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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Jennifer Finnerty
A former Division II college football star who disappeared in the Michigan wilderness during an impromptu late-evening fishing trip had a number of alcoholic drinks on the day he died and told relatives in two final frantic phone calls that he believed he was being followed, according to police reports.
She said her husband remained in a state of panic for four to five days.
Jennifer Finnerty said it wasn't the first time he had a "paranoid" episode.