The disappearance of Gold Coast woman Novy Chardon remains unsolved and reports are indicating fears that she might have been murdered. As of Feb. 12, 2013, there are new suspicions regarding a "blunt message" her husband delivered while in Indonesia with their two children. John Chardon's comments have stricken nerves of those following this story both in Australia as well as overseas.
"Tell her to 'get your stupid bloody arse home', mate... Haha, no just tell her she's gotta come home."
Those are the words of John Chardon when he was contacted about the search for his missing wife. He also reportedly showed no emotion when he was notified that his home is being considered a crime scene. These details, which were shared by the Queensland Times, are immediately suspicious in a case that is quickly becoming a gripping mystery wrought with fears of foul play.
In another update shared by the Queensland Times, the 2009 Volvo belonging to Novy Chardon was located near the Nerang railway station, where it appeared to had been abandoned, on Monday evening. This creates more suspicion while the husband remains out of sight of the media with their children in Indonesia.
Do you think the behavior of the missing woman's husband is suspicious? Statistically, crimes against women are committed by a husband, boyfriend or some other person either romantically linked to the victim or who resides under the same roof as the victim. Using this knowledge, it's only proper for the man to be investigated and his motives questioned. Especially when another quote recently shared by the man sparks even more suspicion.
"I loved her very much. I still love her, actually," said John Chardon.
Why did he say he loved her in the past tense, and what does he really think of his home being a crime scene?