For nine years he says that Perry didn't have anything to do with (wife) Janet's death. He has a meeting with Perry and within a very short period of time, he's pleading guilty and telling the authorities that Perry killed his wife. It's very suspect.
The family was anxious to get the complaint filed due to what they think has been total misrepresentations in press releases that have been made throughout the time after the death of their son.
They're pretty much denying any responsibility for the death of Patrick. It's pretty much a boiler-plate denial of responsibility.