The brutal murder of little Harmony Montgomery: Smoking Adam Montgomery yells at cops in interrogation
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MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Police have released a new video of the initial interrogation of Adam Montgomery, where the suspected killer of Harmony Montgomery can be seen chain-smoking and saying, "What you just said to me, you're completely out of line," to the investigators.
The released video is from when Montgomery was first arrested in December 2021 on charges of assault, interference with custody, and endangering the welfare of his daughter, reported Daily Mail. However, earlier, The Sun reported about the same interrogation where some chilling information was revealed regarding her abduction.
In the interrogation, Adam can be seen asking why he was being charged with second-degree assault. The detective told him, "Well, your daughter had some injuries you know about when you lived in Gilford Street." Later, he asked, "No, I do not. What are you referring to?" The detective claimed, "Well, you were there, I wasn't, right?" Further, the 32-year-old suspect asked, "What are you referring to?" and then the detective stated, "I'm referring to her (Harmony) having some good marks."
The conversation continued, and Adam enquired, "What are you referring to?" "Marks that were left on her by you," said the detective. Later, he claimed, "Absolutely not. I have nothing else to you." He also added, “You know what, man, like I don’t even want to talk anymore. Like this is just beating around the bush. It just seems a little too silly to me."
Meanwhile, Kayla Montgomery, Adam Montgomery's former wife, was reportedly one of the first individuals to claim that Adam had murdered Harmony three months before he was charged.
According to recent court documents, Adam has also been charged in a separate firearms possession case. As per police ocuments, “Kayla said that [Adam Montgomery] had encouraged her on multiple occasions to lie to police about Harmony’s whereabouts, basically giving Kayla a ‘cover story’ and telling her that as long as she stuck to the cover story, everything would be OK."
Prosecutors have further alleged that the five-year-old died after 'being repeatedly struck' in the head with a closed fist. Later, he himself would have "removed, concealed, or destroyed” his daughter’s body. Adam has not pleaded guilty on Tuesday, October 25, to the four counts against him, including second-degree murder and falsifying physical evidence. He will remain in jail and might also face several other charges, including allegedly abusing Harmony and stealing guns just weeks before she was killed.