Murder, fraud, $2.2 million somewhere 

Son seeks restitution; not our problem, say Arkansas kin.

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As for Norman Butler, his son reports that he has adjusted well to the assisted-care facility. "I don't think he remembers Shea," Doug Butler says. "He did not move his computer, so he did not have the ability to try to e-mail her anymore. And now that he hasn't for three or four months, I think she's completely gone from his mind."

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