The 5-year-old Daughter’s Father is Accused of Killing Her, but His Wife Claims She Still Loves Him!

In spite of the atrocities she claims to have seen, the estranged wife of a New Hampshire man who is charged with killing his 5-year-old daughter and concealing the child’s body for months testified on Monday that she still loves him.

The main witness against her husband, Adam Montgomery, who is accused of second-degree murder as well as other offenses related to the passing of their daughter, Harmony, is Kayla Montgomery.

The girl was allegedly killed on December 7, 2019, according to the authorities, but it took almost two years for her to be reported missing. The girl’s body is still missing.

Defense attorneys conceded Adam Montgomery is guilty of fabricating evidence and mistreating a corpse as the trial in Manchester began last week. However, they denied that he killed Harmony, claiming that the young woman passed away on December 6 while spending time by herself with her stepmother, Kayla.

“That assault never happened, did it?” Following Kayla Montgomery’s second testimony, attorney Caroline Smith stated that her husband had repeatedly struck Harmony in the head because the girl had soiled herself.

“Yeah, it did,” Kayla replied. While prosecutor Christopher Knowles directly questioned her, “Did Harmony die in the middle of the night alone with you when the defendant wasn’t even there?” she also refuted the defense team’s story. “No,” was her response.

The family had been forced to move into a car after being evicted, and this included the couple’s two small boys. Kayla claims that on the morning of December 7, while driving from a methadone clinic to a fast-food restaurant, Adam punched Harmony at multiple stop signs.

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She didn’t seem really emotional. On Monday, she responded to inquiries on giving food to the kids without first making sure Harmony was okay, the later finding that the girl was dead, and all the locations she said the body was hidden, such as the walk-in freezer at her husband’s job and the ceiling vent of a homeless center.

But when questioned later if she still loved Adam, she sobbed and wiped her face with Kleenex. “I still care about him because he’s the father of my children,” she said. “He was my best friend. It’s been hard for me just to let go.”

After that, Knowles asked her why she had stayed with Montgomery, displaying a sizable picture of her face that was bruised from what she said was his fault. “I was scared, and I still cared about him,” she said, giving a similar answer when Knowles showed her a large image of Harmony and asked, “Why stay with someone who did what he did to a helpless girl like this?”

Kayla Montgomery admitted to lying to the grand jury about her whereabouts at the time Harmony was last seen, and as a result, she was sentenced to 18 months in prison. Although she did not receive immunity, she told Smith that she had not experienced any more repercussions for the contradictions in her claims to the police or prosecutors.

According to Smith, Kayla has persisted in lying to protect herself. “By that agreement, you were supposed only to tell the truth, and your story changed a lot,” Smith stated. “And at the grand jury, you were always supposed to tell the truth, and you lied.”

Adam Montgomery isn’t showing up for his trial. He received a sentence of more than 30 years in jail after being found guilty in a separate case involving gun theft last year.

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