Found Deceased UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019 #13 *ARREST*

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  1. mrjitty

    mrjitty Well-Known Member

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    We are all assuming cause of death will be hard to determine - but it might be obvious.

    Just a thought.
     
  2. mrjitty

    mrjitty Well-Known Member

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    A lot has focussed on the Astra, but maybe potential human traffickers were escaping by boat?
     
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  3. JosieJo

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    Sorry to ask on here but is there a way of searching for videos and photos that link to a certain thread ...thanks
     
  4. Vermont24

    Vermont24 Well-Known Member

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    No.
     
  5. OrlandoJames

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    Are people still talking about human trafficking? Seriously?!
     
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    I've just driven past the bench. Plenty of floral tributes. TV crew there too.
     
  7. Newthoughts

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    IMO entering the water later could only suggest an accomplice because I'd be surprised if LE didn't have a good idea of what they were doing when they arrested PR. Mistakes happen and only a court can decide but huge errors like that are hopefully rare. Plus they will have a lot more than we've seen.

    I'd find it difficult to see how Libby could have entered water accidently from the point where the police were searching and what I've heard about the tides around the time she went missing. A non tidal river with a towpath and well kept grass yes. Easy to run towards. This area looked very overgrown and banked. Libby was drunk. It was snowy. It'd be difficult for a sober, thinking person.
     
  8. Vermont24

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    The Independent used to be a decent newspaper, however since it went online-only in 2016 it has become increasingly sensationalist and clickbaity. I'd take anything in The Independent with a pinch of salt personally, and would definitely want to see it verified by other MSM.
     
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  10. lilmissd33

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    As I speculated there could be obvious signs of foul play making it a criminal investigation rather than accident etc, so the COD may be difficult to ascertain the crime behind it obvious.
     
  11. BrianJohnson

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    An accomplice to PR would surely not dump the body in a place where it is likely to be found eventually like the river, he would surely bury her body in a shallow grave out in the country or hide her body in an out house or lock up where it might take years to find

    I don’t believe that PR had an accomplice, if he did the accomplice is not very smart
     
  12. JosieJo

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    I'm looking for the video that showed the area from the park to the river by the buildings that were searched ...I thought I remembered a bank up to the river from the park that was quite short and well used ?

    Imo the only 2 realistic options based on the little we know at the moment both involve entering the river from the park area somewhere. Either someone got her in or she ran
     
  13. kaRN

    kaRN Verified Health Professional - Registered Nurse

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    RIP Libby
     
  14. occasionalposter

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    The drains could have carried her out too.

    I'm shocked she got as far out as that, much further and would have been long gone, and answers much harder to find.
    Rip Libby, lets hope for the best worst case scenario for her.
    (and justice)
     
  15. Joolz1975

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    That's why I don't think she entered the water in or near the park.

    Too much chance of her getting snagged on debris or washing up along the river bank, it's a very bendy river. If she had entered the river at the park I feel she would have been found much sooner.

    I think she entered the water much nearer the estuary.
     
  16. Vermont24

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    The Beverley & Barmston Drain does join the River Hull, but there is a sluice at this point. See first image:

    Beverley and Barmston Drain - Wikipedia

    It's not strong enough to carry a body any meaningful distance. It's also very shallow - I fell in as a kid and walked out.
     
  17. JosieJo

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    Are there any likely spots in mind ?
     
  18. JosieJo

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    Can I ask locals ? In this pic..."if" entering the river area from the pond /bench area is the track between the 2 buildings the most used spot ? 20190322_084859.jpg
     
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    The last person to have seen Libby, was a dangerous, predatory, sexual deviant.
     
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  20. Joolz1975

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    There's loads of wasteland on the edge of the humber I would imagine around there would be a good spot depending on how high the water was.
     
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