Domenic Micheli, 36, (photo) has been accused of murder and severe mistreatment of his former boss Joel Paavola in June 2018
A woman from Tennessee sues the Department of Corrections and a half house in Washington, D.C., about an escaped accused of murdering her husband.
News shops reported Wednesday that Lana Paavola, 48, accused the government department of negligence in dealing with Domenic Micheli, 36, who was arrested after the forbidden site in the White House in April 2018.
Authorities said Micheli later escaped from half a house and went to Tennessee, where he used an ax and a carving knife to kill his former boss, Paavola & s husband, Joel, 46.
Micheli is accused of murder and severe assault during the murder on 4 June 2018.
The lawsuit states that the corrections department and halfway through the house did not immediately report the escape, and says the authorities did not use Micheli's social media messages to track him down.
Lana Paavola, a five-year-old mother, filed the federal civil trial with the US District Court in Tennessee on Tuesday, although the criminal case against Micheli is pending.
Lana Paavola (left) accused the department of corrections of negligence over the murder of her husband, Joel (right)
Weeks before the murder, a federal judge of the D.C ordered that Micheli be detained halfway through Hope Village on Langston Place in the capital.
Micheli was then confronted with an allegation of violation on the grounds of the White House and was awaiting further legal proceedings in D.C.
Paavola & # 39; s suit alleges that Micheli escaped Hope Village sometime in mid-May and the halfway house failed to immediately notify authorities of the escape, NBC4 reported.
The document further states that Hope Village & # 39; did not take steps to ensure that Mr. Micheli was arrested before he would harm the public & # 39 ;.
In her suite, in the days between Micheli's escape and the murder, Paavola claims that the accused & # 39; a series of bizarre and deeply troubling messages on Facebook & # 39; posted that the police could have used to track him down.
In such a post on May 26, 2018, Micheli claimed the & # 39; Sun of God & # 39; and he warned that after this post no mercy will be distributed.
Blake Carter, the lawyer who represents Paavola, told NBC4 that they have compiled a series of court files on recent escapes from Hope Village that were to be used halfway through their home.
Micheli stumbled to the Gallatin Urgent Care facility in Tennessee, just two hours after he allegedly killed his former boss with an ax
Surveillance video of the facility lets Micheli hop in and out
They include a case where the center in 2002 & # 39; inattentive & # 39; had released a man who would later commit a series of crimes, including the murder of a 9-year-old girl.
Micheli was arrested on June 5, 2018 by the Kentucky State Police along the I-65 at Bowling Green, about 60 kilometers northeast of Nashville.
Police say Micheli attacked and killed Jello Paavola early July in the Balance Training Center at Belle Meade, outside of Nashville, while the 46-year-old assisted clients with training.
Micheli was portrayed on surveillance cameras & # 39; s released by the police who walked in and out of an emergency shelter in nearby Gallatin less than two hours after the alleged attack.
Lana Paavola claims that the authorities did not use Micheli's social media messages to track him down for the murder after his escape from the halfway home of Hope Village
Joel Paavola (right), the owner of the fitness center The Balance Training Center, depicted with one of his children
Micheli is said to have been fired at the Balance Training Center in 2017 after trying to take Paavola customers to a gym that Micheli is considering setting up.
Safety images show that Micheli is walking back and forth in the parking garage below the shopping center, where the Balance Training Center is located before the alleged attack was reported.
Authorities say Micheli went to the Belle Meade shopping center to hit Paavola with an ax and a cleaver.
Micheli, 36, was arrested by the White House secret service in April. It is pictured above on an undated Facebook photo
The Balance Training Center in Nashville, where Paavola led a training lesson when he was killed
Paavola was considered a fitness guru who gave speeches about the life of a healthy lifestyle.
In a statement after his death, his family paid homage to him and said he was a dedicated family man who was happy to help others.
"His warm curiosity, his fascinating personality and dedication and his passion for his life, his work and his family made him known and loved by the whole community," the Paavola family said in a statement after his death. .
& # 39; Joel was taken away from this world too quickly & # 39 ;, the statement continued, adding that Paavola & # 39; led a clear and energetic life & # 39; and touched the hearts of everyone who knew him.