EXCLUSIVE! NATALIE WOOD SISTER DESPERATE PLEA TO D.A.: “YOU HAVE SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE…”

EXCLUSIVE! NATALIE WOOD SISTER DESPERATE PLEA TO D.A.: “YOU HAVE SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE…” thumbnail

 Stunning accusations in heart-wrenching letter by LANA WOOD to Los Angeles District Attorney for “the truth to come out!”

The wounds left by the loss of Natalie Wood still bleed for her long-suffering sister.

But with the official investigation into her mysterious drowning nearing a spectacular climax, Lana Wood is now begging Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey to arrest Robert Wagner in the death of his late wife!

In a bombshell open letter to Lacey, obtained exclusively by The National ENQUIRER, Lana penned: “I am writing to plead with you to consider pressing charges against Robert Wagner.

“It has recently come to my attention that (detectives) feel very strongly they have sufficient evidence implicating Wagner in her death, but, that your office feels it is only circumstantial and therefore will not move forward.”

Lana continued: “Is there something I do not understand? Why, year after year is this man … continually allowed to refuse to meet and speak with the detectives?”

In November 2011, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced it was reopening the investigation into Natalie’s 1981 drowning.

At the time, police said Wagner was not a suspect, and Lana told then-CNN host Piers Morgan: “I can’t imagine that he (Wagner) purposely would have done anything to hurt Natalie. However, I know things happen when there is too much drinking and fighting.”

Since then, Lana – who played Plenty O’Toole in the 1971 James Bond film “Diamonds Are Forever” – has told The ENQUIRER she firmly believes Wagner is involved in Natalie’s death!

She cited new information gathered by detectives, and the fact that the Coroner’s Office officially changed the cause of Natalie’s death from “accidental drowning” to “drowning and other undetermined factors.”

She revealed that police recently flew to Colorado to interview her former brother-in-law at his home there, but Wagner again refused to cooperate.

At the end of her letter, Lana pled: “I am nearly 70 years old, and would hope and pray for the truth before my life has ended as well. I’m begging you to reconsider facts.”

 

 

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