Man's body decomposed for eight months in airport parking while family searched the states
Kansas : Randy Potter's body decomposed for eight long months at the airport parking while his friends and family searched him across the states.
Despite many searches, including the location from where his dead body has been recovered now, family had no clue about him going missing all of a sudden.
“What kills me the most was I was there … he could’ve been found the first week,” Potter's wife Carolina said.
Police found Potter’s body inside his work vehicle at the Kansas City International Airport on 12 September after they were alerted to a foul odour, The Kansas City Star reported.
“The integrity of my father, his body … it just soiled because he sat in this vehicle for eight months. Through summer, cooking in the Midwestern heat, for eight months,” Potter’s daughter Nichole told The Post. “It’s disgusting. It’s a disgusting thought.”
Carolina, who works as a flight attendant, had searched the airport during the first week of Potter going missing. She was assured by the authorities that if he was in the parking lot, the cops must had found him.
She shared her disappointment over the authorities and their approach in the investigation.
“Every single entity failed my husband. Every single one,” Carolina said.