Lisa, Steve, Marilyn and Don Sneiderman (Courtesy NBC TODAY)
Don, Steve and Rusty Sneiderman (Courtesy NBC TODAY)
DECATUR, Ga. -- Hemy Neuman may be behind bars for killing Rusty Sneiderman outside his son's Dunwoody daycare, but Sneiderman's family isn't done with the case yet.
They're keeping their focus on Rusty's widow Andrea Sneiderman.
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"The last time I spoke with her, we were speaking right after Hemy Neuman was arrested, and she indicated to me that she felt she was suicidal when she thought of how much worse this could get for her," Rusty's sister-in-law Lisa Sneideman said on the TODAY show Friday morning.
"I immediately was alarmed and I said 'What do you mean by that?'" Lisa Sneiderman added. "She said 'What do you think I mean by that?' and I knew immediately that she was in big trouble."
"We know that she's lied; we watched her lie on the stand," Rusty's brother Steve Sneiderman said. "She lied about the nature of her relationship with the killer. She clearly had an inappropriate relationship with him. We know that she lied about critical information that could have led law enforcement to, you know, arrest him much faster than they did. We knew that she lied about when she knew that Rusty had been shot. And those raise giant red flags and raise a lot of questions for all of us as to what...happens here."
"It doesn't make a lot of sense," he added. "Her story doesn't fit together, and so we're grateful that the district attorney's office is hearing the same things that we're hearing in this testimony and that the investigations are going to continue. We have to have answers to these questions."
Steve Sneiderman said his family trusted the D.A.'s office to follow the evidence and backed them 110 percent.
He added that even though he felt justice had been served with his brother's killer off the streets for life, his family has found little comfort in the conviction.
"It won't bring Rusty back," Rusty's father Don Sneiderman said. "That's all we care about is trying to keep him somehow alive in our hearts."
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Neuman apologized to Sneiderman's family, his own family and the whole community during his sentencing on Thursday.
"I am so, so sorry; I can't say it enough," Neuman read from a prepared statement Thursday afternoon. "I am sorry from the deepest part of me."
"I've heard that line 'I'm so, so sorry' from many people in this case. It just bothers the heck out of me," Don Sneiderman said.
"Nothing will bring Rusty back, and that's what we wanted most," added Rusty's mother Marilyn Sneiderman.
She said she didn't believe Neuman was insane when he shot her son. Jurors found Neuman guilty of malice murder, but mentally ill.
"I think it's an excuse," Marilyn Sneiderman said.
"He was the light of our life," she added. "He was loved by everyone with his big smile, and he was interested in helping everybody. He was too good a man to die like that."
Tune in to an 11Alive Dateline: The Dunwoody Daycare Killing -- Friday at 8 p.m.
(NBC News contributed to this report.)