Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by cybervampira, Feb 2, 2019.
Yeah, me too. From what I've read it seems like Libby had strong ethics and loyalty.
Her mum has been in my thoughts constantly these past days.
Her words show heartbreak, but also a strength and resiliance for me.
I did shed a tear as i read them, their trauma is unimaginable. How does anyone start to deal with that?
Its beyond tragic.
I don't understand why anyone gave that suggestion the time of day in the first place.
<modsnipped> So so sad to lose the love of your life, I can't imagine it
As Cags said, I think the scenario in which Libby may have made a pass at PR is in doubt. She clearly loved her boyfriend deeply.
ETA: that scenario is in even more doubt. I don’t think it’s a theory that any of us have entertained, but I think it’s even more unlikely now.
I don't think they did. Except his family.
I feel so very deeply sorry for all of
Libby 's family and friends.It must be agony for her boyfriend.
The friends who were with her that night took what they thought was the safe option by putting her in a taxi. They must be having a really tough time going through what happened to Libby without being blamed for not taking enough care for her.
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I wrote a little something to Libby’s mum. I felt compelled, I hope the outpouring of love & sorrow on Libby’s behalf is a tiny comfort to her family
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I’m feeling angry today. Libby had the world at her feet.
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The sluice is not relevant. She did not go through the sluice, she did not enter the drain. Even if the sluice was open, the drain is so shallow and slow moving a body would NEVER make it to the Hull along there.
I am not so sure she entered the river Hull at Beresford Park - just look at all those bends...
I still favour that he took her by car and put her directly into the Humber.
Forget the sluice it is not relevant.
Otto, you need to step back and do an evening's homework reading and stop throwing these random cul-de-sacs into the mix!
Does anyone know what "day" in June his next hearing is?
TIA! Just want to keep my notes straight.
Hearing to review the case on June 18th. IIRC he's attending by video link.
I have tried to put the key places on a map. Its a bit crude as it's done on my phone but it shows the locations of the drain, river Hull and the Humber with Libbys street and the park at the top
Also she hasn't been missing 3 months. Just 7 weeks less 1 day 9 hours
Old news I know, as the page has been out for 8 hours and most of you will have likely come across it but I think it is significant:-
Libby Squire death 'potential homicide'
It says the police are treating Libby Squires death as a "potential homicide". That I think is important as it suggests that the cause of death could be accidental or as harm.
Nonetheless I think, (as the majority on here do believe that she has been slain).
I think to silence her screams the killer may have suffocated and/or drowned her. Then jettisoned the body into the watercourse after he was finished with her.
I wonder whether any tests done for rape may have been problematic becouse of the extensive decomposition of her body.
This photo of him is taken near The Deep (it is in the background). This is nowhere near the sluice.
Edit. Sorry I posted as I was catching up. I hope we have moved on from the sluice which is in no way relevant to the case
We have had alot of rain the last few weeks in March. Perhaps her body was caught on some riverside debris or on the riverbed for a time and the faster riverflow freed her body to continue along the watercourse.
I estimate the distance from Oak park to Cleethorpes to be around 20 miles as the crow flies, give or take a few miles for the bends.
I cannot see her being taken to the Hull at a later date, too risky.