuary, where she volunteered.

Later the police confirmed that she said she had damaged her fiance’s boat and felt herself good knowing that he was going to die. She was to benefit from Viafore’s $250,000 life-insurance policy.

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