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    UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #7

    The defendant wiped his eyes as he listened to a recording of himself being interviewed by detectives, following his arrest in April.

    As he was asked about the note millionaire children's author, Mrs Bailey allegedly left before her disappearance, Stewart was heard telling officers: "The note was handwriting, it wasn't typed. I thought it was Helen's.

    "And she signed the note, no one else would have signed it like that. LB is a nickname I had for Helen, my nickname is BB. It's going back to when we first met. She was little bean and I was big bean."

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/266726...uthor-missing/


    The fiance of children's author Helen Bailey "grinned" at police officers as they attempted to question him about her sudden disappearance, a court has heard.

    Ian Stewart, 56, of Royston, Hertfordshire, is accused of drugging and killing the Electra Brown writer in a financially motivated plot last year.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...-police-tried/

    Sgt Nicole Goodyear told the court Mr Stewart followed police "everywhere" during a search on 15 April.

    She said: "He was very interested in what we were doing, he wanted to know what we were doing and why."

    Mr Stewart also denies preventing a lawful burial, fraud and three counts of perverting the course of justice.

    The trial continues.


    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-b...herts-38692970



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    Enjoy eating while you have the stomach for it.

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    Ah, that should have read "Good morning everyone". ^^

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    Ah.... I looked at your post a couple of times this afternoon and didn't notice ! It's a worry...........

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    I didn't notice either! It's called anxiety.....

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    Good morning all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by L2L View Post
    I didn't notice either! It's called anxiety.....
    This one's a slam dunk.

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    With my little dog my side and my knitting in my lap, looking forward to the 'slam dunk' and a very late night!

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    Morning team - by 'eck it's parky out today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by neteditor View Post
    Morning team - by 'eck it's parky out today.
    Good morning - yes, but here it's sunny, so I am going out and will miss the beginning.

    From the previous thread's late-night musings I've just seen, I wanted to ask, does compulsive lying explain murder? I don't think so, the other things (inferiority/ need to have power over women, money obsession) must come in, and even they don't explain this case fully. It must be Nick/Dave and Joe...

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    Morning everyone. Hoping Trimmer ties IS up in knots today.

    JJ I hope you are feeling cooler today. My iPad tells me it is 23C and heavy rain due in Sydney.


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    Morning all. Looking forward to Strimmer helping Big Bean seal his fate. Some great posts about motive etc on the end of the last thread!

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    Good morning all....have to type fast as refresh erases me....grrrrr.......very windy here in NJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moll View Post
    Good morning - yes, but here it's sunny, so I am going out and will miss the beginning.

    From the previous thread's late-night musings I've just seen, I wanted to ask, does compulsive lying explain murder? I don't think so, the other things (inferiority/ need to have power over women, money obsession) must come in, and even they don't explain this case fully. It must be Nick/Dave and Joe...
    No, compulsive lying is a means to an end (a not guilty verdict). Nor do I feel pure hate is responsible. I favour pure greed.


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