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    Quote Originally Posted by suzyjackson View Post
    No, not the only one at all, I posted a similar concern upthread but I thought I was a lone voice.

    I hope that this is not the case, in fact I can't believe they could be allowed to have access to that kind of information
    I've also been posting similar on other thread. Access to phone info without owners permission is phone hacking or snooping AFAIK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedouin View Post
    We know that the family have access to Corries sm/dating accounts, if they have been able to determine that he was logged on or using a certain one during the night, ( one which used location services). Could it be that they are able to get information from a company like that, regarding who else was in the same area? sometimes it's surprising what you agree to in terms of service.
    We know the phone was in Ns name so she gave permission. That's completely different IMO.

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    I notice the new top detective agency has made a statement saying that the location of Corries phone could prove critical in the investigation. Well, that was $50k well spent eh?

    My theory: Corrie was hanging around hoping to sober up so he could drive his car back in the morning. He hopped into cardboard bin for a few hours kip then accidentally got tipped into refuse truck. During trucks journey back to the depot he has somehow exited it. Possibly disorientated/injured/concused he has wandered into the forrest/river and perished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaiserSauzee View Post
    I notice the new top detective agency has made a statement saying that the location of Corries phone could prove critical in the investigation. Well, that was $50k well spent eh?

    My theory: Corrie was hanging around hoping to sober up so he could drive his car back in the morning. He hopped into cardboard bin for a few hours kip then accidentally got tipped into refuse truck. During trucks journey back to the depot he has somehow exited it. Possibly disorientated/injured/concused he has wandered into the forrest/river and perished.
    I didnt think he cud have been dropped in from the bin, cause the weight is automatically logged at tip point per bin

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRQ57 View Post
    speed = distance / time

    If we have the distance and the times how can we have the speed going by mast pings? I.E. if you travelled at 100MPH at stages and made a stop along the route?
    That's the point I am making. You can't. But the driver could fill in the gaps but we are only given general information. We are given 4 am BSE and 4:30 am BM. So the slowest you could go is constantly moving, for 12 miles roughly for 30 minutes. too slow for a truck, too fast for walking. But we don't know if there was actually 20 minutes or if stops were made, or if there were cows in the road, etc. The driver could explain it all. And of course there might be actual data for when the phone reached cell sites and lost others. The police have no obligation to share, but just to say it moved from point A to point B in 30 minutes too fast for walking, leaves a universe of possibilities. Why do they leave it so ambiguous? The driver can clear it all up nicely. And then they could say we are convince it was or was not in the lorry. end of story.

    If they can say without equivocation it was NOT in the lorry, then that changes everything.

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    I'm not sure what its like in other countries I come from aus in 2013 my best friend of 25 yrs was murdered the phone he had was a billed phone in his mothers name the sim card was taken out of that phone n all messages deleted it took two years for investigators to get records from vodaphone of his last text messages n call records it is a very long process and a whole lot of red tape just to get that info not an easy process.on another note here is a link about people sleeping in biffa bins. http://resource.co/article/rough-sle...roaches-11420I i also believe that if corrie had of put his phone on top of the bin to pee it would of slid off onto the ground as the bin was being picked up to be emptied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaiserSauzee View Post
    I notice the new top detective agency has made a statement saying that the location of Corries phone could prove critical in the investigation. Well, that was $50k well spent eh?

    My theory: Corrie was hanging around hoping to sober up so he could drive his car back in the morning. He hopped into cardboard bin for a few hours kip then accidentally got tipped into refuse truck. During trucks journey back to the depot he has somehow exited it. Possibly disorientated/injured/concused he has wandered into the forrest/river and perished.
    This would not explain the 11k weight of the bin. Corrie weighed around 80k. Its been confirmed that the bin is weighed before being tipped....


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    http://resource.co/article/rough-sle...proaches-11420

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiressleuth View Post
    I've also been posting similar on other thread. Access to phone info without owners permission is phone hacking or snooping AFAIK.
    It's not in any way hacking if the police had good reason to access it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c4nd1_83 View Post
    This would not explain the 11k weight of the bin. Corrie weighed around 80k. Its been confirmed that the bin is weighed before being tipped....


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    My apologies, my stance has changed since then. I reckon that one way or another he has entered that bin lorry, most likely after the bin has been weighed and the contents put in.

    My theory: one way or another Corrie has ended up in the bin lorry. Then, during the trip back to the depot he has exited it. I reckon when they eventually find his body (in the forrest/river area) they will find his phone alongside him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cottonweaver View Post
    Midsummers day* & Pilgrim's Prayer* seem to have done the most on tracking this - did you check their posts in previous 2 threads? They seem to have put hours into this.
    Hopefully they will return.
    ( * caveat- appreciate other people put time into this aspect too. )
    I also came to the conclusion 0400 BSE and BM 0430 but noone seemed to want to listen because it didn't fit in with the fricking bin theory. If C and his phone left BSE at 0400 how did that happen, forgetting the bin and lorry altogether, just for this once maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironside View Post
    It's not in any way hacking if the police had good reason to access it.

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    Thats the definition of phone hacking according to the net. Access without owners permission. Claiming this is to do with terrorism just to access personal phone data is wrong and possibly illegal too IMHO.

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    Might be of interest but I had an issue with my phone on Friday night after being on the bevvy all day (scottish trait)

    Basically I got an Uber back home and when I got out I immediately realised I had left my phone in it.

    Anyway, I phoned it using my wifes phone and the guy answered promising to bring it back, but he eventually started denying he ever had it (despite answering it, explain that one!!??), so anyway, I reported it to the police & uber yesterday.

    I have checked some things online and it stopped syncing at 5.30am on the saturday morning, given I had been out from around 1.30pm the previous afternoon, i can only assume that it remained on from when i got home (10.30pm) until it eventually ran out of battery the following morning.

    Now, is it possible that the bin man has jumped out to position the bin and unlock it and discovered Corries phone (possibly left on bin lid while he took a piss?) And similarly like my uber driver, he has thought to himself 'nice little bonus' and pocketed it, which would explain why the phone followed the bin lorry route?

    It wouldnt explain how Corrie got out of that area without being seen (though i now have my suspicions) but could be a possibility for the phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaiserSauzee View Post
    Now, is it possible that the bin man has jumped out to position the bin and unlock it and discovered Corries phone (possibly left on bin lid while he took a piss?) And similarly like my uber driver, he has thought to himself 'nice little bonus' and pocketed it, which would explain why the phone followed the bin lorry route?

    It wouldnt explain how Corrie got out of that area without being seen (though i now have my suspicions) but could be a possibility for the phone?
    It could also be possible someone gave him a lift, he got out and forgot the phone. Perhaps that person has not even noticed the phone is in their vehicle or did not for some time. Could be under or between the seats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrseeker View Post
    It could also be possible someone gave him a lift, he got out and forgot the phone. Perhaps that person has not even noticed the phone is in their vehicle or did not for some time. Could be under or between the seats.
    One thing i have noticed and you can check this with your own android or iphones, is that the positioning is fairly accurate, i checked my account and it had my tablet down to within 6 metres accuracy.

    Another thing that you may not realise happens in the background (and i only found this out today) is that google maps tracks your phone movements (assuming you have the function enabled and have signed into your google account on your phone).

    Sign into your google account on your pc or tablet and then google 'your timeline'. Its actually quite scary to see how much you have been tracked, it lists ALL of your movements and places visited, going back a few years (i could look into one of my google accounts and see where i was back in 2014!!!)

    If the phone did indeed belong to his mum at first, there is every possibility that it is her google account that was used to set everything up on it and she may be able to look through the 'your timeline' history remotely like i have done.
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