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Old January 19th, 2006, 11:59 AM
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Somebody gets drunk, falls overboard and then want to blame the cruiseline? They are responsible for their own actions. Believe it or not, I have been drunk before and it was all my fault. I just did not fall overboard though.

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I agree, it is strange that her in-laws are now separated from her. Maybe they figured if they weren't so DRUNK this wouldn't have happened! 'course their son was drunk too, but guess they dont' want to blame him since he's dead!

Also, I work for the police dept...when there is a crime scene discovered, they usually have it blocked off for at least 10-12 hours, but then they stated they didn't think it was a crime scene, just an accident, but who knows for sure??

A lesson for all of us, if you are going to drink yourself into a stupour, at least stay with your drunken spouse!!!
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The drunken slut of a bride probably was in another cabin with some other guy while it happened, then couldn;t find her own cabin and passed out in the hall way.
Dave, tell us how you really feel...

I have to agree, strange that she 'remembers nothing' and doesn't really seem too upset by that fact, or really by any of this, at least from what Ive seen. Even on the Oprah program, she didn't really seem too distraught, the 'other couple' they met in the casino seemed more upset than the ...(ahem) 'bride'.
AND, if it was a 'couples appointment' at the spa, didn't she think it strange when he never showed up...RCI said they had to get her out of the treatment to talk to her...
To me: 2+2 does not = 4 in this case.
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When does the movie come out? We will see this one on Miami CSI next season for sure.[/quote]

Would you watch it? Low budget and cheesy or informative?

I think she was tooling the Russians, and he got jealous. The next day she was tooling someone else while husband confronted Russians, and he lost.

Did it happened in Turkish Waters or International waters? I think FBI could get involved if it was international waters. They can't do much now if the crimes scene has been cleaned up. Nothing will ever happen, another murder unsolved. Just like Natalie Halloway (The Aruba girl, think that's her name).
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I think they were docked in Turkey when it was 'discovered' that he was missing...so I think that's why it fell to the Turkish goverment.
I was wondering why she (the bride) is trying to discount the FBI agent that was onboard..( he was on vacation and I guess helped in someway with te investigation) ...If your at an event (in any given city) and an off-duty police officer is in attendance, and helps out (with a crime)..it would not be discounted... [right?]
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I think the wife has already received a BIG settlement from the cruiseline. Otherwise they never would have met on the show together and gone public. The room number she mentioned was 9068.
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He was drunk and upset that he could not find his new wife. I would be pissed too if she was flirting with other guys and then couldn't find her at 4 AM. He either jumped or was sitting on the rail and fell. She didn't seem to care about anything except getting her spa treatment and in the same clothes she was wearing the night before. What a tramp! From the pictures, though she looks pretty hot.

Venice, I laready talked to Britney and we have a screen writer working on it. We also have been in contact with RCI and will be able to use the Sovereign as the ship since it is here and comes back to port every 3-4 days. I am going to play George of course and have no probelm acting drunk and obnoxious. Britney does the drunken slut pretty well too. Should be a hit at the box office!
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The couple that were on the ship at the same time, claimed that the honeymoon couple did not seem to be intoxicated aproximately 2:30 AM. Now if I were drinking up a storm on a cruise ship, and I had to use my SeaPass in order to order drinks............ I would think that RCL would have records as to how many alcoholic drinks were purchased on their SeaPass cards on the night in question and at what time. I am sure that the cards are time stamped for time of day/night for each purchase. That fact was never brought up. Is RCL being told to be quiet about that by the FBI, while the investigation is still going on? Just some Food for thought.
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Good point about the "sea" pass, that can tell a lot, as to where and when and how much, etc...
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it's amazing how much we are posting on this topic..like watching a car wreck from the other lane

