|Michael Tutera (victim|
|Matthew T. Hendrix|
This Is Not A Murder Blog
- How did these suspects enter the gated community?
- Why would this 49 year old wealthy man be able to identify a 17 year old kid?
- Why would the 17 year old UMKC college student know the 22 year old alleged shooter?
- At 1:00am, the time of the murder, why was Tutera the only one in the home?
- Michael Tutera’s estranged wife (no mention of estranged in any article) had previously been arrested for assaulting him and was given a 90 day suspended sentence. She was not living in the home.
- In 2009, Tutera and wife Sonya, who had purchased Richard Bloch’s (of H & R Block) mansion defaulted on the mortgage, which led to a bank foreclosure and demolition. The home's destruction angered historic preservationists. In addition the bank is suing for about $270,000 still owed from the transactions.
- In 2009, Michael Tutera sold his 17.62% ownership interest in the parent company of Central Bank of Kansas City, which has $177.5 million in assets, for about $3 million. This led to a family division where in the end Tutera sued his mother, sister and brother for “fraud”. A motion hearing had been set for this upcoming July.
- Although Hendrix did not live in the gated community, he was son of one of Sonya’s best friend. 
- Tutera was being sued by his homeowners association for almost a year's worth of dues. This has resulted in an action filed Wednesday in Jackson County seeking eviction from his home.