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The Helmuth Buxbaum Case Helmuth Buxbaum a wealthy nursing homes chain operator had it all money a big house a loving wife and four beautiful children but that wasnt enough for him Somewhere down the road he started to use hard drugs like cocaine and also developed a hunger for sex which could only be satisfied by prostitutes and other younger women This new lifestyle that Buxbaum wanted to live was opposed by his wife but divorcing his wife would mean he would have to give up more than half of his assets which he felt that he couldnt afford to do now since he was already accustomed to his new scandalous lifestyle So he had his wife Hanna Buxbaum murdered to maintain control over the nursing home chain and to keep indulging himself in cocaine and prostitutes Helmuth Buxbaum was the owner of a successful chain of nursing homes but how did he actually establish such a successful chain all by himself In actuality he didnt establish this chain by himself at all It was his older brother who had in fact helped him build the first nursing home After the success of the first nursing home Buxbaum was ablaze with ambition that he forced his brother out of the business by buying him outBird p18 this shows that Buxbaum had already turned on one of his own family members just for more wealth and power What was stopping him from turning on another family member to gain even more control over this growing enterprize The fact that it was his wife that held the other 50 percent and that he would not be able to buy her out and divorce was completely out of the question because she would still be able to keep her half of the business and maybe even more if the divorce settlement went in her favour So for Buxbaum the only logical thing that he thought was
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