Found Deceased UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #13

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  1. Tealgrove

    Tealgrove #Where Is Summer? #Gannon Is My Hero

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    With respect to the statement that the autopsy was inconclusive as to how SE died I think it’s important to remember that we have no idea of the condition of the body.

    If the body was burned, it could well be impossible to determine much of anything.

    If any body parts were missing the same could apply.

    MOO
     
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  2. Commoner

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    A major principle of English justice is that it is open, but that does not mean that public galleries will be open as normal during a pandemic. Press might be restricted to one 'pool' reporter, to maintain SD in the courtroom, for as long as there are restrictions on how many people can be in one room for any length of time
     
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  3. asyousay

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    The Old Bailey is open so if we are out of the pandemic then i can’t see why not.



    But I assume this case will draw mass public attention so you may not even get a seat as they would be quite limited from my understanding.
     
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    I meant for any other charges, not the gravest (where he is already in the judicial system under his own name)
     
  5. Lizziebo

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    It’s all happening so quickly, isn’t it? Or is magistrates to plea hearing normally so fast? Unless I’m being previous and it’s just procedural?
     
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    The Sun is broadcasting live now outside the visitors’ entrance to The Old Bailey:
    Probably hoping they’ll glimpse the family if the accused is not going to appear in person (IMO).
     
  7. Joolz1975

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    Oh sorry I get you.

    Edited to delete something I cant find a link for so best to say nothing :D
     
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    imstilla.grandma Believer of Miracles

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    This is normal I thought but I will wait for somebody else to tell me if I am wrong :)


    You are still at least a year or longer because of the backlog of cases being delayed (covid) before this reaches trial i would of thought. imo
     
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    Not what it says on the Court Listings as I previously posted.
     
  11. elliefant

    elliefant Numpty

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    We might not get a plea today

    What will happen at Wayne Couzens' next court appearance in Sarah Everard case
    Sarah Everard: What will happen at Wayne Couzens' next court appearance

    Why did he appear at a magistrates’ court?
    Suspects charged with a serious crime, namely an indictable-only offence, cannot be tried by magistrates. The inevitable question has been asked, therefore, why Couzens appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

    All criminal cases begin at magistrates’ court regardless of the seriousness of the crime. This first appearance at a court is known as a preliminary hearing.

    What will happen at the Old Bailey?
    Couzens is listed to appear at the Central Criminal Court, known as the Old Bailey, on Tuesday.

    A defendant whose case is sent to a Crown Court will be asked to plead guilty or not guilty to each charge on their indictment.

    It is often the case, though, that a defendant is not arraigned at their first Crown Court appearance. In this instance, a future date will be set for a plea and trial preparation hearing (PTPH).
     
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    I don't belive SE body was dismembered. I remembered reading "remains " were found but later changed to body.I think they regretted saying remains,as it led to unnecessary speculation IMO. They also said SE WAS identified by dental records,not HAD TO BE identified by dental records.A difference IMO.
     
  13. Joolz1975

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    No that could be some time away I think.
     
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    Today won't be a plea hearing.
     
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    Those were my thoughts too. If the body was burned or incomplete, that would also explain why they couldn‘t use fingerprints for identification.

    What is more, as horrible as it sounds, carrying the whole body in the bag through the woods would be heavy and suspicious to others. So he might have separated body parts and dumped the others in the river.
     
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    I doubt SE's fingerprints were in the system for comparison. Dental records may be fastest way if available.
     
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    Thanks. I‘m not British, but in my country your fingerprints are taken when you get a passport. That is why I assumed that they must have her finger prints.
     
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    We definitely don’t do this in the U.K. when we get passports :)
     
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