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    Rebecca Nalepa - suicide or murder? #7

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    Reposted - previous thread closed:

    Oh look - here's an ABC "suicide" theory article posted late last evening:


    8/21 PD: 'Mansion mystery' in Coronado may have been suicide

    The bizarre death investigation at a Coronado, Calif. mansion may be getting a little clearer.

    A police detective says suicide is looking more likely ...

    ... guilt may have led her to do it.

    Police say it's unusual for a woman to commit suicide, especially nude and out in the open.

    But they say [RN] often slept nude and her feet were not tied. [Yep - that's exactly how it is written!]

    http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/nation...e-been-suicide

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    An original article for comparison. Detective is retired, the info that it is likely suicide is not coming from him, and he seems to question that it is suicide because her feet were bound. How all of this gets twisted into the article posted by Quester? The mind boggles.
    http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/loca...128124368.html
    Just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quester View Post
    Reposted - previous thread closed:

    Oh look - here's an ABC "suicide" theory article posted late last evening:


    8/21 PD: 'Mansion mystery' in Coronado may have been suicide

    The bizarre death investigation at a Coronado, Calif. mansion may be getting a little clearer.

    A police detective says suicide is looking more likely ...

    ... guilt may have led her to do it.

    Police say it's unusual for a woman to commit suicide, especially nude and out in the open.

    But they say [RN] often slept nude and her feet were not tied. [Yep - that's exactly how it is written!]

    http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/nation...e-been-suicide
    You are so good Quester, you must be psychic! Why am I not surprised though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by defense101 View Post
    You are so good Quester, you must be psychic! Why am I not surprised though?
    We've gone to the point where it is now claimed her feet were not bound. Clear cut suicide, don't you know?
    Just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjenny View Post
    We've gone to the point where it is now claimed her feet were not bound. Clear cut suicide, don't you know?
    How do they report that when the pictures show clearly they were bound and Captain Curran said that they were in the presser? This is major propaganda imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by defense101 View Post
    You are so good Quester, you must be psychic! Why am I not surprised though?
    I think that article did even better than Quester could ever hope for. I guess "sources with knowledge" of the investigation aren't good enough, the article seem to attribute the whole suicide theory to this retired police detective as if he was one leading the investigation. When in fact the retired police detective seem to be questioning the whole suicide theory because her feet were bound.
    Just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by defense101 View Post
    How do they report that when the pictures show clearly they were bound and Captain Curran said that they were in the presser? This is major propaganda imo
    The retired detective questioned as to why she would bind her feet. So how would one deal with it? Why indeed would she bind her feet? It doesn't make much sense. Let's just simply say here feet were not bound! There. Problem solved.
    Just my opinion

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    Post #633 where Time respond's to Quester's post

    Quote Originally Posted by Quester View Post
    Reposted - previous thread closed:

    Oh look - here's an ABC "suicide" theory article posted late last evening:


    8/21 PD: 'Mansion mystery' in Coronado may have been suicide

    The bizarre death investigation at a Coronado, Calif. mansion may be getting a little clearer.

    A police detective says suicide is looking more likely ...
    ... guilt may have led her to do it.
    Police say it's unusual for a woman to commit suicide, especially nude and out

    in the open.

    But they say [RN] often slept nude and her feet were not tied. [Yep - that's exactly how it is written!]

    http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/nation...e-
    been-suicide

    This is post # 633 thread #6. (Also,do not miss rereading Quester's post # 632)
    It is spot on. Time responding to Quester's post
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    Ok Quester I looked it up

    Quote:
    While it’s unusual for a woman to commit suicide while naked and out in the open, sources said Zahau slept in the nude.
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44214448...-san_diego_ca/

    Next thing maybe they will claim she slept naked out on the balcony.

    My rearrangements: "While it’s unusual for a woman to commit suicide out in the open, sources said Zahau slept in the nude." or "While it’s unusual for a woman to sleep naked, sources said Zahau additionally commited suicide while naked and out in the open."
    Last edited by MizStery; 08-22-2011 at 11:21 AM. Reason: Quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quester View Post
    Reposted - previous thread closed:

    Oh look - here's an ABC "suicide" theory article posted late last evening:


    8/21 PD: 'Mansion mystery' in Coronado may have been suicide

    The bizarre death investigation at a Coronado, Calif. mansion may be getting a little clearer.

    A police detective says suicide is looking more likely ...

    ... guilt may have led her to do it.

    Police say it's unusual for a woman to commit suicide, especially nude and out in the open.

    But they say [RN] often slept nude and her feet were not tied. [Yep - that's exactly how it is written!]

    http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/nation...e-been-suicide
    Quote Originally Posted by jjenny View Post
    An original article for comparison. Detective is retired, the info that it is likely suicide is not coming from him, and he seems to question that it is suicide because her feet were bound. How all of this gets twisted into the article posted by Quester? The mind boggles.
    http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/loca...128124368.html
    Here we go...........

    The ABC article is a 'rewrite' of the NBC article with possible misinformation (feet bound/not bound)

    This is really, really bad reporting.....not checking initial reports from LE

    This is leaning///////getting public prepared for suicide

    Did I miss something.....is one of the 'witnesses' in a mental health facility?
    "Something's not right with that girl" - Jose Baez during Opening Statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjenny View Post
    The retired detective questioned as to why she would bind her feet. So how would one deal with it? Why indeed would she bind her feet? It doesn't make much sense. Let's just simply say here feet were not bound! There. Problem solved.
    Funny on July 20th he didn't seem to have thought that it was suicide,
    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusive...w-rick-carlson

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorekeeper View Post
    Here we go...........

    The ABC article is a 'rewrite' of the NBC article with possible misinformation (feet bound/not bound)
    ...
    [/B]
    Yes, it is a re-write and the original article gets twisted to make it a clear cut suicide. And if I were that retired police detective I would really question as to why the article makes it appear as if he is the one involved in the investigation and seem to attribute the suicide theory to him.
    Just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by defense101 View Post
    Funny on July 20th he didn't seem to have thought that it was suicide,
    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusive...w-rick-carlson
    yes, but now......he is probably a "source" with inside information concerning the investigation.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by defense101 View Post
    Funny on July 20th he didn't seem to have thought that it was suicide,
    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusive...w-rick-carlson
    The abc15 article only used part of his quote. They cut out him questioning as to why would she bind her feet.
    Just my opinion

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    O/T

    I must say that last evening here at WS was a fascinating, spirited discussion and I want to thank all of you for your passionate posts!

    At times like last evening, WS feels like a large focus group that is being queried by a PR Firm to test out their strategies. [However, don’t expect a check in the mail!]

    Can’t wait to see what the next move is and how these cases unfold – and, hopefully it will be in the direction of truth and justice!

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