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Friday, October 15, 2010

Update

As the 29th anniversary of Natalie's death approaches, I am feeling even more passionate than ever about getting her case reopened. I wish things would and could move along at a faster pace, but our progress depends on so many others being involved. We're getting there, I promise.


I have been ultra busy this past week but have also been involved with some book production preparations. We're getting closer. I'm disappointed we're not up and running yet with the new release, but hopefully it will be soon. I will keep you posted. I was looking up some quotes for use elsewhere and came across a few that rang true for me. I love proverbs and quotes, especially these following: 

"I'd quit, but the dead won't let me." -- Rowan Gant


"Nobody will think you're somebody if you don't think so yourself." African proverb

"What you see depends on what you're looking for." - unknown

"Being a writer is like standing naked in the High Street hoping people won't find you ridiculous."
Graham Storrs

“Chase down your passion like it's the last bus of the night.” ~Glade Byron Addams

72 comments:

  1. I hope the paperback will be out in November. Natalie's death is almost always mentioned then. It would be very convenient for the media to be able to tie the two together in one report. I'm not familiar with Rowan Gant but I am intrigued by his quote. In what context was it used?

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  2. Never mind. I just looked up Rowan Gant and got my answer.

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  3. Love the "What you see..." quote. It sums up Natalie's investigation.

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  4. Yes, the "What you see..." quote fits everyone. It's a truth of the field of social psychology--people tend to dismiss or ignore what doesn't fit in with their views. And they look for evidence that supports what does fit. It is particularly fitting in this case, isn't it?

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  5. My father told me that his Uncle told him that RJ used to flirt the young guys in the locker rooms at Hillcrest, giving them huge tips.

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  6. Wow, that's certainly off topic. It reminds me of when jrt was plaguing this blog. He tried twice to get us to comment on Wagner's sexuality but got no takers. Wagner's sexuality is of no interest to me. His culpability in this case is.

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  7. Really, who cares. Probably the same Wagner fan trying stir up trouble, dropping crumbs, hoping someone will join in.

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  8. Culpability? ROFL

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  9. Culpability - definition- deserving of blame or censure as being wrong, EVIL, improper or injurious.

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  10. It's also a legal term. It fits Wagner perfectly.
    It describes the degree of one's blameworthiness in the commission of a crime or offense. A person acts KNOWINGLY with respect to a material element of an offense. "If the element involves a result of HIS CONDUCT, he is AWARE that it is practically CERTAIN his conduct will cause such a result.

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  11. I guess this Wagner "fan" has no where else to go so it trolls Marti's blog.

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  12. Prove with hard "EVIDENCE" and beyond a reasonable doubt Wagners culpability. You can't and you and no one else ever will. This is all a house of cards, what will you then tell your readers when it all falls down...............

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  13. No one has to prove anything to you, because we could care less about engaging with you. Wrap yourself in the pages of Pieces of My Heart and send you and your bile to the hateful blogs that appreciate your cretinous, myopic point of view.

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  14. Anonymous 1:17. The "house of cards" you speak of is not what we've built. The reason everything took so long is because every single detail we've presented is substantiated, thus is formed with a foundation. We're still building, that's all. I've already told "my readers" exactly what happened the night Natalie died. Unfortunately, it's the law that wants more but make no mistake about it, we've got it to offer them. I wish they had been righteous enough to have listened BEFORE the book, but soon they will have no choice. Hope that's a clear enough indication of what "readers" will soon learn about. Also, we won't have to prove anything: Wagner will. If people think Dennis and I are responsible for delays (ever) please know that the time put into this was necessary so that the case being built is far more substantial than any house of cards.

