BROTHERS IN CRIME

THE LEAST LIKELY SOURCES LEAD TO AN ARREST IN THE CASE OF A MISSING GOVERNOR'S AIDE

It's said that the perfect crime--from start to finish--can be committed by only one person. Get others involved, the reasoning goes, and sooner or later someone will crack. Perhaps Thomas Capano, in his privileged sphere, was unaware of that underworld wisdom. Perhaps his hubris got in the way. Perhaps he never thought his own family would turn on him.

Capano, 48, a once prominent attorney and power broker in the insular world of Delaware politics, was arrested last week in Wilmington and charged with first-degree murder, capping a 17-month investigation into the disappearance of Anne Marie Fahey, 30, the scheduling secretary...

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