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Police to Quiz Josef Fritzl's Wife Again

Police to Quiz Josef Fritzl's Wife Again

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Police to Quiz Josef Fritzl's Wife Again The wife of Josef Fritzl, who imprisoned his daughter for 24 years beneath their house and had seven children with her, is to be questioned again by police to determine whether she knew about his secret life in the cellar. Detectives are to conduct a forensic search of the upper floors of the “house of horrors” where Fritzl, 73, lived with Rosemarie, his 68-year-old wife, while their daughter Elisabeth was locked in the basement. “We think Fritzl acted alone but cannot exclude the possibility that someone else was aware of what was going on downstairs,” said Frank Polzer, the chief investigator.

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Meike Meike 7 years
Yeah right, in 24 years, how does one not even know their own home inside and out? She knew.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 7 years
I agree stiletta. I mean just because she couldn't hear anything, intuition has got to come into play at some point. I mean seriously one would begin to ask questions at some point I would think.
stiletta stiletta 7 years
I'm sure he acted alone, but there's no way this woman didn't know what was going on in her basement.
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