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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Clay Waller: Estranged Husband Allegedly Sends Missing Wife a Bizarre Facebook Message

Posted By on Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 9:45 AM

click to enlarge Clay Waller was the last person to see his estranged wife.
  • Clay Waller was the last person to see his estranged wife.
Clay Waller, the man police call a "person of interest" in the disappearance of his estranged wife, Jacque Sue Waller, allegedly left a message this week on the Facebook wall of his missing spouse.

The family of Jacque (who goes by Jacque Rawson-Waller on Facebook) tells KTVI that they couldn't believe that Waller would have the audacity to post a message after refusing to assist police in their investigation. Waller was the last person to see Jacque alive when she dropped by his current residence June 1 to discuss their pending divorce.

The Facebook message -- which no long appears on Jacque's wall -- suggested that Waller wanted his estranged wife to come home, unharmed.

It read:
Jacque Sue Waller
  • Jacque Sue Waller
"I miss u so much. This is a nightmare. I wish for your safe return. So many people are wanting to get me. This is not about me. We need for you to come home. Our babies need us so bad. I haven't seen them since all of this happened. I know they miss u so bad. I look for u every day. I went to church today and have to believe you are still coming home. Our babies must be so confused, not having their mom or dad. Honey, I will keep moving forward. Our kids are worth fighting for. I know you would want me to fight every day for our babies. Honey, I miss and love you so much. Please come home soon, Clay."
The couple have five-year-old triplets who are currently in custody of Jacque's sister. Jacque's mother couldn't say for certain that the Facebook message came from Waller, but she says that it included the profile picture he's used in the past on Facebook.

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