- Dec 21, 2018
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We can never know what would have happened if one or more of the Wagner 4 had refused to participate in mass murder. But where there are 4 conspirators, there are 4 different reasons for going along with the murder plan. It's hard to know who exactly was the driver--Jake suggested it was his dad's plan but the person seemingly driving most of the dysfunction around the sons, their wives/GFs and the grandchildren was Angela. But that's not to say that Jake or George disagreed with the family delusions about keeping the kids "safe." Both Jake and George gave testimony that made it clear they shared their mother's beliefs, attitudes and actions.
George was sipping Angie's kool aid daily. He bought into her poison against Jake's wife not to be trusted around the children including HIS son. He wanted to get rid of her and basically hated her calling her derogatory names. He was the one who told Jake his infamous chilling quote: "The Family Has Spoken."
This quote was in reference to the family voting to get rid of Jake's wife. It sounds to me like it was Angela and George who wanted to get rid of her. I think Jake did stick up for her in a conversation with Angie but then for some reason he gave in. Or maybe eventually really just didn't want to be married to her anymore.
Seriously, if he wanted that marriage and a new baby with her he could have simply got his own place and told George and Angela that if they couldn't accept her then "don't come over to our home and she won't come to yours."
Jake doesn't know what love is. If he loved Beth he would have stuck by her, that is what newlyweds do. They were sopose to be in love newlyweds.