CHRISTOPHER Murray said his wife was “a beautiful woman; a loving, caring mother, a fabulous friend.”
No one in Northeast Philadelphia would dispute that. Connie Murray was all those things and more.
But before he clammed up on a Daily News reporter Wednesday night – the day police released autopsy results revealing that his wife had been slain – Murray said something else.
Not that he wanted the public’s help in tracking down her killer. He said he wanted to move on, one day after her body was found in Pennypack Park.