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GUILTY UK - Joanna Yeates, 25, Clifton, Bristol, 17 Dec 2010 #11

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  1. Salem

    Salem Former Member

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    Please post media articles, timelines, maps, here. No discussion here - only information.

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    Hoorah! Thanks Salem.

    And, for the first time in weeks, Sky's look at tomorrow's newspapers produces no mention of new Yeates articles, though I'm sure there will be - just not splashed across the front page.

    And greetings again to all the thread mainstays, and an encouragement to WS guests to sign on and favor us with your thoughts on the matter.
     
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    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/view/173666/Joanna-Yeates-suspect-has-a-clean-rap-sheet/
     
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    The Sun provided a bit of inessential - but interesting, if true - info today:

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3369575/Jo-Yeates-murder-accused-in-dock.html
     
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    The Sun (again):

    Tabak jail switch over attack fears

    a bit more at link above
     
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    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3371594/Vincent-Tabak-jail-switch-over-attack-fears.html

    Tabak Jail Switch Over Attack Fears

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    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-st...o-britain-to-see-him-in-jail-115875-22875954/

    Family of Jo Yeates murder accused Vincent Tabak to fly to Britain to see him in jail

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    Any ideas why:

    1. NUA did not request bail?

    2. Why his GF did not show up in court twice for his appearances?



    http://www.tntmagazine.com/tnt-toda...o-yeates-murder-vincent-tabak-not-bailed.aspx

    Jo Yeates murder: Vincent Tabak not bailed

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  11. wfgodot

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    Interesting indeed VT did not apply for bail - perhaps because he would have no place to go - 44 Canynge Road being out, and friend EW's place certainly as well? I would assume he would not be allowed to leave the country if he were bailed.

    As for GF, I'm almost convinced that the couple had broken up and she was coaxed back aboard as a team solidarity thing after VT's arrest.

    As always, not sure of anything though!
     
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    Oh Brilliant wfgodot, we got a new thread, and your right, its very quiet on the Western front, so we will wait for things to come....
    And thanks to Salem too for all the hard work.:tyou::eek:fftobed:
     
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    I think at this point what I'm wondering most is when (if?) CJ will have his status as a suspect dropped.
     
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    Hi Patticake

    Re: the two questions above

    I've been left to draw my own conclusions
     
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    Her father and one of NUA's sisters have both stated they are still a couple. Do you really dispute that? ;)

    Ukers, I am getting the impression that our NUA is not being defiled by the public or media over there. Isn't that unusual in a murder case?

    Very odd for the Prosecutor to say: “To be fair to him he is a man of good character both in this country and, as I understand, in Holland."

    How long till he gets a dream legal team from London to represent him, I wonder? I'm thinking his present solicitor will only be doing the preliminaries.

    Anyhow, it's good to have a new thread. I admittedly had a bit of withdrawal today but got loads of work done.
     
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    http://www.cityjournalistdirectory....oks_likely_to_outsmart_the_prosecution_11469/

    As the case stands at this point in time it is mostly based on speculation, but something (we do not know what) seems not right about this prosecution. It could be the lack of DNA evidence. It could be the lack of a confession of guilt. It could be that the murder was not legally murder and is in fact manslaughter. There are just so many anomalies and what ifs.

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    He has particular expertise in sexual offences, having prosecuted and defended in rapes, sexual assaults, child pornography, child abduction and internet grooming offences. In particular, he is very familiar with representing the interests of young, vulnerable and special-needs witnesses and defendants. Paul additionally conducts trials involving the supply of class A drugs, offences of violence and dishonesty, and is frequently instructed to prosecute multi-defendant cases. He also represents local authorities in applications seeking Public Interest Immunity in respect of Social Services files. He has been junior counsel in cases involving a range of offences.
     
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    Incidentally, as there have been a number of questions over the Yeates threads regarding the role of dogs in the search for JY (the last being, I think, if cadaver dogs would be able to hit on the scent of a frozen body), I would like to draw attention to a new WS thread started by sarx, a verified WS expert on the matter (and with help from the equally qualified Oriah, and others), as a resource for such questions:

    K9 SAR Questions & Answers - Ask the Pros! - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community
     
  18. Patticake

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    That's why I thought it odd that the GF did not show up at either hearing. She is in Bristol so why not?

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    I have been wondering exactly the same things. I also wonder why his glasses were taken as evidence?
     
  20. wfgodot

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    I've little doubt they are now "a couple" but am wondering if there were not an interregnum in their "couplehood," so to speak. Perhaps? Also, as Patticake states above, it was a bit odd that gf was not in court.

    Agreed heartily about withdrawal symptoms, not only in my case but I'm sure in the cases of many - and once again let me praise the thread for superb analysis and discourse, at their best of course when deployed in a crisp and friendly manner.
     
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