Found Deceased UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #11

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  1. Call_me_web_sloth

    Call_me_web_sloth Well-Known Member

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    Sorry! Just realised you posted a similar thing!
     
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  2. Gibbo214

    Gibbo214 Former Member

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    Yes, but the fact remains that it was a serving police officer who has been charged and people are quite entitled to feel rage at that without being labelled radical.
    So many men think that IE is just a bit of a lad thing to be shocked by but to giggle at.
     
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    I like to think someone passing or overlooking would notice something odd happening and call 999 hours before boyfriend logged her missing with the police.
     
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    I like to imagine what this vigil would have been like if there had been no police or police vans present. I imagine it would have been peaceful, sombre, and beautiful.
     
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    Well yes, don't think he will get away with any of those. If he tried to hide the body or cover things up that surely proves he had reason at those times?
     
  6. Whitehall 1212

    Whitehall 1212 Verified Law Enforcement and SAR (UK)

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    As far as I am aware he wasn't a close protection officer. That is an even more specialised role than his PaDP role.
     
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    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    Yes and I realize this is a particularly American point of view but I think the British people should be outraged that their press is gagged when a Met police officer is charged with a very serious offense and other Met officers are being investigated by internal affairs. You have UK tabloids that print absolute trash about everyone’s private lives but they can’t investigate a police officer charged with murder? An archaic and outdated law IMO particularly when it relates to matter of public importance. I realize the US Bill of Rights was partially in response to the lack of protections in the common law at the time so the situation in the UK is not the same as here in the US but IMO it should be more open.
     
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    I didn't mean it like that - I meant are people saying the white astra COULD be the hire car because they saw one on CCTV or are there any links or sources that confirm it?
     
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    This is very much MOO and possibly far fetched. I don’t believe she knew him as such, but there is some possibility she had come across him in a professional capacity before and therefore ‘trusted’ him.
    Although I do come back to the fact I don’t think she’d have got in voluntarily...
    (all my opinions just voicing my thoughts)

    I hope her family get some answers... :(
     
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    The wording of the report may not be perfect but I think it can be assumed that if it says he started a 12 hour shift at 7pm - then he completed a 12 hour shift. Because it doesn't say he didn't. It doesn't say "he started a 12 hour shift at 7pm but got sick and had to finish early". It says he started a 12 hour shift and was then on leave until 8th March. IMO
     
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    To add to other posters point that it was stated in court that it was a white Astra hired from Dover. A uber booking would have been picked up on the phone history (we know the last ping was from her phonecall to the partner). I don't think the perp needed to use uber as a guise when he probably had a warrant card and sheer weight and force over the victim. MOO
     
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    Yes. That's why I don't think it would or could be applied in this case. There's too many instances that go against it.
     
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    Hi - it was in media reports of court today I believe. JMO. This one doesn't specifically say it was a hire car but I believe other reports did if anyone has the link

    Timeline of Sarah Everard’s disappearance
     
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    I thought this. I wonder if he put her in the boot... Hideous.
     
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    I'm pretty sure the hire car would have been forensically examined and evidence of how he incapacitated her found.
    He could well have hurt her as you speculated.
     
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    Thank you. Will do some more research on the White Astra, I've only just read about it on the thread recently - I had no clue they released any information about the hire car.
     
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    Whcih
    Which journo? I’d like to read the tweet
     
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    Jenesaisquoi Well-Known Member

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    Yes. Do we know that LE have the hire car?

    I was wondering if ‘kidnap by force’ legally rules out ‘kidnap by fraud’? Could he be found not guilty of that charge if he later stated he had tricked her into the car, for example.
     
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