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    MS - Ivory Green, 38, Bolton, 11 Jan 2006

    http://www.sunherald.com/mld/sunhera...s/13691504.htm

    The killer, Leonard Bradley, 26, helped with odd jobs.

    He hid the body, on a bed, under a stack of blankets.

    Family members thought the man had driven away because his car had been taken by the killer.

    Although the home had been checked by Mr. Green's father, he didn't notice his son under the blankets.

    Mr. Green was discovered, 10 days later, on Saturday, January 21st, 2006.

    More details at link

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    My God is this too stupid to be believed or are we expected to believe everyone from the south would'nt look further. Maybe we have another case of a dysfunctional family.Which is my strong belief....afterall there are multitudes.

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    Oh no..what a shame. So glad they caught the murderer.

    RIP Ivory Green. Thoughts and prayers for family and friends.

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    To be fair to Mr. Green's father... we don't know how old he is, or in what kind of health. I'm sure he's beating himself up over not finding his son.

    I suspect his son was in a spare bedroom, or a basement. Not his usual bed. It could have looked like storage... you know like the jumble of coats on a bed, during a house party.

    His dad probably seached wardrobes and cubby holes but NEVER thought of the bed!

    Too bad nobody else was there to help... or that they didn't go back sooner to check again.

    Wouldn't it be ironic if they asked the odd job guy (the killer) to double check!!!!!!!!!

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    I was thinking of his poor dad. How upsetting it must be for him since he searched the house. I hope he can find peace in the fact that nothing would have changed the outcome.

    I just love his name- Ivory Green.

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    You guys are much kinder than I am. I am sorry for not giving the benefit of a doubt. But I am more used to denial. They will deny anything for as long as possible even if there is violence.

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    Wouldn't there have been a smell in the house that should have been noticed?

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    2Sisters if they checked the house when he first went missing, then didn't go back (perhaps only called) no one would have noticed the smell until the house was checked again... and then they found him.



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