David Temple says his wife, Belinda, was fatally shot in a home invasion two decades ago. Authorities say he killed her. Can they prove it?
BROKEN DREAM “She had a glow,” says pal LaDonna Clarke of Belinda (with David).

Belinda Temple had just finished her day as a special-education teacher at Katy High School in Katy, Texas, on Jan. 11, 1999, and headed home to her family: husband David Temple, a well-known football coach at nearby Alief Hastings High School, and 3-year-old son Evan, who had a fever. Belinda, nearly eight months pregnant, stopped briefly at her in-laws’ house to pick up some soup for her sick son before going home. But within an hour she

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