Found Deceased UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019 #17 *ARREST*

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  1. jamjim

    jamjim Well-Known Member

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    I thought that. He did that when he was sentenced last time too!
     


  2. LillyGrace

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    June????? Next year???? Whaaaat, that’s ages away!!
     
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  3. Newthoughts

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    What a horrible date - it covers the period where Libby would have been getting her results and going to her graduation.

    Instead of proudly hearing graduation speeches about going forward into the world to live her parents will have to listen to that.
     
  4. jamjim

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    I didn't even think about that. How awful for her family :(
     
  5. Kelumbo

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    He’s spit his dummy out because he can’t get his kink on anymore, perv
     
  6. jamjim

    jamjim Well-Known Member

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    It's usually quite a while between court appearances. In the Grace Millane case, the suspect pleaded not guilty on 16th January this year, and the trial begins next week (4th November).
     
  7. CrazyLilBlondie

    CrazyLilBlondie Well-Known Member

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    I mean, where would he go?! :p

    Also, as he is technically "in custody" for this case. When (if) he gets sentenced for the murder of Libby, would they count this as time served? Or would be begin the full sentence after his current sentence finishes?
     
  8. jamjim

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  9. Cherwell

    Cherwell Ice Cream

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    Are they even allowed to wear their own clothes in prison? Remember he's not on remand any more.
     
  10. jamjim

    jamjim Well-Known Member

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    You are correct. My bad!
     
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  11. Little Nicki

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    We can't discuss SM on here and post was deleted pretty quick anyway - by the group I imagine -
    Most jails allow prisoners to wear their own clothes, both remanded and convicted prisoners. As long as they have someone to bring stuff in for them - Items are limited to amount you can have and most allow a swap at least once a year for seasonal reasons.
     
  12. Newthoughts

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    For reasons I can't explain the fact he has a female interpretor had upset me. I don't think he should be allowed to be near women ever again. I know that's totally stupid and irrational but it just seems wrong.
     
  13. astheworldfallsdown

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    I have to admit that bothered me as well.
    That and the 'good boy' glasses.
    I mean, I know he probably needs them to see but for some reason it really annoys me, that he's trying to look like a goody goody or something. JMO
     
  14. Mommysleuth11

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    Hoping that could backfire on him eventually. Can he not see very well without them?
    I remember a memeber saying he didnt have his glasses at his first appearance. Is there a minute chance Humberside Police gained possession of them after the many many hours of searching Oak Road. Heres hoping eh...
     
  15. EricaAmbrose1

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    @mummtsleuth 11
    .Another poster was at the magistrates court in Hull for PR first appearance on the other charges.I think she noted he was not wearing glasses then . He was pictured on SM in many pictures wearing black framed glasses.That may have been as whole ago
    In later court appearances he's seen wearing the silver framed ones. Could be insignificant. Or could be that he lost the black framed ones on Februsry 1st and be significant where he lost them and how?.
     
  16. Cherwell

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    I don't see what difference it makes. Interpreters are only there to translate.
     
  17. Cherwell

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    I take it you don't need glasses yourself? They are just a necessity for many people, I'm afraid.
     
  18. LillyGrace

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    I also don’t think the female interpreter is an issue. Let’s face it he’s never going to get his hands on another woman again and that’s all that matters. Clearly a very sick individual has been taken off our streets & surely that’s way more important than the gender of the person translating his sentence to him.
     
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  19. Newthoughts

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    Yep. Hence the use of the qualifying
    Statement "I know that's stupid and irrational" which you seem to have missed
     
  20. jamjim

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    In fairness, no-one has stated that the gender of the translator is more important than getting him off of the streets? We all have different views about things. That's why I like this place. :)
     

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