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GUILTY UK - Joanna Yeates, 25, Clifton, Bristol, 17 Dec 2010 #1

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  1. squid

    squid Well-Known Member

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    I think it is hard to say what type she is unless you personally know her and her habits.

    I am a slim athlete and myself and many of my athletic buddies sometimes like nothing better than pigging out on the likes of pizza, burgers, fries, beer etc at the end of the week or after a long day out running, biking or whatever.
     
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    squid Well-Known Member

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    Joanna Yeates may have been killed by more than one person, the detective leading the murder hunt said, as he confirmed her landlord remains a suspect.

    Detective Chief Inspector Phil Jones said one “hypothesis” is that an accomplice helped whoever strangled the landscape architect, adding that he was “not making any assumptions” about how the crime was committed.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukn...have-been-killed-by-more-than-one-person.html
     
  3. laurauk1

    laurauk1 New Member

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    I think you are spot on with all of that!

    Also re: drinks with work friends, if she finished work at say 5/5.30, she was probably in the pub 10 minutes later. If I started drinking at that time, I wouldn't stay out the whole night. It's a long time to be drinking so I can see why she would want to head off home early.
     
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    I am 5'4" at 120 lbs. I cannot eat a lot in one sitting, but in the US, almost EVERYTHING comes in big portions, insert eye-roll here, lol. Therefore, I always assume whatever I get, I will have leftovers the next day. Or sometimes, I'll buy more than one of something to have for another time that week or month.

    It's very possible that that pizza and ciders were intended for her and her flat only.
     
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    I just wish the Police would give us more information ie such as what clothes she was wearing when they found her body ?? Had she got changed ?? Did they find the rucksack ? What was in the rucksack ? I did notice in the original CCTV footage released from her visit to Tesco that she had 2 carrier bags in her right hand, one was white & the other was black - the black bag contained the 2 bottles of cider, but what did the white bag contain ?? I dont think she did get a lift on the way home purely because she kept the rucksack on her back, if you were getting a lift surely you would leave it in the car or just take out what you need ie purse, keys etc ... ?? Maybe the phone call to RS was to say i'm on my way home, where are you ?? As RS travelled back ?? Maybe they had already arranged the meet earlier in the week ?? Could it be possible that RS is gay ?? Maybe she was jealous of Gregg ??
     
  6. Niff

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    I'm 27, 5"6 and 125lb... I would quite happily buy a pizza and two ciders and have it all in the one evening. I thought that was pretty standard!

    Edit - not standard as in I would do it every night! But for the odd night in, sure.
     
  7. Destroyer

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    I dont think that her or Gregg had been in work that day, they had been for lunch that afternoon in the other local pub they usually visited, the order of the day certainly doesnt make sense, especially with Gregg having to drive at least 3hrs to Sheffield ?? Personally i cant see why he didnt plan to go Sheffield on the Saturday, that way he could of been at the drink up with the work colleagues ??
     
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    Oh I hadn't heard that about her not being at work.

    It's quite a trek from Bristol to Sheffield though. I do a trek from the Midlands down to south of London quite regularly to visit family and would always favour going on a Friday over a Saturday just to make it more worthwhile. That said, my boyfriend prefers to go a saturday over a Friday as he can't be bothered on a Friday after work. I guess it is personal preference.
     
  9. Niff

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    Same here. I live about three hours from my family home and would always go up on a Friday, otherwise you're just getting there and then you have to leave. I certainly wouldn't let a work pub trip get in the way.
     
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    Not sure about the not being at work on Friday thing. Doesn't make any sense at all. If GR wasn't working that Friday why on Earth not head off for Sheffield earlier.

    jmo
     
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    Agree. But not sure where this was printed.
     
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    Joanna Yeates: Police not ruling out multiple killers

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/jan/03/joanna-yeates-police-multiple-killers
     
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    Yesterday it emerged the young couple had a final pub lunch just hours before Jo went missing. They shared a bowl of cheesy chips and drank Coke at the Hope and Anchor gastropub a mile from their flat in Clifton.


    Barman Jack Carrington, 23, said: "They came in at 12.30pm. It was really busy so they sat in a corner for about 20 minutes."


    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepag...tes-murder-suspect.html?OTC-RSS&ATTR=News

    (Read Side Column)
     
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    This just means they had a pub lunch - not that they were not working that day, imo.
     
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    Yes you could be right, but i seem to get the impression they werent working that day - still if the police were to give us a bit more information about the events prior to the evening get together/jumpstart maybe we will be able to build a much bigger & better picture of the events about to unfold ??
     
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    The pizza was a Tesco 'finest' - quite a posh pizza & the one I'd choose as a veggie (saving a slice for the next day if I couldn't eat it in one sitting).

    I wouldn't even consider her friend (or a female) as a suspect. While Swansea uni broke up officially on 17 Dec most students would leave earlier in the week (as soon as their coursework was handed in etc). Also, due to the (widely forecasted) exceptionally heavy snowfall on the night of 16 Dec in Wales, there's no way anyone would hang around in Swansea and try to get back east on 17 Dec - the weather was simply terrible. I live half way between Swansea & Bristol and was due to work in Bristol on 17-19. Because the bad weather was forecast I cancelled working in Bristol that weekend - I wouldn't have got from Cardiff to Bristol on 17. There were 5 hour tailbacks on the M4 between Cardiff and Bristol (though heading west, not as bad eastbound, but still bad) and the weather in Wales was much worse than over the border in England.

    Also, regarding the phonecall, perhaps JY made a handsfree call to her friend. This would explain her smiling/looking animated when she walked into Bargain Booze. Do we know the chronology of her shop visits - did she definitely visit BB last or was that simply the last piece of CCTV film to be released? JMO.
     
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    This is as near as I can find to the chronology of the shop visits:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/28/joanna-yeates-may-have-known-killer
     
  18. Destroyer

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    I'm not too sure about the handsfree phone call ?? but she was definitely smiling about something ?? just as though someone had just dropped some exciting surprising news ?? Maybe it was RS had just told her she was coming to visit her ??

    I think Bargain Booze was the 2nd stop on the way home ?? Waitrose/Bargain Booze/Tesco ??
     
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    I noticed that BBC timeline which is the first to include reported times for Bargain Booze and which is in conflict with another timeline the BBC has printed here

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12109085

    While it has been reported she visited Tesco at 8:40 then Bargain Booze in that order the exact time she was in Bargain Booze has not been typically been reported.
     
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