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From: John Junot
Time: 4:41:49 PM
The heading alone pretty well summarizes the purpose of this post.
I didn't get to hear the Bresnahan interview with whatzizname, but, judging by the summaries I've read, I didn't miss anything. The scenario outlined is just totally ridiculous. It couldn't have happened that way; the "Armenian mafia" scenario not only does not explain the evidence, the actual ividence belies it. For instance, how the hell could four adults have a tfe-or-death struggle in an area about the size of three phone booths shoved together without leaving very obvious signs of all four of them?
But what immediately struck me was the rather uncanny similarities between the crime scenario given in this interview and Dick Wagner's scenario.
Then it occurred to me: maybe the resemblances aren't that "uncanny" after all. And these questions occurred to me:
Does/did Wasz have access to an Internet connection at the Calipatria State Prison?
When exactly did Dick first post a coherent version of his crime scenario?
Let me suggest a broad outline of another theory to account for Wasz's story and the evidence.
First, he steals Barbieri's car, meaning to sell it to a garden-variety fence. Then, for reasons known only to himself (this is only a "first draft" of a theory that may end up being abandoned), he follows and takes notes on Nicole, not even knowing who she is or her relationship to OJ. Finally, he gets arrested and the cops confiscate Barbieri's car and his notebook, and, given his record, he gets some serious time behind the car theft.
Then, the murders happen, and Wasz realizes he had been following the murder victim -- i.e., that he now has a connection to the most famous criminal case in American history -- and that there just might be some way he can capitalize on it, but he can't figure out how.
So he follows the case on the prison's internet connection and one day runs across wagnerandson.com, afojs, and related sites. Wagner's has the advantage of being the most detailed and elaborate (and exhibits the most hard evidence) and already has its own scenario written to fit the evidence. It's also a lot more "paranoid" than other sites.
So Wasz decides to adapt Wagner's theory into his own.
What do you guys think about that?