UK UK - Claudia Lawrence, 35, Chef, York University, 18 March 2009 #15

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  1. keep-it-real

    keep-it-real Well-Known Member

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    Apparrently the this bag was larger than a bin bag
     
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    Where have cold case confirmed she arrived home? have you got it in writing from a NYP source?
     
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    York Mix article dated 18 th March 2021
    Mr Fox says information received is interesting and urged for more details and points ‘to new lines of enquiry’
    Does this mean away from the ‘usual suspects ‘?
    That’s how I understand it !
    What do you think ?
     
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    keep-it-real Well-Known Member

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    Cold case confirmed it me in a telephone converstation..
    Personally I think anyone who is researching the case in detail having access to Cold Case for confirmation of actual detail is invaluable.

    In my experience I email them with questions and they follow up with a telephone call.
     
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    Yep, it sounds like a new suspect
     
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    Either new suspect or new evidence or both.
     
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    The issue with this is they will not answer anything sensitive. Unless you can have an in depth look at the case I can’t see what is to be gained by talking to cold case. I have also had confirmation that she arrived home, HOWEVER, did she go straight home? Can they see her rucksack with her on entering her home? Can they actually see her opening the door and going through it? Why do they not feel they can see her leaving at any time? Is there any missing cctv to allow for a window of disappearance? The more I look at it, the more I’m confused re- the rucksack
     
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    The camera in the house opposite was pointing at the front garden ornaments .It probably just caught Claudia’s gate ! And caught someone going in but from waits down.
    As for her going out a high sided vehicle could have easily blocked this camera temporarily .
     
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    so in theory the person going in may not have been C.L.?
     
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    That can work to your advantage.. make a note of the what you didnt get answers to;)
     
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    Quite possibly..

    And the left handed smoker wearing combat trousers and a hoodie on the Melrosegate bridge may have been female.

    And could this be Claudias rucksack and it was actually recovered.. but that detail is case sensitive?
    In close up it looks used


    Its all up for debate.

    [​IMG]
     
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    That is correct ! But the police thought that the time corresponded with Claudia going home and said it was reasonable to assume it was her !
     
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    What Rucksack are we talking about ? Are you referring to the above picture ?
     
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    Yes its the one featured in the police appeals on tv right from the begining of the investigation... Did police recover the rucksack in the early days of the investigation but chose not to make that detail public?
     
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    It would have been an outright lie !
    Because they insisted the bag they showed was NOT Claudia’s !
     
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    They would not be lying if the original appeal was made using an idenitical rucksack.
    but they then went on to recover the rucksack either in the course of their searches of properties or outside areas. If the recovery of it and where it was recovered it formed part of a prosecution case that would obviously become a case sensitive detail.

    Im not saying it was Im am just considering all possiblities
     
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    Ive always told you in my opinion this is a much bigger story.

    Im scanning the news for names PJ you never know who will surface;)

    For anyone interested researching similar stings they may find the 1st and 2nd Operation Zygos interesting
    Lord Ashcroft announces the launch of Operation Zygos - Lord Ashcroft
    Operation Zygos, appeal for UK's most wanted in Cyprus ( human trafficking, drugs, various horse breeding frauds)
     
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    They created a secret messenger app for criminals, didn't they?
     
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    'The Anom messaging system appears to have been developed by a suspect in the US back in 2018 in the course of his work supplying encrypted communications tools to organised crime. When he became an FBI informer in 2019 he gave the US agency access to Anom and the FBI took full control of the system.'

    Anom: Like WhatsApp for criminals, but secretly owned by the FBI
     
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