A death first considered accidental now becomes the focal point of a murder trial to begin this week in Cape Girardeau. Authorities first thought Larry Holman had been killed by a stray shot during deer season. He was found dead in his car on a wooded Jefferson County roadside on November 21st of 2000. Now prosecutors allege his wife, Tammy, planned her husband’s death and planned to have it look like an accident. They say the case broke when Charles Miller of DeSoto told a relative of Tammy Holman what he had done and that relative went to the police. Miller has told authorities he had hoped to move in with Tammy Holman after the murder, but became angry after Holman took up with another man.