Ana Walshe told DC police Brian Walshe threatened to kill her in 2014 – Boston 25 News

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COHASSET, Mass. – On social media, Cohasset’s long-lost mother, Ana Walshe, portrayed a happy and glamorous life with her husband Brian Walshe.

But a police report obtained by Boston 25 reporter Bob Ward reveals deep problems even before Ana and Brian get engaged.

According to this public incident report, Ana Knipp (her maiden name) told DC Metro Police that Brian Walshe “told over the phone that he was going to kill her and her friends.”

Ana added that Brian now lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Brian Walshe is not mentioned in the report, but Ward’s sources indicate that the suspect here is Brian Walshe.

The report lists the potential offense as Criminal Threats, but Ana never cooperated with the DC Metropolitan Police, Brian Walshe was never charged, and the case was closed.

Former Boston Police Chief Dan Linskey believes this former accusation now carries a lot of significance.

“It shows the story we were looking for to see what was going on in this relationship,” Linskey said. “All relationships have tensions, right? People argue, fight and disagree. But when you go to the authorities because you feel your physical safety and the physical safety of your friends are in danger to file a formal report, that’s a different pattern.”

Just over a year after Ana told police Brian threatened to kill her, she announced her engagement on social media.

And four months later, they got married.

But on May 21, 2018, Ana Walshe posted a selfie on Instagram showing her injured eye.

Ana captioned this photo: “Mild concussion, bruised hip and a cut. #vulnerability.”


Ana explained it to a friend in six words: “Marble floors freshly polished at work”.

Linskey tells me that, in light of the DC Metro Police report, this image can be seen in an entirely different light.

“Often, victims of domestic violence cover up for their abusers and come up with excuses for their injuries,” Linskey said. “It could also be considered consistent with this post, vulnerability, that she is in a vulnerable place in her relationship and is reaching out to people through that medium.”

Ana Walshe is still missing, no one has seen her since New Year’s Eve.

Prosecutors say state police found blood and a broken, bloody knife at the couple’s Cohasset home.

And Ward’s source says they recovered evidence linked to Ana in a dumpster near Brian Walshe’s mother’s home on Boston’s North Shore.

Dan Linskey believes that the DC Metro Police report, where Ana Walshe said Brian threatened to kill her, may well have been the start of a growing chain of domestic violence that broke out in Cohasset on New Year’s Day.

“If indeed there was a fight in the family home and it resulted in a death, and we had the mutilation of his body, clearly that initial threat went through the cycle of violence and culminated in the final violence,” Linskey said.

Brian Walshe is on $500,000 bail at Norfolk County Correctional Home on charges of misleading investigators as they continue to search for Ana Walshe.

This is a story in development. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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