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To: smoothsailing
In that video, Wheeler looks to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Of course, there are medical conditions that can cause the same behavior. The medical examiner has ruled it a homicide although he did not give a cause of death, but there must be something about the condition of Wheeler's body that indicates homicide to a trained, experienced ME. There simply hasn't been enough information released publicly for us to make sense of this case yet.

As for the shoe, given his obvious somewhat diminished capacity, at some point prior to when he was caught in that video, he could easily have tripped, had the shoe come off, then just picked it up and started carrying it rather than putting it back on.

If these news reports are accurate, the police say Wheeler appears to have changed at least some of his clothing during his final days. This leads me to wonder if he perhaps did make it back to his car before continuing his wanderings. A confused, well-to-do guy wandering the streets would be an easy mark for someone intent on robbery.

27 posted on 01/06/2011 12:52:36 PM PST by Wolfstar ("If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his friend." Abraham Lincoln)
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To: Wolfstar
When I'm on a mission....trying to get something done, I'm very focused and look like I'm under the influence or drugged. This guy was on a mission....very focused...No one has said he was incoherent in any way...

If he was hurt, a simple double dose of muscle relaxers is enough to make you look "out of it"...

Where's his briefcase? Where's his cell phone? Where are his keys to the house, the car, to where he was staying??

I'm betting the guy took a bullet in the end...

I'm also inclined to think his wife put out a hit on him. She never reported him missing?? She didn't even try to call in 72 hours??

43 posted on 01/06/2011 1:17:26 PM PST by Sacajaweau
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