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Natalie Wood had bruises on her body

New details in the loss of life of Natalie Wood were launched today by the Los Angeles Coroner's Office that show the celebrity had contusions on her system that "appeared clean and could have happened before she joined the water" and perished three years ago.

With the new results, the coroners revised Wood's cause of loss of life to "drowning and other undetermined factors," with the way of loss of life being modified to "undetermined." The cause of loss of life had initially been listed as "accident."

The review specific the discoloration on Natalie Wood hands and feet and mentioned a four-inch bruise on her right hand, several small one-inch clean contusions on her remaining higher leg, as well as clean contusions and scrapes to the supports of her feet. Aside from the discoloration, Wooden also had trivial cuts on her remaining temple, remaining brow and the remaining higher face area.

"The location of the contusions, the multiplicity of the contusions, lack of head stress, or facial discoloration support discoloration having happened prior to access in the water," Primary Healthcare Examiner Dr. Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran had written in the July review. "Since there are un answered questions and restricted additional proof available for assessment, it is opined by this Healthcare Examiner that the way of loss of life should be remaining as undetermined."

Wood passed away on Nov. 29, 1981 following a party on a boat with her spouse acting professional John Wagner and "Brainstorm" co-star Captain christopher Walken. Her system was found sailing face down off the shore of California's Santa Catalina Isle. It's not clear how she joined the water.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reopened the investigation into Wood's death in fall 2011.

Authorities have said Wagner is not considered a suspect in the case.

Wood was nominated for three Academy Awards and was best known for her roles in "Miracle on 34th Street," "West Side Story," and "Rebel Without a Cause." She was 43 years old when she died.

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Robert Wagner Come Back To The Line

As you know, the L.A. County's sheriff's workplace is reopening the Natalie Wooden computer file -- which appears to be like a job for "Cold Case" or even "NCIS."

Honestly, neither, but what an unusual, unusual, kooky chance that Wagner's DiNozzo is caught on next Tuesday's display after a shape is discovered in a footwear of a car he was generating ... and he has no memory of how the firm got there. Not that this has any impact at all on a loss that transpired 30 in the past, but still type of unusual.

As "NCIS" lovers know, Wagner's DiNozzo come back to the line 2-3 several weeks ago; he's DiNozzo's -- Erina Weatherly -- dad. Thanks to my associate Bob Valenti for informing me about this promo.
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Sinking Passing Of Natalie Wood

Pleased Friday! Also in the present variation of The Broadsheet: Steven Soderbergh guides from U.N.C.L.E.… Angelina Jolie joined to the newest film Ridley Scott will never make… I, Frankenstein molds its major lady… The $775 thousand starting week… and more.

The Los Angeles Region Sheriff’s Department. declared Exclusive that it will reopen its research into the 1981 sinking passing of Natalie Wood. “Recently Sheriff’s hard researchers were called by individuals who reported they had details about the Natalie Wood Wagner sinking,” the workplace believed in a report. “Due to the details, Sheriff’s hard business has determined to take another look at the situation.” Wood’s man John Wagner, meanwhile, embraces another look but wants “that it comes from a legitimate supply or resources other than those merely trying to revenue from the 30-year wedding loved-one's birthday of her terrible passing.” Or the Fiftieth wedding loved-one's birthday of Western Area Tale.

All that speculative yakking and saber-rattling about Steven Soderbergh’s big-screen The Man From U.N.C.L.E. has yielded this typically rewarding Hollywood payoff: Soderbergh is off the project, reportedly unhappy with the mid-level budget proposed by Warner Bros.

Angelina Jolie is attached to play the title role in Gertrude Bell, a planned biopic about the Englishwoman who was instrumental in the reshaping of the Middle East in the early 20th century. Ridley Scott would produce and may direct.

Aussie writer/director Stuart Beattie has selected compatriot Yvonne Strahovski as the female lead in I, Frankenstein; she’ll star opposite Aaron Eckhart in the adaptation of Kevin Grevioux’s graphic novel.

Are you laying down? Because otherwise your jaw might fall right the hell off: “Activision’s latest Call of Duty title has shattered all previous entertainment records, grossing more than $775 million in its first five days of sales.”

What’s shakin’ in North Korea? Oh, not much, just getting closer to testing out its brand-new light water reactor, which will finally enable the nation to embark on its coveted uranium-enrichment efforts.
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