(KINGMAN COUNTY, Kan.) — While Brett Secat's home was burning in April 2011, he called 911 and told dispatchers he thought his wife was dead. Jurors heard that 911 call during testimony Wednesday.
Seacat is on trial charged with killing his wife Vashti and setting their Kingman home on fire in April of 2011. His defense argues she lit the fires and killed herself.
A KBI agent testified about a note he found in Seacat's pocket the night of the deadly fire. The agent said the note had a list:
2. Her parents
3. Everything that the...truth
The note also had the words 'no suicide' on it. The KBI agent did not elobrate on what the note meant.
He also told jurors about the pictures taken of Seacat's entire body the next day. The photos showed singed hair on his calves and two blisters on his left foot. Jurors also saw the gun that was found under Vashti's body.