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  15. No one has to tell us anything. We have minds of our own and many of us saw Wagner's culpability long before Marti and Dennis gave us the details of Wagner's behavior on that tragic night.
    For me, Wagner's lies are evidence enough. An innocent husband does not lie about the death of his wife, he does not make up stories to cover up his behavior. Unfortunately, the inept detectives in that case did not know that Wagner was lying or did not want to know.
    Wagner lied and is still lying. He has to lie to protect his reputation which was his main concern the night his wife died.
    Natalie may never get the justice that Marti is working to hard for her to attain but this will follow Wagner to his peaceful little grave in Aspen. He will always be "Natalie Wood's husband", his culpability in her death will always be questioned. Keep going, Marti! Don't ever give up and don't let these Wagner "fans" get to you. If your book was as insignificant as this person claims, this person would not have the compulsive NEED to say so. This person doth protest too much.

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  16. I'm disappointed that anyone felt they had to justify their position. The facts speak for themselves, no one on this blog needs to be convinced of anything. These posts don't deserve an answer since baiting us is their only agenda.

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  17. No one is justifying they position. We are simply stating the facts which this person cannot deal with. Not a big deal.

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  18. Ms. Rulli,

    In the words of President John F. Kennedy 11/12/62 "We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard".

    It appears in your efforts for justice for NW that you choose to take the easy road. You are depending on the media to pick up on this and do all the work for you. It didn't work the first time , what makes you think it will work this time.

    The hard road would be for Dennis, you, and your legal team to go to LA and present your case with evidence to the DA. This, would be the most immediate and effective road.

    Others have asked you this same question "why not go to LA and present the case", you either don't answer the question or you dance around it.

    So, I as a reader and owner of your book am asking you the question, why don't you?

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  19. Being a reader and owner of the book certainly doesn't make you a fan as your email attests. You have no idea what is going on behind the scenes and Marti doesn't owe you an answer. Am I the only one growing weary of all the Wagner fans and their pathological need to be on this blog?

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  20. Marti, deal with this imbecile. You don't have to answer to anyone. "Present your case" "Legal team"
    As a reader and owner of the book I commend you for doing more than anyone to achieve justice for Natalie. Keep up the good work.
    It's odd that this needs to be sharpened pencil point puts the responsibility for justice on you but expects nothing of Wagner. Could be this "reader and owner of your book" is a Wagner fan trying to discredit you?

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  21. My question is for Ms. Rulli to answer if she chooses, not some wannabe.

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  22. Also, your quote from President Kennedy is both pretentious and hilarious to me. I'm sure when he and his speechmakers came up with that quote, they had the defense of Robert Wagner in mind.

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  23. No, you are not the only one growing weary of it. Marti should delete these crap from Wagner fans. They need to get over it. I guess it's hard to know that when Wagner dies, this will follow him straight to......Aspen.

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  24. I won't delete these posts because I want to make clear that I do not "dance around" the issue and I'm sure I've, in fact, answered it before. I'm not going to display our strategy on a public blog, but make no mistake about it, a strategy exists. It's a damn good one, too...and far from depending upon the media to pick up where I NEVER left off to begin with. The media is always helpful, but even if the media chooses to ignore our moves, it will make no difference for it isn't the media that will define the truth about the night Natalie died. The truth speaks for itself. Anyone with half a brain would know that Natalie's death was anything but "accidental." I knew it from the moment I heard about her death. Yes, people die in boating accidents all the time, but if anyone couldn't see through the dreadful coverage and explanations for Natalie's death, then it's because they CHOSE to ignore the truth.

    Here's a quote to exit this message with: "Little by little, one travels far."
    ~J. R. R. Tolkien

    We have traveled far and we are still on our journey.

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  25. These Wagner fans that blindly worship Wagner and his image are beyond irritating. It is your legion and not Marti that are causing the roadblocks to this case. Here's a President Kennedy quote that DOES fit this case. "The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic".

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  26. Marti,

    Some people don't get it. They assume you want Wagner in a courtroom. They can't understand that it's the case you want reopened. They put you in a courtroom when you're looking for a cop. You want it known that this case deserves to be reopened. You've already done your job and you continue to work at it, such an admirable effort. Someone with your fortitude and effort will make a difference. You already have made a difference, and I have no doubt you will continue to get the job done. Some people are idiots. I love the way you bear with them.

