Rusty Sneiderman was murdered after dropping his son off at Day Care in Dunwody, Georgia. Hemy Neuman later confessed to the murder. It was a sad case of what a conniving women can do to a man when he is already mentally unstable. Hemy Neuman will serve the rest of his life in prison, while the instigator of the crime will go free with a couple of million dollars of insurance money, unless she (Andrea Sneiderman) is charged with the crime. Both the offense and the defense agreed that she was a "co-conspirator."
Hemy Neuman was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole. He was found guilty of murder but mentally ill. Both offense and defense agreed that Andrea Sneiderman, the wife of the murdered man Rusty Sneiderman, was a “co-conspirator” although she has not been charged. Neuman’s wife did not take the stand during the trail but she gave evidence before Hemy’s trial that there was definitely an affair going on between Andrea Sneiderman and Hemy. She said she left Hemy the day he was charged with murder because she knew he did it and Andrea was behind it.
Andrea denied having an affair with Hemy but she traveled with him, spent the night with him in the same bed, and witnesses saw them hugging and kissing in clubs and restaurants. Hemy Neuman and Andrea Sneiderman also exchanged dozens of texts and emails every day. There can be no doubt about the affair. Neither Andrea nor her lawyer, Jennifer Little have commented on the latest allegations. It seems likely that Andrea will be charged.
Rusty Sneiderman was shot when he came out of a Day Care in Dunwoody where he had dropped off his son. A witness said a man with a beard got out of a car and shot Sneiderman, I believe 4 or 5 times. The last shot in the neck. Neuman at first denied the crime but when police showed him the evidence they had on him, he confessed.
During psychiatrists sessions, Hemy told of abuse that his father had inflicted on him and his sister during their childhood. His sister testified to it during his trail. He also told psychiatrists an angel had told him the Sneiderman’s children were in danger of being abused as he and his sister were, and he MUST prevent it. The angel also told him these children belonged to him. This was not possible because he hadn’t met Andrea until after they were born. He said he thought he had had sex with Andrea but he wasn’t sure.
Hemy Neuman is a highly educated man with a cooperate position with G.M. Andrea worked for him and traveled with him. His wife who also worked under Hemy, said he refused to take her on business trips, and took Andrea instead. She had no doubt that Hemy was guilty of murder or that Andrea was an accomplice. The victim Rusty Sneiderman’s family also believe Andrea is guilty. She has only allowed them to visit Rusty’s children once since his murder. Andrea was left with a two million dollars from Rusty’s life insurance and $800,000 in savings.
The defense argued that Hemy was led to believe by Andrea that Rusty was abusing the children, and without Rusty, she and Hemy could be married and raise the children. Hemy wasn’t stable and she played him until he was convinced that Rusty was a danger to the children. When the angel came into his imagination to tell him to rid them of their tormentor, he did it.