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Subject: Re: How much does Hollywood pay police to conduct fake investigations?
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 shawn<> wrote:

> On Thu, 1 Feb 2018 09:06:13 -0800, Ian J. Ball<IJBall@mac.invalid>
> wrote:
> >On 2018-02-01 16:22:31 +0000, Rhino said:
> >
> >> On 2018-02-01 10:34 AM, Obveeus wrote:
> >>> 
> >>> Just in time for a CBS special airing this weekend about this cold case:
> >>> 
> >>>
> >>> being-labeled-person-interest-drowning-death-natalie-wood-nearly-four-deca
> >>> des-ag/1085971001/ 
> >>> 
> >> 
> >> Uh, Hollywood doesn't pay police *anything*; that's the taxpayers 
> >> footing the bill.
> >
> >I hate to say it, but Robert Wagner is a plausible perp. Frankly, it's 
> >more believable that they botched the investigation "back in the day" 
> >than that they're botching it now.
> >
> >FWIW...
> At this point they aren't likely to find new evidence and he's being
> the last person to see her alive sounds like what I heard years ago so
> that's not exactly new. Given that the suspicion was that she fell
> overboard (and I think the drug screen showed that she had been
> drinking along with everyone else) it wouldn't be that surprising that
> she could have fallen overboard and no one noticed right away.
> That said, I never heard anyone propose a good reason for why Rober
> Wagner would have killed her. Seems that motive would be a big point
> in trying to move a cold case forward.

He was jelly that she was cheating on him with Walken.

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