James Clay Waller, the estranged husband of missing mother of triplets, Jacque Sue Waller, claims that he has absolutely nothing to do with the woman's disappearance. The former police officer claims that he is being "followed and harassed," while the cops should be more focused on finding his wife. Do you think James Clay Waller is telling the truth, or is he an elaborate liar as the family of his missing wife believe?
James "Clay" Waller was the last person to see Jacque Sue Waller before she vanished without a trace, appearing to abandon her vehicle not far from his home. Before she disappeared, she called her family to tell them she was on her way to his home to pick up their son, Maddox. Not only has it been revealed that Maddox wasn't even at his father's home, Jacque Sue Waller never returned and appears to have gone completely missing.
James Waller is a person of interest in this case, and the police strongly suspect that he is tied to his wife's disappearance. They absolutely suspect foul play, as well. In addition to this public acknowledgement of suspicion, the family of the missing Missouri mother of triplets have publicly appeared on media programs crying out that this man is guilty of whatever happened to their daughter.
James spoke earlier regarding these allegations, and he claims that he is completely innocent of any wrongdoing:
"It's crazy. I got a helicopter following me every day, police are following me. I'll tell you what is not happening is that the cops are not searching for my wife."
James "Clay" believes his wife was abducted off Interstate-55, but the police claim that they "never believed [she] was abducted" and they still don't. They believe that the abandoned vehicle and the recent discovery of her business cards are indicative that this is a coverup to make something else look like an abduction.
Chelsea Hoffman is the author "Chloe and Louis," and two other novels. She resides in Las Vegas where she works as a freelance writer covering true crime stories and a myriad of other assorted works. You can follow her on Twitter or follow her blog Beauty Made Fresh!