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  27. Strategy???

    Ms. Rulli,

    If you have as you claim an open and shut case against Wagner why would you need a "strategy?, strategy means that you are planning to go to combat with Wagner, yet the wannabe person who posts here and speaks for you says you only want the case reopened, which is it? or is it both?

    "Anyone with half a brain would know that Natalies death was anything but "accidental". There must be alot of people out there (media, press, coroners, investigators, NWs family, and well educated people) who have half brains because in 28 years the only person who sees this "anything but accidental" is you, wannabees, and very few people who don't know any better and this is very obvious in the lack of media attention. Don't you think that when your book came out if the information was so overwealming like you say it is that this would all have evolved naturally leading to the case being reopened? maybe the half brains will see it different this time. I'm all for the case being reopened so this all can be put to rest once and for all. My main interest in the reopening is the real truth about NW and the circumstances of those 2 days. I already know what happened and Ms. Rulli I don't think you and your readers are going to like what will be revealed, be carefull what you wish for.

    I hope your "strategy" works. Remember when in combat the end result is a winner or loser, and don't forget with the initiation of combat comes retaliation.

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  28. "I already know what happened". - Daffy Duck

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  29. If retaliation is you constantly returning to this board, then yes, we've all suffered enough.

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  30. "I already know what happened" YAWN
    "combat with Wagner" I think we have a cashew in the crowd.

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  31. well educated? like you, "alot" "overwealming"

    How intimidating intellectuals such as yourself can be. I'm impressed.

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  32. "In the contract days, the big studios groomed us to play particular roles and we would STAY with the image they gave us and insisted on".-Robert Wagner.

    Even your hero knows he's a phony. "Be careful what you wish for". Right back at you.

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  33. Actually many of the people of that era stepped out of the what the studios wanted them to be. They wanted to be what they truly were rather than what the studio created. Wagner was one of those who stayed with what was created for him as he knew that he had no choice. Actors like Brando did as they pleased and sold tickets. Those who stepped out of the circle that the studio drew around them were able to make the transition that the 60s brought about, Wagner was not. Once again one can see his need to perpetuate the image that was created for him so many years ago. That was very much with him at all times and was there the night Natalie died. It's still there. He's a phony and a liar who is consumed with perpetuating the fake persona that was created for him many years ago.

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  34. Our "strategy" involves getting the case reopened. We have a "strategy" for maximum exposure. So Anonymous who is claiming to know what happened, well please stop posting at this blog. You know nothing about what happened the night Natalie died. Dennis was there. He experienced every moment of that night and knows more about Wagner's actions and demeanor than anyone else because, IN FACT, he is the ONLY witness to the circumstances surrounding Natalie's tragic NON-accidental death. He is the person who stayed by Wagner's side for a year after the tragedy. Dennis is the person who "knows" -- he's the ONLY person who knows what Wagner knows.

    I maintain that anyone with half a brain can see this case should be reopened, and I would say that face to face to ANYONE out there, in the media, in the law, ANYWHERE, because it's what's true. You have no clue what people in the media think. IN FACT, every single media personnel we dealt with believed Natalie's death involved foul play. Because the law did not do their jobs, a "strategy" is necessary to get the case reopened so then we CAN blast it to world. We're close, make no mistake about it.

    Now, please, stop polluting my blog with your fantasies, and I WILL be deleting your fluff.

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  35. Witness??? Ms. Rulli it's amazing how Dennis 28 years later remembers every detail of that weekend except one, how Natalie got into the water, how convenient as a matter of fact a little to convenient. Is it that he really does not know? or he does know but it's not benificial to either of you. Go ahead delete my posts it's what always happends when you are challenged, is this part of your "strategy" also? No FLUFF here just fact.

