Skip to comments.Sister of Woman Found Hanged Says Investigators Rule Mansion Death a Suicide
Posted on 09/01/2011 8:24:37 PM PDT by ColdOne
The sister of a woman who was found dead with her ankles and wrists bound at a suburban San Diego mansion says investigators have ruled the death a suicide.
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Sometimes I wonder if the actors who play investigators on TV wouldn’t make better investigators than the people who do it for a living.
ping. I think you followed this story? You do So Cal Pings?
So, what did the deceased woman know that was inconvenient to the powers that be?
How? This doesn’t make sense.
Clinton style Arkancide.
Reminds me of the Mafia informant found who committed suicide by wading five miles out into a lake with his hands and feet bound and attached to cement blocks.
So what connection does this woman have to the Obama administration?
Now that’s “pull” ..
We had a penitentiary death ruled a suicide once where a caucasion inmate cut his own throat right when the cellhouse run doors opened for breakfast.
I could see it with an asian, perhaps...
Found out who did it, couldn’t prove it. He cut another guy’s throat 12 or so years later (survived). On the street now.
I can see how it would be physically possible to set up a suicide like this, but fail to see why anybody would go to all the trouble to do so.
The ultimate revenge is to kill yourself, and arrange the evidence to implicate all of your enemies since the time that kid threw sand in your face when you were five!
But that is so darned obvious. I mean....really? Hands and feet bound?
It’s what she did. She was the girlfriend of the guy who owned the mansion and I think a couple weeks prior had been baby-sitting the boyfriend’s kid, who I think was 6 or 3, pretty little. Anyway, the kid feel down a flight of stairs and was in the hospital and for some reason I’m thinking the child ended up dying of injuries after a few days in the hospital.
I believe there are also rumors the father is involved in organized crime.
So-called suicides like that one are happening all over the country and have been for decades. If you want less of that kind of activity, cut federal and other funding to local governments.
It’s happened before, at least once, with that census taker that hung himself in the graveyard trying to make it look like he was murdered by “anti-government” people. I believe he wanted it to look like a murder so his life insurance would still pay out.
Did they employ the same “investigators” the Clintons relied upon time after time.Maybe it was the same guys?
She knew that mansions are lovely places to visit.And the investigators knew that lots of people are found bound and hung who commit suicide by virtue of the fact that they ignore the principle money -in our American system can—and often does buy power—and protection from the law— why just look at the guy in the Oval Office and how often he has violated laws that would get other people locked up for a very long time?
What I think is pretty obvious here..is that this woman was with the son of the millionaire when he fell down a flight of stairs,,,,later dying from such. Now whether she hurt this child intentionally or not, we will never know, but what we can speculate about is that what you are left with in a tragedy such as this one is some pretty pissed off parents, no? That being said, my thought is that the possiblity arises that she was either the victim of revenge (guilty or not guilty of the boy’s death), or she felt so guilty herself OR scared, that she committed suicide..Possibly Assisted suicide. Someone as powerful as this guy...wouldn’t you be scared? I certainly would! It could really go either way here..but, from what I’m hearing, there were signs of a struggle on her arms, or burns, so to speak..suggestive of foul play. I would have to sway with the opinion that this girl was the victim of a homicide. Think about it. I have a nine year old son, and I cannot tell you (and Im not “powerful” in the least)that if I came home to my son “falling down the stairs, and fighting for his life in intensive care,” that I could say for certainty that I would not take out that person that was responsible....or I THOUGHT was responsible. There’s a fine line between sanity and insanity ya’ll, and all it takes is a millisecond to get there. Just sayin. However, only the evidence will tell the tale in this case, and unfortunately, it may be lacking either way. Of course, this is ALL just an opinion of a mother who can relate.
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