Missing man's wife: Drowning likely a scam

Evana Roth, wife of Raymond Roth, says she

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Evana Roth, wife of Raymond Roth, says she was planning for a funeral when she found suspicious e-mails from her husband. Videojournalist: Jim Staubitser (August 3, 2012)

The wife of a missing Massapequa man who was feared drowned off Jones Beach, but turned up days later in Florida, now suspects it was all a scam to collect on a life insurance policy.

Telling reporters Friday that she fears for her safety, Evana Roth said emails found on her home computer appear to indicate that her husband and his adult son faked the drowning.

Authorities said the...

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