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  36. If I had witnessed such a traumatic event, I have no doubt I would remember it in blazing detail. Dennis remembered the same details under hypnosis. Marti has already told you she has the ONLY eyewitness to that night. What are your credentials for that night? You don't offer facts, just your warped opinion. How are Marti and Dennis supposed to "benefit" from this? They already wrote the book. All of this follow-up has been on their own dime. Marti doesn't delete people because they don't agree with her. She deletes things she knows are false. Don't present yourself as a caring, critical thinker here. You're a clueless Wagner devotee and that makes you a hypocrite for pretending to be anything else. Although I have enjoyed mocking you for two days, it's time for you to go. (Even though I know you'll be back in some other incarnation.)

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  37. Challenged? Don't flatter yourself.
    We are gathered here in support and admiration of Marti on her blog. This is a book blog. She is an author. Most authors would have kicked you ass off this blog at the first post as your posts always have the same fluffy, cocky tone to them along with insults. You obviously are running out of places to go, no one wants to have anything to do with you. Even Wagner fans who share some of your views, want nothing to do with you. They know what you are.

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  38. I forgot. I have one more parting gift for you. You told Marti if she had overwhelming evidence, this would have evolved naturally leading to the case being reopened. I'll let President Kennedy have the last word since you tried to hide behind one of his quotes. "Things do not happen. Things are MADE to happen". - John Kennedy

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  39. How can anyone take this mindless dribble seriously?

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  40. Well, I do not take this person grasping at false straws seriously, but I do respect that there are people who wish the truth was not exposed. I never believed that Dennis's mother had "half a brain" when she found it hard to believe that Wagner was capable of what really happened the night Natalie died. After 20 years, she finally realized she had idolized a false image. So, I apologize if I was short-tempered yesterday and used such an insulting tone, but to clarify what I mean, I'm not implying that the "half-brain" kind of thinking in this case means stupidity. It just means that some people choose to want to believe in a false image. It makes life more pleasant and easier for some I suppose.

    That's fine, but this blog is not for them. Here I intend to dissect every aspect of Natalie's case. I know the truth about what happened to her because the ONLY witness willing to come forward is my partner, and I've always believed him and so did a polygraph machine believe him.

    I continue to almost lol at the kind of senseless comments such as: after 30 years Dennis remembers every detail? Dennis told me 90% of GNGS within 24 months after Natalie died. Yes, at that time he remembered conversations, he remembered details, and I picked his brain THEN because I do know that people can forget things years later. It's 28 years after Natalie's death that GNGS got published, not when it was WRITTEN.

    Dennis will never forget what he heard and saw the night Natalie died. He KNEW from the morning Natalie was found until now that her death was anything but accidental.

    So, sorry if you think I run when challenged. That's not it. Here's what it is: I don't have time for people choosing to use only half their thinking power in this particular case-- people who choose to ignore facts. So, I think you would be happier finding people like yourself, and you all can continue half-thinking things wherever you gather to admire a false image.

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  41. Marti, you are too nice.

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  43. Retaliation, oh really?
    And just what do you mean by that Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs/It I'm-To-Scared-Of-The-Truth-To-Use-My-Name-To-Make-A-Threat?????
    Marti must have even more incredible information to bring forth or else that creep would not have made the mistake of threatening her ON THE WEB for pete's sake. That just shows us all how crazed they are to try and force Marti to back down.

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  44. "Ms. Rulli eludes", don't you mean alleges or alludes? I'll bet you had to look up incarnation. I'm not going to rebutt anything with you. You remain here only to annoy. You have been POMPOUS, PRETENTIOUS, INTRACTABLE in your beliefs and sad in your attempts to appear more ESOTERIC than you actually are. I put the words in big letters so they would be easier to look up. The dictionary is the one without pictures.

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  45. LOL, must be the same educated person. The word is allude, not elude, in the way you are using it. Marti did not say that Wagner put Natalie's lifeless body the water. That's you in your drama queen mode.
    The word decipherment is a noun. You are using it incorrectly. It would be decipherable discussions.
    The biggest wanna be seems to be you. LOL

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  46. "The dictionary is the one without the pictures." LOL

    It says a lot about the person we are dealing with, that he has to look up big words make himself appear "educated".

