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In addressing the prosecutor's case, attorney Matthewman said, "The state's evidence cannot even prove that a homicide occurred, let alone that Adam Kaufman did it.... An innocent man was charged with a non-existent crime...." Prosecutor Joe Mansfield, in his opening speech to the jurors, said that Lina Kaufman had been a "healthy, active woman, arguably in the best shape of her life.
All of that ended because of the actions of that man, her husband." In this case, the outcome would come down to how Lina Kaufman had died, naturally or by the hand of her husband. The Chief Medical Examiner for Miami-Dade County testified that Lina Kaufman had died from strangulation and not a heart attack. Tracy Baker, the plastic surgeon who had enhanced Mrs. Chester Gwen, the former Miami-Dade County forensic pathologist who had performed the autopsy in 2007, testified that the injuries he had found on Kaufman's body had not been caused by emergency personnel who had tried to revive her. Gwen admitted that in April 2012, he had said that in his expert opinion, the cause of Lina Kaufman's death was still a mystery to him. Hyma, before he ruled the death a homicide by strangulation, had not consulted with him.
The forensic pathologist attributed this passage of time to a delayed toxicological report and the fact he wanted to be sure he made the right call.
On cross-examination, the defense attorney accused the medical examiner of caving in to pressure from the prosecutor to declare Lina Kaufman's death a homicide.
In June 2007, Montgomery announced her pregnancy with Kaufman.
In justifying this line of questioning, prosecutor Baldwin said, "He's [the defendant] is asking this girl out with his dead wife's wedding ring on his finger the next month in December 2007.
Adam Kaufman's trial commenced on May 7, 2012 before Judge Brownyn Miller in Miami, Florida.
A week later, following the jury selection process, defense attorney Bill Matthewman, in his opening remarks, unveiled the new defense version of Lina Kaufman's death: while sitting on the toilet she had a heart attack and fell forward with her neck hitting the bar of the magazine rack.
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At Kaufman's bond hearing, his attorneys revealed the defense version of the death: Lina Kaufman, with a history of fainting spells, had applied a spray-on tanning substance that resulted in a violent allergic reaction causing respiratory failure.