Author Topic: Wendy Ratte - August 18, 1997 - Age 44 - Missing - Prince George  (Read 23975 times)

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Re: Wendy Ratte - August 18, 1997 - Age 44 - Missing - Prince George
« Reply #15 on: June 14, 2013, 08:19:09 PM »
If someone can post the location where the body was dumped, I could take a cadaver dog for a search.

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Re: Wendy Ratte - August 18, 1997 - Age 44 - Missing - Prince George
« Reply #16 on: August 19, 2015, 07:15:13 AM »
Talk about reasonable doubt. Some supposed MR. BIG sting operation where some COP supposedly got a confession out of him. Ever think he was trawling for money opportunities and saw it in illegal organized crime? Ever think he was desperate and thought this was a way out, using his wife's disappearance as his ticket in by claiming involvement. And we are supposed to take the truth from some supposed undercover cop, and not the lie detector he passed (which are still fairly unrelyable.). And isn't it odd a body was never found, and he, in fear of having a harsher sentence, never revealed it's location? And the fact he's never confessed since. Wouldn't a guilty man facing life anyway, confess? I know, I know many will say we'll many people have denied responsibility even into their jailtime. Well many of those cases are also circumstantial and questionable and many have been vacated due to new DNA evidence (set free). I don't know I just fine some shady sting operation highly doubtful. And please if you don't believe me, just take a look at all the doctored, forced false confessions. How many mostly young, impressionable people have been sat in an interrogation room and fed specific, non public details about a crime and then told to just talk "hypothetically" and when they just say the wrong thing the detective goes, boom see you're guikty, here's your confession I myself wrote up all you need to do is sign it. Then they say well he knew things ONLY the killer would know, even though the interrogation tapes show they obviously didn't know and we're being fed the information and threatened and frightened and told, you can trust me we will help you prove you are innocent, if you'll just sign this. I'm sorry but there are so many cases like this that re doctored and peoplease are falsely accused with no physical evidence. I read about this case and it seems similar. And I don't like the fact that they think it is ALWAYS the spouse. For God's sake if my wife disappeared I could kiss my butt goodbye. I'm just trying to make people see it as I do, highly suspicious. Until there is concrete physical evidence and multiple witnesses, I refuse to believe this man is guilty. It seems in real crime cases it's guilty until proven innocent. Not to mention the only other corroborator is the daughter who says her father changed, turned to crime for money. OF COURSE, his life was blown apart, and all she says is oh well I think he was hiding something. Just because he was changed. If I lost a loved one, the police failed me and kept investigating me instead, and suffered financially, I'd be that way too. And the fact that they suddenly said oh his lie detector was suddenly "deceptive" (already suspicious wording in terms of the police), oh how convenient. they took him most vulnerable, most needing of money and promised him money, knowing that almost everyone knows come organizations only recruit people who have committed some sort of horrible crime, and took some man's convenient confession as fact. As I say police go for what is most convenient, not for what is most truthful or what has the most evidence. Just my opinion (I'm very wary of police) and I don't think they should confess with no physical evidence, and then call the convicted "psychopaths, killers, dangerous to society, or that they'll kill again.)

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Re: Wendy Ratte - August 18, 1997 - Age 44 - Missing - Prince George
« Reply #17 on: August 19, 2015, 07:34:47 AM »
Oh and by the way. If I ever did anything that wrong, even some crime boss asking multiple times, oh tell me the truth, what happened to your wife?? Would strike me as severely suspicious. And I would never waver in my original story. That's a stupid thing to do. Luckily for me I am a terrific liar and can convince anyone of anything which stems from a severe mental illness I will not divulge here, since people will get the wrong impression and tend to freak out when they even so much as hear the word. Just look up "mental illness lack of empathy compulsive liAR manipulative". You'll find it. But I have to warn you it's not just one tier. Meaning not all of us are the same. There are different severities of it like there are of most illnesses. There are the ones that really do bad things and the ones that are more passive and more of victims of the horrible illness then perpetrators. I have the passive one, just a lack of friendships, relationships, trust and very much a recluse. Anyway, saw the confession video and this guy is an idiot. That mr. Big is so obviously an undercover cop. Why would a crime boss be so interested in his wife? It's laughable. Also, remember, even if the person did murder someone, there are always two victims, the one who got killed and the killer, and I say this because most supposed "murderers" who've only done it once with motive are generally not sociopaths as they're labeled. They usually are just desperate and see no other way out, impressionable, or have one psychotic break. They do not fit the description of a sociopath no matter what the police, courts and supposed prosecutor hired specialists say. Just because you kill someone doesn't always immediately make you a sociopath. Sociopaths are usually very intelligent, hard to track down or pin with a crime, usually do it more then once and are usually unbreakable (meaning they never truly confess to their crime stemming from their manipulative personality and easy ability to lie and string false stories and stick with them. They are also often very meticulous.) And I mean the more aggressive type of this illness (those who often are the ones to commit these crimes).

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Re: Wendy Ratte - August 18, 1997 - Age 44 - Missing - Prince George
« Reply #18 on: August 19, 2015, 08:51:08 AM »
Acam1487: Thank you for your post, and welcome to Unsolved.

You have given me some "food for thought" regarding Mr. Ratte.  Mr. Big has been reigned in by the Supreme Court, last I heard.
The word came down that law enforcement must set up guidelines.  It is believed that there will be many cases which may be going before the courts for either re-trial or overturned, due to past tactics of Mr. Big.

I too would have been very suspicious of "sudden undivided attention" by new people entering into my life, and asking for truthfulness of my past.  (Not that I have a past to speak of - but you get the idea).  I think Mr. Big feeds into a persons weakness, ie:  needing money, or greed , as well as vanity and false self-importance.  It works most of the time.

I was looking at this board yesterday, and holy cow - multiple people (guests) were looking at Wendy Ratte's thread.
I was curious as to why, one right after the other.  I wonder if Mr. Ratte has appealed his conviction due to Mr. Big, thus the public's rush to read this thread. 

You are right about sociopaths and psychopaths.  Much to my astonishment, after reading up on the topic, many folks with this condition cope very well with it, marry and raise families.    I have learned that only a small handful commit crimes.   LOL, I think I have run into a few sociopaths in my lifetime, work place especially. 

And that is no lie!! :)

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Re: Wendy Ratte - August 18, 1997 - Age 44 - Missing - Prince George
« Reply #19 on: August 19, 2015, 10:47:05 AM »
He gave too many details in his story.  And then he takes them to where he left her and finds the tarp he had wrapped her up in. He did it.