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by Irvin Muchnick

 

In his quick deadline hit on the unraveling of the Jimmy Snuka case in the June 6 issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer writes: “People that I know, who had lengthy conversations with Snuka as late as early 2015, stated strongly that they were able to converse with him just fine and were extremely skeptical of the claim [that he was not competent to stand trial for Nancy Argentino’s death].”

In an email to me, Meltzer expounded: “I felt REALLY bad for [Nancy’s] sisters. Denied justice for 30 years by a corrupt local government and then this. From start to finish, all the way across, from the cover up, to it becoming a story, to the gag order making it go away. I think the inevitable was he’d never serve a day and may not even have been convicted because they stopped investigating when they could have gotten the evidence and it was long gone now.“

Meltzer made similar comments on his Wednesday night podcast. Both the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and radio shows are premium content at http://www.f4wonline.com/.

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