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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

[FL] Still no word on Pam Brady's cause of death

...New Smyrna Beach police would not say what killed Pamela Brady. There were no signs of trauma to her body, and that investigation is continuing...

Nov 1, 2009 update: As far as I know there has been no public report on the final determination in Pam's death.]

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September 23, 2008
[FL] Awaiting the words that make Pam Brady somebody too

FDLE: Office affair began spiral that ended in suicide

Orlando Sentinel, FL
Rene Stutzman
December 5, 2008
[Excerpts] The Florida Department of Law Enforcement lawyer who killed himself at his New Smyrna Beach home in September had been having a yearlong affair with a co-worker, the secret got out, and both knew they were in trouble with the agency, according to a newly released state report. Steve Brady, 58, was found dead in his home Sept. 22. Nearby was the body of his wife, Pamela Brady, 56. Steve Brady had put a gun in his mouth and pulled the trigger, according to his autopsy report. New Smyrna Beach police would not say what killed Pamela Brady. There were no signs of trauma to her body, and that investigation is continuing. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement released its internal-affairs report on Steve Brady on Wednesday night. The agency did not explain what happened at the Bradys' home or why the longtime husband and wife wound up dead. But the report made clear that Brady had broken agency rules, as had his lover, [XXX]... FDLE spokeswoman Heather Smith would not say Thursday whether Brady retired under the threat of dismissal. He had been with the agency 23 years... Brady was assigned to the agency's Orlando office, but for the past two years had worked two days a week in Daytona Beach... The agency concluded that both employees had discredited FDLE and engaged in unethical behavior. They also broke the rules by using their computers and cell phones for non-agency business -- to communicate with each other... [Link]
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  1. We miss Pam so much and just wish we knew what happened to her! Thank you for not forgetting her!

  2. What happened to Pam? Pam was one of the nicest people I have ever met and Steve was one of the funniest. I still cannot believe this is real.

  3. There's a good chance I will miss it if it is ever released since I'm back to working full time now... so if you find out, please let me know.
    There is a cloak over this... It doesn't take this long... not nearly this long.


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