Found Deceased UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #10

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  1. indicolite22

    indicolite22 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, but it wasn't trackable past the area where she was last seen, indicating that someone turned it off or disabled it there (if it didn't run out of battery, but the perp couldn't count on it). She had no reason to do it herself.
     
  2. BrianJohnson

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    If he showed his warrant card he would want to give the impression/assumption he is on duty to her though? plain clothes police/unmarked car etc
     
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    That's very recent. IMO it's a setting event but not necessarily a trigger for whatever his state of mind and decisions have been in recent months. I would say it may have contributed to escalation in his thoughts and actions (depending on the significance and value he placed (either positive or negative) on his relationship with his father), but IMO there will be significant history - just unknown if this history involved actions against others previously (or only escalation of thoughts) and the severity of these actions.
    IMO
     
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  4. PIUK

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    JMO but WC could have claimed a breakdown or something to get SE’s phone off her. He can then turn it off and dispose of it.

    I also think the white Astra is on purpose to represent himself as a police officer and gain trust. Additionally, using a hire car and not his own, could be arrogance believing it would be harder to ‘prove’ the DNA evidence and that it isn’t just circumstantial eg. SE had been in the car at another time. Whereas there would little to no chance she would have ever been his own cars. All JMO.

    This is all very close to home and my thoughts are with Sarah’s loved ones and everyone this has impacted.
     
  5. imstilla.grandma

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    One possibility I wondered about was whether she dropped the phone and smashed it (she’d just finished the call to her boyfriend, could have dropped it while putting it back in her pocket). He stopped to offer help, the rest is opportunistic.

    Do we think the time of the time of the final ping closely matches the time the phone was last on? If so the 9:30 final ping was before the time the car was seen with the doors open. But the ping may only show that the phone hadn’t moved into a different area while it was still on.
     
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    That corner of Poynders Road is a red route, meaning cars aren't allowed to stop there. Not that I understand his use of hazard lights.
     
  8. Tortoise

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    That corner of Poynders Road is a red route, meaning cars aren't allowed to stop there. Not that I understand his use of hazard lights.
     
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  9. SveJeMoguce

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    JMO MOO:
    - WC puts on his hazard lights and pretends his car has broken down
    - WC asks SE to borrow her phone to make a phone call to AA
    - WC shows SE his warrant card to gain her trust, and tells her he'll give her a lift home
    - SE trust WC and gets into the passenger side after giving WC her phone
    - WC incapacitates her once inside the vehicle

    After this I'm not sure.
     
  10. YellowSun

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    If he was coming off shift, was he in uniform?
     
  11. YellowSun

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    If he was coming off shift, was he in uniform?
     
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  12. juniper6

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    I find it highly unlikely that he played the “broken down guy” and the “plain clothes cop” in the same role. He had to be one or the other. A broken down on-duty cop with a warrant card needing help from a woman walking past is just ridiculous.
     
  13. BrianJohnson

    BrianJohnson Well-Known Member

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    Can a crowdfund be started please for a server upgrade? I will happily contribute, I am not sure if the site owner has money problems and can’t afford a server upgrade but it is badly badly needed, these crashes happen every day
     
  14. PomPom123

    PomPom123 Well-Known Member

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    That wording has been in several reports though and one would think it would be an easy thing for LE to check. I wonder if WC did drive SE home? Is it possible that a search of SE flat was carried out by LE without it being known about?
     
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  15. opalsqueak63

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    It comes from the Press Association, I noticed it says so at top of Irvine Times link
     
  16. imstilla.grandma

    imstilla.grandma Believer of Miracles

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    opalsqueak63 Well-Known Member

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    unlikely to be a typo - the article comes from PA - it says so at top of article.
     
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    Does anyone know whether SE had flatmates? I've not seen it mentioned (though struggling to keep up) but if she did, presumably they'd have noticed her coming home. I don't think the police would have centred the search (and search efforts of her loved ones) around Poynders Court & surrounds if they knew she had got all the way home. JMO.
     
  19. Bogyo13

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    Thanks so much!
    So hard to follow the threads in this case!
     
  20. Cannycat

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    there’s no evidence he did show his warrant card this is speculation
     
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