What's next? Rewriting Wagner's words too?

What's next? Rewriting Wagner's words too?

Inge
Inge

October 14th, 2011, 1:02 pm #1

"It was just an accident. Wagner didn't kill his wife. Calm down, everyone."

Looks like the Wagner flock are the only ones getting crazy around here. I'm thinking they are the ones who need to calm down.
Whoever is posting Wagner's boat. Wagner's wife. Wagner's call. He let his wife die appears totally calm. No unnecessary cap locks, no exclamations. No rants.
Most people are very calm and collected when they are telling the truth. It was Wagner's boat which his wife was on when she went missing. It was his call to do something the second he found her missing. He did not. He sat and drank. Therefore he let her die.
Not one of those posts call him a murderer or anything else. It just calmly states the facts. The true facts. Not the ones made up by both sides of the aisle. In fact, Robert Wagner blames himself for her death which he should or are you going to try and rewrite his words too?

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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 1:03 pm #2

Wagner's boat. Wagner's wife. Wagner's call.
He let his wife die.
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anonymous
anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 1:12 pm #3

So, if someone falls and dies in your house, that means you murdered them?

You people are so stupid. Just look at the books written about the Kennedy assassination. Hundreds and hundreds of books...accusing everyone fron LBJ to the limo driver. All nonsense.

Wagner didn't kill his wife, it was an accident. It may have been an accident where he was involved, but that doesn't mean he killed her. Rulli's book is just one of many that make money off of a death where there is very little known. She knew she could manipulate the situation.

You are ready to tar and feather Wagner brcause of that book. That is absurd. You got carried away.

To think that she wrote that book (28 years later) for any other reason than to make money, is foolish.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 1:21 pm #4

Rulli wrote her book in the 1980's - did you read it? If you read it, you would see the time and labor put into bringing facts to Natalie's death.

Natalie didn't fall. There is no logical explanation for her falling accidentally. Going out to tie up a dinghy is absurd. Rulli's book is not an exaggeration of facts or conspiracy oriented as are the Kennedy books. Suzanne Finstad says the same things Rulli says about what's on record the night Natalie died. If not for authors and good ones like Finstad and Rulli, no one would know the most important things needed to know about this travesty of justice.

You say there's no evidence Wagner killed Natalie, well there's plenty of evidence he let her die. There's also very little evidence to prove he didn't kill her. You've got a ventedda against an author. You do not think or present your idle thoughts logically but many people at this forum do speak logically. Instead of addressing the logic, you continue to condemn an author who did a great job in every aspect.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 1:22 pm #5

I agree. None of the Wagner supporters ever address why he waited 25 years to admit to smashing a wine bottle.
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anonymous
anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 1:27 pm #6

She published her book in 2009. You sare really not too bright.

Why do you think that none of the legitimate media promoted the book? They knew what it was. You can't say that that is the truth. You are so brainwashed.

48 hours is doing a story on the 30th anniversary.

Why would Wagner want to admit he lost his temper? The case was closed. People like Rulli are bottom feeders who exploit a situation that can be exploited for money. To think otherwise is foolish.
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Anonymous
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October 14th, 2011, 1:53 pm #7

Wagner's boat. Wagner's wife. Wagner's call.
He let his wife die.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 2:32 pm #8

She published her book in 2009. You sare really not too bright.

Why do you think that none of the legitimate media promoted the book? They knew what it was. You can't say that that is the truth. You are so brainwashed.

48 hours is doing a story on the 30th anniversary.

Why would Wagner want to admit he lost his temper? The case was closed. People like Rulli are bottom feeders who exploit a situation that can be exploited for money. To think otherwise is foolish.
"Why would Wagner want to admit he lost his temper." LMAO You are serious? That's you best defense for Wagner's lies. He lied to the police because if he told them the TRUTH it would have pointed to his culpability. He lied to protect himself from that. You are painfully naive.
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Anonymous
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October 14th, 2011, 2:32 pm #9

She published her book in 2009. You sare really not too bright.

Why do you think that none of the legitimate media promoted the book? They knew what it was. You can't say that that is the truth. You are so brainwashed.

48 hours is doing a story on the 30th anniversary.

Why would Wagner want to admit he lost his temper? The case was closed. People like Rulli are bottom feeders who exploit a situation that can be exploited for money. To think otherwise is foolish.
"yous are not too bright" LOL
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anonymous
anonymous

October 14th, 2011, 2:46 pm #10

Again, you are ASSUMING that. That absolutely does not mean Wagner let his wife die.
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