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  47. "Now for your rebuttals please before we continue..." Are you completely delusional? You're not part of this blog and we're not sitting around waiting to join in a friendly, vigorous debate with you. Your beliefs are counter to everything that we believe to be true. There are no converts to be won here. The mocking is rising to a new level and still you persist. For truth, justice and the American way? I don't think so. Check your motives before you hit the keyboard. I don't think you're going to like what you see.

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  48. Marti we all know who this fool is, please delete his comments as they are ignorant and worthless, and illustrative of a serious social and/or emotional disorder.

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  49. Yes, I don't mind razzing someone when it is a fair fight, but I, too, have come to believe that it is anything but. Something isn't right here.

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  50. P.S. You can also delete my snarky dictionary comment. It now feels like intellectual bullying given this person's state of mind.

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  51. Obviously, the person "eluding" that I don't have my facts in order has NOT learned the facts before asking such ill-informed questions here. Obviously, this person hasn't even read GNGS. If so, this person would find all the answers to what he is "eluding" to in the book.

    It's mindboggling that it's always Dennis who is isolated. For example, it is not only Dennis who told me the water was calm that night. No one ever said the water was choppy that night except for sloppy Rasure who didn't do HIS job. Dr. Lyndon Taylor says the ocean was smooth as glass. Dennis says the water was very calm. Everyone knows the water was calm at the time Natalie "left" the Splendour -- everyone except Rasure who thought it convenient to THINK the water broke the wine bottle. That made his job easier, afer all, remember, he was shorthanded that morning. RASURE didn't check the condition of water. I did. It was calm.

    As for all the other questions asked by this blog instigator, all I can suggest is that he read GNGS. Directly, I'm not going to waste anymore time with you. I've asked you nicely to leave my blog as I don't care to have to monitor it for your insults to all the intelligent people here. You can find other people who want to waste time with you. We don't.

    Your questions are fiction-filled. No, it WASN'T "convenient" that Dennis wasn't looking when Natalie went into the water. If Dennis had witnessed that moment, all this would be a lot easier because Dennis would have no problem telling what he would've seen. With all of the FACTS surrounding Natalie's death, and all that he personally experienced, it isn't difficult for Dennis to comprehend exactly what happened to Natalie.

    We're not going to claim he saw something he didn't see, and we're not going to twist any facts to make anything more "convenient." We're not the ones afraid of the truth, and we're telling everything we know in a truthful manner.

    Natalie cried for help after she was in the water. I would guess, as it's all I CAN do about why she didn't cry out for help on the boat, that even she didn't think she'd end up in the ocean. She probably wanted to fight her own battle, and in her own anger did not realize the severity or capabilities of her husband's drunken state of mind...until it was too late.

    As to why Dennis turned up the music... it's been explained over and again. His considerate gesture clearly was a terrible mistake in hindsight and no one regrets it more than Dennis, but it was a good-faith action at the time and nothing more. Dennis also never imagined the capabilities of his boss...until it was too late. You see, most people, no matter how infuriated they become, never consider hurting or allowing physical harm to come to someone they love, or even someone they don't love for that matter. No one that night (except for one) comprehended the TRUE situation -- until it was too late. Now, not only do we comprehend it, we are hoping to right a terrible wrong.

    Now, I will delete your comment and I will delete all future comments from you. Stop wasting my time.

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  52. Calm waters have strong currents. Natalie's jacket made her so buoyant that she was unable to direct the path I'm sure she wanted to take (to the beach or back to the boat). But, if she had reached the boat, what might have happened there? After all, it wasn't Natalie's choice to be in the ocean to begin with.

