Saturday, September 18, 2010
I may be opening a can of worms with this post but I am so frustrated with hearing every now and then the notion that Wagner hasn't spoken in detail about the night Natalie died in an effort to "protect Natalie." With that absurd theory, only one question comes to my mind: protect her from what? Even in your wildest imagination, what can anyone come up with as an explanation for such an absurd excuse for his silence? Make NO mistake about it, Wagner stays silent to protect himself and for no other reason. I'll give him an inch on protecting Natalie's daughters from hurtful truth, but then again, if he had exerted one drop of restraint that night, chances are their mother would still be with them today. That's all I have to say about this topic, but I welcome CREDIBLE input. How could anyone suggest such a thing?