02-05-2008, 01:37 AM #1Former Member
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FL - Gwendel Talijan Greenblatt, 35, West Palm Beach, 5 Feb 2003
Gwendel Greenblatt's death in Florida a mystery.
Tuesday, February 05, 2008 By BEVIN MILAVSKY
Today marks five years since Bethlehem native Gwendel Talijan Greenblatt was found murdered inside her West Palm Beach, Fla., apartment.
Relatives and police have suspected her husband, Matthew Greenblatt, from whom she was separated, was involved in the crime. But despite an intensive investigation and potentially incriminating evidence, there was never enough for police to charge him, according to authorities. (much more at link)
02-05-2008, 07:20 AM #2Registered User
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I really hate it when people get away with murder. If he isn't punished in this life then I know for sure he will be in the next....burn monster burn.
10-04-2015, 08:59 PM #3
From June 2015:
TNT's "Cold Justice" isn't like most true crime shows. The show stars a former prosecutor and a former crime-scene investigator and has resulted in 22 arrests in its 21 months on the air.
That's why the family of Bethlehem native Gwendel Talijan Greenblatt decided to participate in it. Greenblatt's 2003 murder in her apartment in West Palm Beach, Florida, remains unsolved 12 years later..
Talijan and Greenblatt's other brother, Chad Piotrowski, still suspect their former brother-in-law. "Cold Justice" reached out to Matthew Greenblatt as part of its investigation, Piotrowski said. "If nothing else, that rattled his cage a little bit," said Piotrowski, who works as a criminal defense attorney in Miami.
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