“Honey, I love you, but, ‘said I do,'” he quipped. “Not my mistake, not my mistake — I love my wife,” Bliefnick added. “I’m gonna get in trouble for that, aren’t I?”
Timothy appeared at the Adams County Courthouse on March 14 charged with killing his wife and home invasion following his arrest, for which he pled not guilty.
Casey Schnack, his attorney, denied the joke was alluding to any ill intent and shut down rumors the quip had to do with the couple’s eventual decision to separate.
Prosecutors, however, argued that the crime was not a random act, and it was noted both had filed for restraining orders against one another before her death.