Movers remove items from Cooper home

November 13, 2008 9:49:53 AM PST
A moving company spent Thursday removing items from the home of Brad and Nancy Cooper.

The activity may be connected to an ongoing custody battle between Nancy Cooper's parents and her husband Brad, who is charged with her murder.

Workers from Marrins' Moving and Storage Company appeared to be hauling away everything in the Cooper home. Tables, chairs and other furniture went first.

Although it's been two-and-a-half weeks since Brad Cooper was led from his home in handcuffs, charged with his wife's murder, he apparently signed away much of his belongings in July.

According to his civil attorney, Brad and his wife has many liabilities as assets so there was never much money to pay his astronomical legal fees.

That's why he signed over his cats and household furnishings to his parents in July.

Since his arrest, his parents have assigned those assets to his civil attorney for legal fees.


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