Killing Of Ex-Wife by New Jersey Officer Marks Detriorating Condition of Family System & Morality

A killer with knife in handThe world is full of irony or quirk of fate. A couple of days back, I stumbled upon news that a police officer from Neptune Township, New Jersey, chased down his ex-wife and killed her in front of his daughter.
Police say that 51-year-old Sgt. Phil Seidle chased his wife Tamara Seidle, then got out of his car and fired a number of rounds at Tamara. The whole incident happened in front of the couple's 7-year-old daughter
who sitting in the off-duty officer’s vehicle.

Then Seidle pointed the gun to his head and held officers at bay for roughly 30 minutes. Eventually, police managed to persuade him to drop his gun and took him into custody. He has been charged with first degree murder in Tamara’s shooting death.

Like any law-abidibng and God-fearing person, it was shocking for me to learn that a police officer killed a lady who spent a big fraction of her life with him.

Phil Seidle and Tamara’s divorce was finalized in the final week of May this year. Divorce is no longer a rare phenomenon. I personally believe that if a marriage is devoid of love and respect, the individuals should separate from each other, given all other possible solutions have already been tried.

Killing of an ex-wife by a police officer was a shock for me but not as big one as I got when I learnt that the couple had a whopping 9 children – yes, you read right they had 9 children.  Let me say that the couple’s life marks a big quirk of fate because a man and a woman who were not happy with each other or hate each other produced a whopping nine children, which is really rare in modern world.

Take it the other way, a man and a woman who were together for so many years and produced nine kids started hating each other so much that one of them killed the other.

While the case of Phil Seidle and his ex-wife Tamara may be an incident of crime; for me, it is yet another example of deteriorating condition of family system and death of moral values.

6/19/2015
Killing Of Ex-Wife by New Jersey Officer Marks Detriorating Condition of Family System & Morality
A killer with knife in handThe world is full of irony or quirk of fate. A couple of days back, I stumbled upon news that a police officer from Neptune Township, New Jersey, chased down his ex-wife and killed her in front of his daughter.
Police say that 51-year-old Sgt. Phil Seidle chased his wife Tamara Seidle, then got out of his car and fired a number of rounds at Tamara. The whole incident happened in front of the couple's 7-year-old daughter
who sitting in the off-duty officer’s vehicle.

Then Seidle pointed the gun to his head and held officers at bay for roughly 30 minutes. Eventually, police managed to persuade him to drop his gun and took him into custody. He has been charged with first degree murder in Tamara’s shooting death.

Like any law-abidibng and God-fearing person, it was shocking for me to learn that a police officer killed a lady who spent a big fraction of her life with him.

Phil Seidle and Tamara’s divorce was finalized in the final week of May this year. Divorce is no longer a rare phenomenon. I personally believe that if a marriage is devoid of love and respect, the individuals should separate from each other, given all other possible solutions have already been tried.

Killing of an ex-wife by a police officer was a shock for me but not as big one as I got when I learnt that the couple had a whopping 9 children – yes, you read right they had 9 children.  Let me say that the couple’s life marks a big quirk of fate because a man and a woman who were not happy with each other or hate each other produced a whopping nine children, which is really rare in modern world.

Take it the other way, a man and a woman who were together for so many years and produced nine kids started hating each other so much that one of them killed the other.

While the case of Phil Seidle and his ex-wife Tamara may be an incident of crime; for me, it is yet another example of deteriorating condition of family system and death of moral values.