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  53. Like Dennis knew that Natalie was going to die when he turned up the music. I'm sure it never entered his mind not did that fact that Wagner was being violent. I'm sure that never occurred to him.
    This troll is consumed with Wagner's innocence which does not exist. To Wagner supporters, Dennis is a huge threat. A days end, Dennis is the man who is responsible for the public knowing just how unlike Jonathan Hart Wagner really is. This troll does not give a damn how Natalie died as most Wagner fans do not.

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  55. I suggest you look up the meaning of hearsay. Hearsay is quoting something that someone said. If someone saw something or heard something, that's not hearsay. That person would be considered a witness, either eye or ear.
    What Dennis is saying is not hearsay. If Marti went to the police and said "Dennis told me that RJ told him such and such", that would be hearsay. Dennis telling the police what he saw and heard is not hearsay.
    "Absolutely no one has a bad word to say about Wagner." You've lived a sheltered life if you honestly believe that. LOL You see what you want to see.
    By the way, if you think only one person is posting on this blog in response to you, you are in worse shape that another poster stated that you were.
    "is why the troll supports the reopening of the case." Talk is cheap.

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  56. Marti, how much more of this will we have to endure? Delete this joker, will you.

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  57. I deleted the ignorant comment. My actions and silence do speak volumes. Wait until that poster sees how much. To all who believe GNGS is "done" let me reiterate that the lull has only been because of business problems. Our orignal publisher closing had nothing to do with us. We were told that GNGS was their best selling book of the past few seasons! Sadly, their president passed away and the owners were not up to keeping a publishing company afloat in such troubled economic times. All of this happened on the brink of CNN's involvement in this case. The interest is still there with many important people waiting in the wings. No move we've made has been in vain. Every part of this effort matters. Every voice matters to bring Natalie true justice. And to my great relief, we're all about to hear so much more about the Natalie case.

    I have been receiving so many comments via email and social networking from readers who've just finished GNGS. The latest review on Amazon is so agressive, I'm surprised the reader was posted, but the review is so articulate and valid.

    No one yet has seen how strong we can come on but everyone is about to. Yet, we will continue to take the high road with nothing but truth about Natalie's tragedy and how it really came about. Sadly, the truth is chilling.

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  58. "Absolutely no one has a bad word to say about Wagner". I was watching a rerun of Seinfeld on Thursday and was startled to see Wagner and St. John. It was the Yada Yada episode. Years later Seinfeld/Larry David are making innuendo about Natalie's death on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Maybe by then they had heard or read about GNGS. Mrs. Sheldon was very classy about it but she certainly wasn't a fan. Perhaps Warren Beatty would like to weigh in.

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  59. Even if no one else "weighs in," the Almighty will "weigh in" with Wagner when his time comes.

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  60. Speaking of the Almighty, I think you'll enjoy this quote. "I've learned one important thing about God's gifts - what we do with them is our gift to him". - Robert Wagner. I'm pretty sure the Almighty marked that gift return to sender.

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  61. Another is Tony Curtis. A friend of his who was also a writer recalled having dinner at Spago with Tony and his wife Jill. He called that Wagner and St.John approached the table and made small talk. After the walked back to their table Tony turned to his friend and said "What a piece a shit".

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  62. Don't worry Ms. Rulli I won't bother you anymore, the validity of my posts "speaks volumes. Lest you ever forget there is a certian powerful group out here who has your "misleading" number. And when called upon will serve due diligence.

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  63. Thank you, you just validated my decision to pull back because you and I were not a fair fight. You're fricking nuts. Get help.

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  64. I agree with your diagnosis - this lurker is mentally ill and needs help very urgently.

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  65. I'd like to amend fricking nuts, to disturbingly unbalanced. It sounds kinder. I was just shocked by the comment and the clear (unhinged) threat to Marti. Again, please seek help.

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  66. I won't delete the threatening post because I want to leave it here for evidence. I have no doubt there is a sick force out there that I must beware of. I've always looked over my shoulder, and I have legal assistance (as does Dennis) providing anything suspicious should ever happen to us. We know what we have to deal with and we are careful, but we still believe in and try for justice for Natalie.

