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

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  1. canbereached

    canbereached Active Member

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    IMO pointing out possibilities here.
     
  2. Nikynoo

    Nikynoo Verified Attorney - United Kingdom

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    Yes.
     
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  3. Sleepysleuther

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    can you point me to where this was first mentioned or a picture? I missed the bit about a car with two doors open, was this on Poynders Road?
     
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    Friday was the day he reported suffering from stress according to TIMELINE
     
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  5. Emerald1991

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    He could have had them both open, pretending to tinker with the car etc, and wait for Sarah to pass who he could start a conversation with / quickly grab and incapacitate and force into the car while the door was open and then jump in himself. JMO
     
  6. Nikynoo

    Nikynoo Verified Attorney - United Kingdom

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    But they are taken from opposite the house yes? So the poster must have access?
     
  7. juniper6

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    It was a hire car. It would have been factory standard.
     
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    Herat Way out West

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    Agree
     
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  10. Nikynoo

    Nikynoo Verified Attorney - United Kingdom

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    Just to note, if you are on leave, you can still phone in sick and reclaim that days leave (well, you can in the public sector).
     
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    https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/uk-sa...-these-streets-duchess-of-cambridge-1.5948933

    ''Mourners including the Duchess of Cambridge visited a memorial for London murder victim Sarah Everard on Saturday as police warned that vigils to pay tribute and to protest about violence against women would breach COVID-19 restrictions.

    Police told organizers of events planned in London and around the country to pay tribute to Everard that public gatherings would be in breach of COVID-19 restrictions and could lead to fines up to 10,000 pounds ($17,400 Cdn).

    Organizers at Reclaim These Streets said they had cancelled a vigil on Clapham Common in south London near where Everard, 33, was last seen. Numerous other planned vigils around the country also followed suit and cancelled.''
     
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    I’ve done some googling and Astra’s can have black mirrors.
    And it seems the cheapest mirrors to buy as parts are black (at least with the results I’m getting in my country) so if the mirrors aren’t black as standard they could be if repaired.
    JMO
     

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    Ok, I see, is that a police thing, I've never worked anywhere that people called in sick in advance
     
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    I agree, I would expect it to say he completed a 12 hour shift at 7am in March 3rd before going on leave
     
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    You’re allowed to leave your house for a reasonable excuse which could be exercise, popping to the shop etc etc. There’d be no reason to be stopped just for being outside alone not near anybody else, and I don’t know of any one who’s been questioned for being outside alone. But that’s just IMO
     
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    She lived alone and had likely formed a bubble, given her family lives in York. What an insensitive, horrible comment
     
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    Where is the black roof on this photo?!?
     

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    I'm a bit perplexed about this "foreign student" comment in regards to the bright clothing, which I gues is the green jacket and shoes.
     
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    2 doors of the car seen open. A possibility is that he opened the passenger door and told her to get in but then opened his door when she didn’t.
     
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    If police are sick, on days that should be leave they can cancel the leave and have them as sick, I know this because a police officer I follow on Twitter recently cancelled leave for sick after being injured.
     
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