Marty Jannetty became famous in the half of “The Rockers” with the baby-faced Shawn Michaels. On January 11, 1992, his petticoat partner threw him through the window and his career collapsed. In the square circle, the grabber has gradually become more or less obscure. In recent years, only one of his Very horny Facebook post Will go viral. Well, it’s that time again, but the post he shared on Wednesday was not only viral, it also reminded law enforcement.
Jannetty wrote in the now-deleted post that he was almost harassed by an old man who sold his weed when he was 13. He wrote: “That was the first time I let a man go missing.” “They never found him… they should look at Chattajoch [sic]. “(View screenshot of post End at TMZ)
Naturally, this causes those who read it to stop and ask themselves: “Could it be that… Did Marty Janetti just admit to murder?” TMZ reports that the law enforcement agencies in Jannetty’s hometown of Columbus, Georgia already knew about this. Situation and investigated. A spokesperson for the Homicide/Cold Division said: “The first step will be to determine if we have a case of missing persons or unidentified remains, consistent with the limited information on the job.”
Today, Janetti discussed this situation in a messy interview Boston Wrestling. “I said he was gone, not that I killed him. I said he was gone.
Later, he described the incident in detail and said that he blocked the attacker with bricks. “I can’t say he should die, but he should be defeated. When I hit him on the head with a brick, I just wanted to spank him, I didn’t want to kill him.”
If the purpose of the interview is to announce that he NoIn fact, killing this person is not like that. Jannetty once turned to drag the man into the river, although it is not clear whether he was describing what really happened or just assuming it. “Can you imagine dragging him into the river and throwing him at him?” he said. “Then find out the news of this person’s disappearance? And you know this guy. And you don’t just know.” Later, he provided some ominous words: “What I know, man, there are no other children who don’t need to worry about him.”
He said the person closest No Come again after death. “I’m not saying that he is dead now, but that a person doesn’t need to die because their heads are dead.”
He also admitted that he was under investigation for suspected crimes and said that his “sergeant friend” stated that he had been arrested to arrest him.
You can listen to the interview Here, But please note that it contains a lot of racist and gay remarks.