This undated evidence photo provided Monday, May 20, 2013, by the West Valley City Police Department shows the rental home in Graham, Wash., that burned to the ground when Josh Powell killed himself and his two young sons on Feb. 5, 2012. Newly released police records show that Utah officials believe Josh Powell likely killed his wife and that his brother, Michael Powell, helped dispose of the body, but authorities felt they didn't have enough evidence to prove that theory in court. The documents, released late Monday, gave the public its first glimpse into what police knew of Susan Powell's 2009 disappearance. (AP Photo/West Valley City Police Department)

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This undated evidence photo provided Monday, May 20, 2013, by the West Valley City Police Department shows the rental home in Graham, Wash., that burned to the ground when Josh Powell killed himself and his two young sons on Feb. 5, 2012. Newly released police records show that Utah officials believe Josh Powell likely killed his wife and that his brother, Michael Powell, helped dispose of the body, but authorities felt they didn't have enough evidence to prove that theory in court. The documents, released late Monday, gave the public its first glimpse into what police knew of Susan Powell's 2009 disappearance. (AP Photo/West Valley City Police Department)
This undated evidence photo provided Monday, May 20, 2013, by the West Valley City Police Department shows the rental home in Graham, Wash., that burned to the ground when Josh Powell killed himself and his two young sons on Feb. 5, 2012. Newly released police records show that Utah officials believe Josh Powell likely killed his wife and that his brother, Michael Powell, helped dispose of the body, but authorities felt they didn't have enough evidence to prove that theory in court. The documents, released late Monday, gave the public its first glimpse into what police knew of Susan Powell's 2009 disappearance. (AP Photo/West Valley City Police Department)
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