Despite a confession and the case being closed, many still believe the evidence shows the death of Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister wasn’t by the hands of one man.
Law enforcement initially suspected and arrested two women in the bludgeoning death of an Aspen socialite because one offered shaky answers in a lie-detector test and the other repeatedly threatened to kill the victim.
A judge has delayed the preliminary hearings for three people accused of murdering an Aspen socialite.
The three people accused of killing an Aspen woman do not want some details of the case to be made public.
Authorities say they do not suspect anyone besides the three people in custody had a role in the slaying of Aspen resident Nancy Pfister and no more arrests are expected.