Wife of Wausau shooter speaks for first time since day of tragedy

WAUSAU, Wisc. - Naly Vang describes her husband, Nengmy Vang as verbally abusive and controlling in an article found in the Wausau Daily Heard.

The article says they had a rocky relationship for years and were on the verge of a messy divorce.

Naly describes a battle over custody of their children, divorce proceedings and times when police were called to their home.
   

She also suspected him of being unfaithful to her.

On March 22, 2017 he took the lives of Dianne Look, Karen Barclay, Sara Quirt Sans and Everest Metro Police department detective Jason Weiland.

Look and Barclay worked with Naly at Marathon Savings Bank in Scholfield.  The newspaper article says they were like family to Naly and were helping her with her marital problems.

Naly told the paper she misses them dearly. Now Naly Vang says her life is focused on her children who keep her going every day.

 

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