Natalie Wood's cause of death changed from 'Accident' to 'Undetermined,' on death certificate

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posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 11:27 AM
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This case has been closed and re-opened more than a sour jug of milk in a fridge.

But, why is ok for people to keep publicizing about this woman and her death for decades yet if people question Sandy Hook's legitimacy it is banned or considered to be in bad taste?

Aren't all newsprint (or electronic) published or recorded by the so-called 'legitimate' news agencies free-reign disectable? If not, then who has the freedom of speech, the press only and not the ones who read it who may critique it??

If people don't believe something on the news, do they not have the right to question it...even if they are wrong in their assumptions?




posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 12:45 PM
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For your knowledge every victim and their loved ones deserve closure and justice.



posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 05:18 PM
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Originally posted by dianashay
This case has been closed and re-opened more than a sour jug of milk in a fridge.

This case was closed in 1981 shortly after Ms. Wood's death with virtually no investigation. It was reopened for the first and only time in November 2011. It has remained reopen since November 2011, as part of this reopening, the LA County Coroner's has issued an updated report. This report certainly shows that reopening of the case is justified.

Everyone is entitled to justice, including celebrities.



posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 05:45 PM
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Originally posted by ShadeWolf
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Who cares? This is just more media fodder. A 30 year old case only generating interest because it involves celebrities.


Would you care if Natalie Woods was your daughter?

I would suspect that if the deceased was a member of your family, you would be singing a completely different tune.





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