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December 7, 2012


Gary Ashwill

In fact, I'd actually say that Joe Wagner is the most likely suspect, in the absence of any other information.

Scott Simkus

Joe Wagner was a prominent middle infielder in the New York semipro baseball scene. I would certainly add him to the list of suspects.

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