Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by cybervampira, Feb 2, 2019.
Aww this really touched me.
Thank you so much for doing this it's really thoughtful of you.
If people want to leave flowers, I do wish they would take the wrapping paper off.
Thank you for doing this, Stronts xx
What a beautiful thing to do.
You are one very kind thoughtful person x
This is such a moving post, thank you for sharing.
And thanks for leaving messages on our behalf, it's such a kind and thoughtful gesture.
That’s such a lovely thing to do, thank you xx
ITV news tonight said its being treated as potential "murder". Which word should we be using here?
I also failed with google on this topic. I *think* it might still be possible.
Treating the case as if it were already known to be murder, so as not miss any possible clues. Probably not sure how she died as yet. Jmo
I've found various scientific publications - mostly just the 'abstracts' but yes, I agree, it does seem it *could* be possible.
I tend to agree with the first part, but just wondering why you don't think that they have the cause?
If her cause of death turns out to be drowning, not sure how any case could be brought short of confession, or video of someone pushing her into water.
They may have by now. But maybe not initially. But i.e head injury could have been caused by a fall on rocks, etc...still need to determine any wounds were caused by another person.
Thank you so much for doing this. What a beautiful gesture. The photo of the bench & ground covered in flowers & tributes makes my heart ache. It’s both touching & heartbreaking.
I wish we could’ve all been there that night to get poor Libby safely home.
ITV also said police have "discounted" accidental death and that she was either murdered or it was manslaughter.
Death by Drowning - Cambridge Criminal Defense Lawyer
Some info on trying to determine manner of death when body is found in water.
It is determined that way here in Pittsburgh.
Thank you so much, that was such a lovely thing to do.