    To the threatening poster: you said in your comment that you will now leave me alone. You said it once before in another thread yet here you are, invading my blog time after time. Why don't you keep your word for once. And please know that nothing you say bothers me. You are like a gnat to me. It's a pain in the neck to try to keep swatting you away, but like most gnats, you are nothing more than a nuisance. There isn't one word you've said to me or at this blog that contains importance. Just go away. Leave me alone like you said you would.

    Everyone here knows who you are. If you troll me again, I will report you. I can be a nuisance, too, and a better one than you are.

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  67. If the pest is who I think it is, I know his real name. In case you ever need it for reporting or legal reasons. Hopefully, he will disappear as promised.

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  68. I have his real name, e-mail and IP address also, in case you need additional corroborating evidence of his pattern of stalking and threatening behavior.

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  69. Thank you. This fool thinks I have a handful of supporters. There are 50 followers here and many more who follow the blog unregistered (thank you so much!). I get hundreds of emails a month from readers who want the case reopened. I have over 7,000 Twitter followers (many are tweeters for their own social reasons, but most follow because they are interested in the case...which is proven in the thousands of direct messages I receive.) It's all a start, as this number would have grown had it not been for publisher problems. We'll be up and running soon.

    With no publicity, the petition has acquired over 500 signatures, and now it will be published in the new release of GNGS. There is so much work to be done, but we're prepared for it, and I will not tolerate the type of deranged comments this blog stalker has been posting here.

    These type of people are free to create their own blogs and groups. Why they are hellbent on bothering me (for example, all those extraordinary comments at many Amazon reviews) is mindboggling. It would be one thing if they showed up with facts but it's insane they way they manufacture their own created information and present it as "intelligence." They have no clue of the difference between sad and tragic, fact and fiction. They disgrace Natalie. They become doctor, lawyer, detective, and scientist and try to discredit the facts I've presented. They claim to know more about what happened than Dennis, the eyewitness. They claim to know exactly how a few drinks affected him. They claim they know about his life now, and they claim they know why I wrote this book. They DID NOT READ GNGS...they JUDGE it! They are the greatest kind of fools because they have no capcity to recognize how foolish they appear. They are the minority. They are a small group and they can't and won't even recognize that much. They claim and really believe that the world loves this culprit they circle. They are a small-numbered cult. The day they bring me facts and evidence, I will be happy to spend time with them in a civil manner.
    They NEVER answer a valid question directly, especially concerning the four hour wait to call for help for Natalie. Okay, they reduce it down to the lame two-hour call, not even seeing how negligent even TWO HOURS is when someone is dying in the ocean. How about a two-minute call, like Dennis begged to make? No, that isn't worthy of dicussion with them. Afer all, their idol is a celebrity...he couldn't afford to bring attention to a dying, desperate wife!

    To this day, I've seen nothing from this tiny cult out there but fear, erratic behavior, lame excuses, and invalid information. They skip over the fundamentals, just like the L.A. County Sheriff's Department did in this case.

    The media is waiting for one thing from us, and they are about to get it.

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  70. Marti, you've got their number, and we all have it too, and what's always been so great about this blog is that they weren't here. They really aren't worth our time. You're mission minded and they see it. They fear it and are jealous of all you've accomplished. I resent that they choose to believe we are idle followers, wishful thinkers, etc. as we are anything but all that. We all look forward to the day Natalie is the person taken into consideration in this travesty of justice.

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  71. Marti

    I have always suspected foulplay in Natalie's death, as any intelligent person could see something wasn't right. GNGS filled in the holes and I am grateful for learning the truth in my lifetime. Dennis covered the entire weekend, and it all makes perfect sense. I cannot thank you enough for having the courage to report all your findings. Dennis is human, and I totally relate to his dilemna, and I think he might not have come clean if not for you because it's such a fearful postition to be in. The two of you are brave and it is recognized and appreciated.

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  72. I have a perfect idea what the media is waiting for. YES! Give it to them!

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