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

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  1. LarkBunting

    LarkBunting Well-Known Member

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    Could someone please explain what “kicking off” means? (This American has never heard that phrase!) Much appreciated.
     
  2. motherofdaughters

    motherofdaughters Well-Known Member

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    Honestly, probably not, that may not be the correct choice but I'd just assume they'd be ok. 99% of the time, they would be. When I've been very drunk, I feel I convince anyone of anything.
     
  3. Miss_French

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    It's Miss, like the name says.

    "Once the police have completed their investigations, they will refer the case to us for advice on how to proceed in all but the most minor and routine cases. We will then make a decision on whether a suspect should be charged, and what that charge should be."

    The decision to charge | The Crown Prosecution Service
     
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    Causing a fuss or a scene. Shouting or swearing. Possibly fighting. I doubt fighting in this scenario.
     
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    Shouting/ being argumentative/ being agressive - umbrella term for those sorts of behaviours :)
     
  6. Skigh

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    There is a post I read today which did say GB did phone the police.
    I can not believe some one who did stop to offer help would have left her unless he felt she was alright.
    Perhaps PR came along and said he was a taxi driver and would get her home safely so GB checked he had entered her home address in his phone satnav.
     
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    Sorry autocorrect to Mrs - meant to be “mean”. Which I have corrected. This most refer to lesser offences which the police can give cautions for. These offences of PR do not fall into that category.
     
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    This was the post regarding potential sightings, remember the two missing Males who jumped from the Humber in DEC also, so location mapping would be needed if they were sightings of a body, from someone with a better geographical insight of the area than mine.
     
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    I agree mostly with you here, minus that she was causing a nuisance, that doesn't fit with the Libby we have gotten to know about.
     
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    YEs, I wasn't suggesting it defo was LS body spotted or even a (human) body at all. I was responding to someone who asked about the Paull sighting/search, when and where it was.
     
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    Kicking off is another word for losing your cool
     
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    This makes sense, when I have been in a car with my partner and seen a clearly intoxicated female alone, I have on more than one occasion asked him to stop the car, and I checked on her. A recent scenario prior to Libbys disappearance over Christmas, I took a female to my home and paid for a taxi..for reasons exactly like Libby's case. I am gladder now than ever before that I did this, I got out of my bed gone midnight hearing a woman on a bench outside a church (opposite my home) asking a man to leave her alone, he was driving up and down claiming to be a taxi (he kept passing and returning)..alarm bells rang for me..as she couldn't stand upright and had lost her purse and phone.
     
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    Maybe she was retching.

    There is a lot if bickering and angst in this thread, l have been dipping in but it's making it quite hard to follow.
     
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    That's beautiful @Vermont24
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    I appreciate that and im not trying to take away from her character as a person, I just think there was some commotion which may have been more than her just sitting and crying.

    I don’t think he’s transported the body anywhere as he’s taken her to such a secluded spot with river access that a) if it was his pre chosen spot to commit such a crime then he is where he wants to be or....b) if he has not thought about this and suddenly realises what he’s done, then in a panic he is going to dispose of this body in the water nearby rather than risk driving around with her.
     
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    I appreciate you might view things differently to me but I have been reading and commenting on this thread for some time today and can only say how polite and respectful all posters have been even if they have a difference of opini on.
     
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    I bet he’s walked that park and river a hundred times before this night and he’s fantasised about what he would do and where he would get rid of a body. He’s not chosen the pond because he knows the river is better and he’s actually gotten quite lucky that the body has made it all the way through to the Humber.

    If you look back at the incidents where he was burgling properties , I’m sure I read he had taken some sex toys and i’d imagine he kept those as some kind of trophy to get off on. I’m surprised he didn’t keep something of Libby’s that night or if he did he’s hidden it well. Bet the LE tore that house of his apart looking for something he kept.
     
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    I agree I am not convinced they went to the park at all, I think the screams could have been a red herring, derailing the search. I think he went further, down a secluded road and began his attack, then disposed of her somewhere closer to the Humber.
     
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