I'm wondering how likely it is that we will find out about any previous offences, or dodgy behaviour, leading up to these crimes. As he's pled guilty, does that mean they are more likely to focus solely on the crimes he's pled guilty of, since these alone will remove him from the public and keep him safely locked away likely for the rest of his life? They might view it as a waste of resources to be trying to seek out information about other crimes or antisocial behaviour, when they have enough (to put him away) without digging into anything further. I have seen it work this way in another country where they did not pursue other charges, even though there was evidence, because the one that they had airtight was sufficient for the outcome the public needed. In this case, as WC was a police officer, there may be even more pressure not to look too deeply because of the embarrassment and outrage that it could even happen. I raise this because I, like many others here, feel what we are seeing now is the result of a downward spiral and it's my opinion there are other victims out there. Maybe not murder victims, but assault victims. I want to know if by pleading guilty, he will have likely swept any other crimes under the carpet and kept them from the public eye.