Dave..the title for Brittany and your HBO Movie of the Week should be

" Speedo Wearing Groom + Sleazy Bride = Honeymoom on the High Seas Murder Mystery"
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The couple that were on the ship at the same time, claimed that the honeymoon couple did not seem to be intoxicated aproximately 2:30 AM. Now if I were drinking up a storm on a cruise ship, and I had to use my SeaPass in order to order drinks............ I would think that RCL would have records as to how many alcoholic drinks were purchased on their SeaPass cards on the night in question and at what time. I am sure that the cards are time stamped for time of day/night for each purchase. That fact was never brought up. Is RCL being told to be quiet about that by the FBI, while the investigation is still going on? Just some Food for thought.
In some early reports...(last year) it was said the 'other passanges' (either) had liquor, or we're buying shots with(or for) them...(?)
Good point tho, seapass would tell what they bought.(hum) And, just to make a point...you can still get pretty drunk in a few hours(between 2:30& 4am)...could explain the 'laps in memory'...the other coulpe said they "didnt know exactly what time it was...didnt look at a clock..just that they knew it was late...probably round2:30"
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I too watched her on Oprah and while too, she woke up and he wasn't there, she then went to her scheduled spa appointment and thats where they first contacted her with the fact, that her newlywed husband is missing. That just also seemed strange to me, I would of thought you'd try to locate him before going off to an appointment?? Is it just me?
She actually showed up for the appointment 90 minutes early. It was scheduled for 10 am & she shows up at 8:30. What's up with that?
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I don't believe in the "Swingers" theory. I do believe someone was fooling around and somewhere she shouldn't have been. They had reportedly had a fight in the casino earlier. I don't think they were openly swingers, just a matter of alcohol and infidelity on one or both parties. She was mad at him still from the night before and didn't care where he was and went to the spa. She probably didn't push him overboard, the Russian guys did and ransacked or robbed his cabin. She was with someone else, somewhere else in the ship. Some reports had her hanging all over someother guy in the casino or the disco. Maybe even a staff member.

When does the movie come out? We will see this one on Miami CSI next season for sure.

Nobody said anything about any Russian guys, not her, not the President of the line.
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She actually showed up for the appointment 90 minutes early. It was scheduled for 10 am & she shows up at 8:30. What's up with that?
Ahh, BEERBUCKETDAVE...
I missed this little tidbit. Hummmm, an early bird when 4 hours earlier she was incoherent??? Wow, now that is a trick....
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I too watched her on Oprah and while too, she woke up and he wasn't there, she then went to her scheduled spa appointment and thats where they first contacted her with the fact, that her newlywed husband is missing. That just also seemed strange to me, I would of thought you'd try to locate him before going off to an appointment?? Is it just me?
She actually showed up for the appointment 90 minutes early. It was scheduled for 10 am & she shows up at 8:30. What's up with that?

Almost sounds like someone was in need of an alibi.
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Does anybody have the video of the Oprah show and willing to watch the last 10 minutes to hear what cabin the Smith's occupied?

It was the 9th floor. Something like 9068 ??????????????
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watched the show too - something just was not right with her - who goes and works out the morning after you pass out from drinking to much the night before and you don't look for your new husband either before heading to the gym.
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She kept complaining about having to pay her room bill.She and george ran that bill up.Also i wish we all could recieve uor bill later in the mail,rather then having to settle up on the last day.
She also complained about Rci not picking up the tab for her flight home. Someone else mentioned in a previous message that the bride would have said "RCI paid for the flight ,see they are admitting fault & trying to shut me up by buying me a plane ticket" couldn't agree more. She wasn't sure how many drinks she had or if she was passed out from booze, the bill she was griping about would show how many she threw down on the night in question?
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It was the 9th floor. Something like 9068 ??????????????
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I believe 9062 was the cabin number. Not positive.
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It was the 9th floor. Something like 9068 ??????????????
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the room was 9062
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Did anyone see nancy grace last night? I believe the smith family said they have an eyewitness who saw rci people cleaning blood off the canopy before rci stated they did.
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Does anybody have the video of the Oprah show and willing to watch the last 10 minutes to hear what cabin the Smith's occupied?

It was the 9th floor. Something like 9068 ??????????????
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I believe 9062 was the cabin number. Not positive.
Cabin number is 9062. Thanks TiVo! Also, JHS stated she "just went" early to the spa to see if they could fit her in alone for her "paid for" couples massage. Didn't change clothes, didn't "fix herself" at all. What? No breakfast either? Who misses breakfast on a cruise. Even people who never eat breakfast at home, go eat breakfast on a cruise....
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