Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by cybervampira, Feb 2, 2019.
There was definitely a screenshot of the letter Stella with the questions on.
Maybe it is a simple as the person has been ruled out and they do not want them being harassed, threatened, etc. I have seen things removed in other cases as well.
Makes sense - I've lost count of the amount of times I've effectively passed out inside a taxi on the way home from a night of heavy drinking... It's quite scary when you think of it.
So he offers her a lift home/back to the club in a warm car, she drunkenly accepts, gets in, they drive off, she falls asleep, then he can take her to ORPFs without her even knowing and have his way with her.
<Modsnip - no evidence> Although we know PR was not discrete with his previous behaviours of servicing himself in public (on LS's road, oddly enough) and being a peeping tom, It seems unlikely he'd be able to persuade LS to go with him for that purpose in the little time they spent at the bench, in her drunken state, not to mention she would have been too drunk to consent legally.
(It's also remotely possible that they did go to ORPFs for the purpose of sex, but she then changed her mind to the dismay of PR leading to a struggle and her death.)
Only question this would leave is how could LS have gotten from the car park at the road entrance of ORPFs to the river bank? It's quite a distance, about 200 metres or so. If she thought PR was taking her home/back to The Welly, surely she would have been suspicious to wake up in a dark, wooded area? Maybe she was too drunk to think much of it but that seems unlikely; even when I've been straight up steaming I still have my wits about me.
Maybe he dragged/led her along and she tried to resist (would explain the screams) but she couldn't escape his grip.
Maybe to stop her screaming, he throttled her... and ended up killing her.
So he takes the body to the bushes or somewhere where it can't be found and flees in his car.
He cycles back later to move the body after looking on Google Maps for a good place to put it, and he takes it to the river and throws it in. He then cycles back the way he came; via Oak Road.
It wasnt me no. But i do remember it being reported in detail in HDM residents had said their houses were searched, every room, they looked under beds etc. I had a conversation with my husband about it at the time. It also said the police were returning later to those who were not in.
Sorry wasn't sure who said it. Do remember the poster saying police were thoroughly searching the houses, cupboards etc. very early on. Thanks.
I'm still looking for the quote saying her Dad was a retired policeman.
What has my life become.
Dang I am across the pond so I cannot volunteer.
They were definitely questioning residents close to Haworth street by Friday afternoon! Asking had they heard anything
An honest, noble quest. That's what.
It was reported early on, I'm sure. As we've seen tonight, it feels like a few details may have since been skimmed from some of the reports of that time.
That’s the one Girlie! An actual questionnaire for them to complete!
Let it go, move on
Ah ok, maybe I'm misunderstanding what is being discussed regarding the cctv (spidercam specifically) along the lines of 'If the police had that cctv, why did it take them the time it did to arrest PR?'.
Do we really think it's going to be a fair trial anyway?
Even on the flashing etc front. I wonder how many people will now be convinced PR flashed at them and it possibly wasn't him.
It seems like this thread already has him convicted of murder or manslaughter so I don't fancy his chances in a court.
I've just found a link o an article mentioning the questionnaire given to residents but it doesn't list the questions.
Tried linking but it just goes to the homepage of the website not the actual article.
Maybe they already knew who he was from the car license plate?
My friend lives on Blaydes Street, off Haworth. Her house was thoroughly searched on the Saturday morning, 2nd Feb.
I'm not sure.
You would hope they would be very cautious when selecting a jury.
I'd also guess that the vast majority of the general public are not as aware of as many details either (outside of Hull).
Think we're in the minority on here in that we actively look for information regarding LS.
I live in the area where his trial for his other offences is taking place and nobody I speak to is taking a great deal of notice of any of it to be fair.
I dont think ive ever personally seen the letter with the questions on. I do remember reading the comment about thats 5 wonder what the other 2 were though.
I wondered the same hence knowing ive never seen it.