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

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  1. Winterbells

    Winterbells Well-Known Member

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    And I just can't find anything on the net which says 'Person of interest' has any legal weight at all in the UK. I just don't know what the police are doing, calling him a 'Person of interest'.
     
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  2. wtiger

    wtiger Every day is like sunday!

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    Just on the bail issue..

    There are only certain grounds upon which the crown can oppose bail applications

    A regularly used one is "risk of flight"

    Technically they could argue that ad long as her can afford a tank of fuel for his car then he has the means to disappear

    It is not uncommon for those charged with sexual offences to be remanded in custody for their own safety

    Once a person enters the criminal justice system, there becomes a duty of care for that persons safety...regardless of how loathsome they may be!
     
  3. Cherwell

    Cherwell Ice Cream

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    I'm no expert, but I understood that the PACE rules state that, after the permitted hours are up, the police must either charge the suspect or release him/her.
    And they did release him. Technically. They released him with regard to the abduction charge.

    Yeah, but the police often name people as suspects so it can't be that much of a problem.
     
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  4. Enquirer-2019

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    Could it be possible that PR's car doors were NOT able to be opened from the inside? At the point after the 2nd person (Libby I believe) was placed in the car.
     
  5. LastSeenWearing

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    It was quoted from someone with knowledge of the Tides/currents in msm that had Libby not been found near Spurn Point she would have been lost to the sea in only about 3 hours.
     
  6. Winterbells

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    I think my response was to someone who'd said the police have no evidence Libby was in his car. I was just noting that we dont't know whether they do or not and yes, I agree with you, that's not a crime.
     
  7. wtiger

    wtiger Every day is like sunday!

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    It would not normally cause a problem but it does give a defence barrister one free bullet....ironically the police normally caution against naming and discussing online for that very reason!

    Again...one rule for us and another for them
     
  8. PaddyOreally?

    PaddyOreally? Well-Known Member

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    On that vauxhall astra you can set it to auto lock once the car has reached a certain speed.
     
  9. Steleheart

    Steleheart WS Liaison Staff Member WS Liason

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    This source has some experienced opinions ;
    How tragic Libby Squire was just hours away from being lost forever
     
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    I can't remember if we see the driver use a key to open the driver's door after closing the door on the passenger, but since he appears to have pressed the central locking on his car before opening the passenger door, I had assumed his door would be open too? In other words, the passenger door may not have been locked once he'd closed it. I'm not explaining this very well... plus he made his car do all kinds of things when he locked and unlocked it, it seems - 2 flashes, 4 flashes... what does it all mean I ask myself?
     
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    In my opinion he added the detail to his wife/family about putting the address in his satnav to give more credence to the story he was planning to stick to in the future about taking her home and nowhere else
     
  12. Winterbells

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    Yes. That makes sense. But I still don't believe Libby gave it to him (why would she want to go home and not back to the Welly for keys? (if indeed she didn't have keys). I think he put it in after the event.

    Incidentally, my daughter tells me that if security turn you away for being too drunk, they sometimes suggest you go away and return once you've sobered up a bit. I didn't know this and perhaps it's only here in London, but she says she's been in this situation with friends, and they then return acting more soberly and they're let in. It has made me wonder if Libby was intending to try to return to the Welly, not for keys, but in hopes of being allowed in
     
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    What about stationary i.e child locks....as he has children?
     
  14. LastSeenWearing

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    This is heartbreakingly sad especially the part where Libbys mum thanked her for choosing her to be her mummy and that she was so sorry that she couldn't keep her safe that night. This really made my heart ache with sadness.
     
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    I think they're usually only on the back doors.
     
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    I’ve just edited that. His second appearance was again at the Magistrates, for the 7 new charges. This was when the flight risk/ high risk of re-offending was mentioned as a reason to not give bail. The 3rd and 4th appearance was at Crown Court, and no application for bail was made at both of these hearings.
     
  17. PaddyOreally?

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    I don't think you can child lock the passenger door only the rear! I drive one at work and was reading through the Manual on Friday!
     
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    Indeed!...what do all the flashes mean.o_O

    I was (edited from 'am'after reading above, no child locks on passenger doors) presuming it had child locks, to explain why she(Libby I believe) did not attempt to exit the car after entering if pushed in, which I feel, going off the video clip.

    If she was hit around the side of the car, she may have been disorientated still. Or she may have chosen to stay in if my perceived analysis of the video (point of entering the car) is wrong. Sadly one can only speculate....for now at the very least.
     
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    floridagrrl Be kind.

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    I press my fob about 20 times it seems to open my doors (I know once opens my driver door, twice to open all doors) but I’m just an idiot, no ryhme or reason for it. I just do it and it’s habit. (EXCEPT if I’m in a parking lot by myself etc. I try to be more cautious being a woman by myself or alone with my child. Long time member of Websleuths knows better!)

    I can say my mothers fob is finicky and never works right and she has to press hers many times to work even right. Could be his habit, could be nothing nefarious at all. Just an observation and anecdotal of course. And American cars, not sure how European are at all. If there is even a difference.
     
  20. PaddyOreally?

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    I still can't believe a spider managed to block out the view on the cctv. I think there should be an ad on TV telling people to clean their CCTV cameras!

    I still think it looks like a man getting into the passenger side, even though that makes no sense as there is no evidence to suggest that pr was working with anyone else. I just can't see bare legs getting into the car and they look like man's legs in dark trousers to me!
     
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