Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by tesni, Mar 5, 2021.
I havent read it - I live in another country
Agree. There wasn’t exactly blood everywhere and in the later cctv at the service station his trousers (cringe) appear to be the same and look clean. I thought that when seeing that cctv. However why would HIS blood be in the car? I hope she hurt him.
Yes, many subjects I'm not well versed in and I need to learn about. I actually know very little about a lot of things including crime / law / forensics etc which is why I enjoy this website to learn about it.
Mobile phone knowledge comes from working for a couple of the mobile network providers, my whole career is in computers / technology so well versed in those subjects.
Debts - personal experience from making a mess of my own finances in the past (several times over).
Speaking of debts. Is his wife now left with these debts? Presumably he won’t be responsible for them any more.
You would make an excellent money management adviser!
These posts were fantastic!
It depends if they are divorced.
If not, she must pay.
Of course, they might have had property separation, in this case she neednt.
I cannot recall exactly where or when , but wasn't he questioned as to how he got some scratches on his head and he replied that it had been his dog ?
Yes that could explain his blood. I’m not sure I want to imagine how she may have managed to hurt him.
Not criminal when I was last in UK!
Coronavirus: What powers do police have if people break Covid rules?
12 Jan 2021
What are the fines for breaking Covid rules?
The police have a legal duty to make sure the rules are enforced, alongside council, environmental health and trading standards officers.
Postcode check: Find out the rules where you live
If you break coronavirus regulations, you could get a fixed penalty notice , the Covid equivalent of a traffic offence like speeding.
How do police enforce Covid rules?
Police chiefs have followed a system called "The Four Es". Before fines are issued to rule-breakers, police will first:
Engage with people, to ask why they appear to be breaking the rules
Explain the law, stressing the risks to public health and the NHS
Encourage them to change their behaviour
The fourth "E" is "Enforce" by issuing penalty notices, as a last resort.
Covid rule-breakers are now "increasingly likely" to be fined by officers, the Metropolitan Police commissioner Dame Cressida Dick has said.
I try to keep to the facts but is there no end to the evil this bloke has created? He's managed to blight the next generation's lives too, saddling the family with debt as well as having to live with all the baggage that's going to come from this.
thoughts on this?
A reason why his misogyny would slip under the net.
Also this -
“at least 15 serving or former police officers have killed women since 2009”
Calling Wayne Couzens A ‘Family Man’ Is A Dangerous Smokescreen
What if I said I am not surprised.
I see what you mean!
Sarah Everard murder: Wayne Couzens falsely arrested and handcuffed victim
The case prompted national outrage and sparked protests about violence against women, particularly as walking was one of the few activities to have been allowed during Britain's coronavirus lockdown.
He will still be responsible for any debts in his name even if in prison, no escaping them which is quite right really.
Reality is he won't be able to pay them, the companies he owes will continuing to take action against him in terms of filing a default then a CCJ and potentially bankruptcy which will allow them to recover what they can from his assets. Any significant assets in his name could be acquired under bankruptcy to pay for those debts.
I imagine the house is under joint ownership with his wife and so even though he is in prison, he basically owns half the house and bankruptcy may force the sale of that property to liquidate the money and pay his creditors.
He could have signed over his share of the house to his wife which I hope has already happened, but reality is that it can remain as his legal asset even with a whole life term sentence if he chooses that.
Oh and just to add, he will forfeit his police pension of course, but only the contributions made into it by the police force. Any contributions he made personally from his wages will not be forfeited.
Great to see you back Whitehall. Hope you have been well
From the Sun July 2021 - It also emerged 12 police officers are being investigated by the Independent Office for Police Conduct over matters relating to the case.
Channel 4 news had an interesting article about recruitment/vetting via the CNC tonight. Link on youtube -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5yeYwOByQQ
Thank you for your kind words. It's good to be back....it's been a busy time.
I hope all is well with you
anyone else think the debts accumulated were part of the plan? I think he had always fantasized about raping and murdering a woman and planned to not even bother trying to get away with it. so he just spent money as he pleased as he knew one day it wouldn't matter...