Saturday, October 15, 2016

When divorce-rape isn't enough

Even getting the kids, the house, and half the money isn't enough for some women:
We have been following the investigation of the murder of Florida State Professor Dan Markel – a case that has cast suspicions on the family of his ex-wife and fellow professor Wendi Adelson. Much of this suspicion has been drawn to Adelson’s brother, Charlie Adelson. Charlie Adelson was reportedly romantically involved with Katherine Magbanua, who just happened to be the mother of two children with Sigfredo Garcia, one of the two accused hit men (with Luis Rivera). Magbanua was arrested recently and then Rivera has cut a deal to cooperate in a guilty plea. Now Rivera has reportedly given evidence that further implicates the Adelson family. Rivera pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and told police that the motive for the murder for hire was because “the lady wants her kids back.” In a truly chilling added element, Rivera said that he saw Wendi Adelson before killing her husband and that she stared directly at him and Garcia.
All I can say is that if you're going to have a hit man kill your ex-husband, you should probably consider taking some acting lessons first and find a professional to write your lines for you. And just to avoid insulting everyone's intelligence, don't replay the scene from the last crime drama you watched.

 Listen to the policeman's voice as he's interviewing her. He knows perfectly well that the woman was involved, and her weird statements intended to draw the investigation's attention away from her family only tended to reinforce his suspicions. Every policeman has seen a thousand women fake-cry to get out of a ticket.

She says that she is “scared someone maybe did this – not because they hate Danny but because they thought this was good somehow.”

As a general rule, if a woman is talking about how she is scared, she's either lying or trying to justify an action she knows was wrong.


Gilbert Ratchet said...

When I click the link this comes up:

"Your current account ( does not have access to view this page.
Click here to logout and change accounts."

Could you reprint the post somewhere, perhaps?

Sentient Spud said...

Same access problem here here.

dc.sunsets said...

I guess it really is just like TV's endless, bland, dull-witted procedural "crime" dramas, the criminals can't help talking their way into prison.

Lesson One will always be, no woman is hot enough to compensate for bat-guano crazy, especially when fathering children with the lunatic.

Lesson Two: crazy is heritable and if she's a lunatic, so are most of the rest of her family.

Lesson Three: people spend their lives getting better at being who they really are. Crazy isn't curable, it gets more pure with age.

Aeoli Pera said...

ace said...

It doesn't sound like she's trying to draw attention away from her family in that video. She's just trying to pin the whole thing on her brother. Perhaps she knew scrutiny would land on her sooner rather than later, and figured it would be good to start framing her defense ("I dindu nuffin.") early. Sociopaths gonna path.

kh123 said...

When she mentions her older brother, you almost catch a glimpse of maybe a pang of actual emotion for the guy... right before she deflects suspicion in his direction. In her mind she probably thinks she's not directly point at him, but rather at the repairman (who presumably had nothing to do with anything) who overheard the hiring-hitman joke. So no problem, involve an innocent bystander in a murder investigation and only loosely implicate (but not really!) your kin while talking your way out of it.

Anonymous said...

the police interview

Matamoros said...

Works for me. Make sure you use this:

I'm using the Epic browser

SciVo said...

Completely OT:

How to model a Supreme Dark Lord of an Evil Legion of Evil, with hundreds of Vile Faceless Minions, who claims to be sigma.

Well, it's true that he's hands-off and the Ilk do as we will. But we are responsive to his signals, even at the same time as we think for ourselves in response to his refusal to lead.

So I think that sigma "leadership" has been exhibited as approval-based, and requires independent actors who don't need anything more than that. But when that perfect storm comes together, then amazing things can happen, and a metaperson can self-construct.

Just philosophizing over here, don't mind me.

Laguna Beach Fogey said...

Danny should have learned Game.

Jew613 said...

I would guess that Wendi Adelson was used to her theatrics successfully manipulating those around her. Watching the video she's testing the waters with her statements to see the detective's response to see which emotional tactics will work on him. But like many women Adelson's not nearly as smart as she thinks.

Anonymous said...

Laguna Beach Fogey said...
Danny should have learned Game.

Game isn't much use against Crazy Psycho.

the only thing Game would have gotten Danny is maybe the realization that he could do better.

note also, though, Dan was Jewish as well. i'm thinking finding a non-crazy woman is likely harder for a Jew than it is for a White Man.

Unknown said...

When I won my kids in court, I made sure I had weapons everywhere. She was crazy and had Russian mob connections.

I still keep a gun in my briefcase.

Da bitches are crazy.

Unknown said...

When I won my kids in court, I made sure I had weapons everywhere. She was crazy and had Russian mob connections.

I still keep a gun in my briefcase.

Da bitches are crazy.

Atavist said...

"Outside the Law School Scam" reviewed a (terrible) semi-autobiographical book the lady in question wrote shortly before the murder of her ex husband.

The article kindly summarizes all the reasons why Dan, er Josh, was such a terrible terrible husband who she had to get away from at all costs:

"The Lily chapters are notable for the character’s increasing contempt for her husband. Lily criticizes Josh for his short stature (“He is my same height, which is something I had never considered pre-Joshua, because I had already determined that my dating window extended only from 6 foot two to 6 foot 4”), his pouting, his habit of calling her “Lilybillygoat” under the misimpression that it is endearing, his insincerity in asking what she wants him to make for dinner when he had already begun preparing spaghetti and pasta sauce (“I think dinner’s going to be really good, sweetie. . . Josh looked really proud of himself, like he just climbed an icy mountain in winter time instead of preparing a simple meal like I do for him every single night”), and his stupid career advice, often delivered in the infuriatingly triumphant tone of someone who “had just invented a solution to global warming.” But Lily especially resents her husband’s constant pressure for children, which Lily herself finds perplexing in that she wants children too."

I think this speaks for itself.

Jed Mask said...

"As a general rule, if a woman is talking about how she is scared, she's either lying or trying to justify an action she knows was wrong."

Smh. Yep, yep. Amen.

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