UK UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #7

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  1. Biadee

    Biadee Active Member

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    The killer of April Jones tried this, but was convicted of murder anyway. There was no body at all in that case.

    I suppose that assuming WC is the assailant, if the body is badly damaged (which it might not be) he could try to wriggle out of it but it would need to be a hell of a story. Whether it would succeed would depend on what evidence there is which we don’t know about - eg on the last CCTV sighting, whether they found any blood at the scene of abduction/accident which is consistent with his story.
     


  2. Commoner

    Commoner Well-Known Member

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    Yes, me and others

    The picture of her with the medal was posted on there. Strava is a kind of social media mainly for runners and cyclists, and you can choose whether you keep activities private, have them 'followers only' or open to everyone. You can add a privacy zone if you want to obscure the exact start/end point of runs that you otherwise want to share.

    Seeing where in the Clapham/Brixton/Tulse Hill area she frequented was much discussed in the earlier threads, including information from her public Strava, when she was still a missing person. But it's not really going to add anything now.
     
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    yes please! That would be really helpful! As for a gist there is a timeline floating around somewhere - hopefully someone will be able to find it quicker than me
     
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    MSM in the DM now suggesting that WC may have been followed by undercover armed officers for some time in the run up to his arrest. Also suggesting that he may have been allowed to continue working to avoid spooking him.

    As per my post in the previous thread I believe that the Met have played a blinder here. They’ve clearly had him as a POI for a significant time but have waited to give them the best chance of recovering SE alive or deceased and also to ensure that they can pursue proper charges relating to Murder etc.
     
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    DBM
     
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    Removed
     
  7. Alethea

    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    There are so many new members, maybe it's time for some thread-etiquette. This is just my opinion on how to get the most out of the great WS community.

    When you post, it isn't a private conversation. Even if you are replying to someone. Try to make your comments relevant to the entire thread. If your only comment is to say you disagree with someone else, maybe you can reframe it into a general post about your own opinion (which may differ from others!). But when you just quote someone and argue back and forth, the thread goes off the rails. One of the rules here is not to personalize and making general posts with your thoughts is a great way to stay on track. If someone makes a post that criticizes you personally, do your best to ignore it. The natural inclination is to defend yourself but then you are participating in going off the rails. I've had more complaints from posters here about my legal abilities based on posts they disagreed with than from my own clients. But you just have to let it roll. :cool:

    If you find someone else's post offensive or distasteful, just ignore them. Report it if you must but remember that each time you click "Report," it means a mod will have to take the time to review your report and make a decision to delete that post. Is it something serious that should be reported? Great, report it. Thank you for noticing it. Is it just a post you disagree with that does not violate TOS? Maybe just scroll on and ignore the poster. But whatever you do, please do not quote the post and make your comment about it. It just doubles the work for the mods.

    Here's another tip: keep a little notebook or document on your computer for your own notes. If you do some sleuthing that is outside of TOS that can't be discussed here, make a note of it privately. Once MSM reports your scoop, you are then free to share what you found or your opinion on it. This has helped me a lot to stay within TOS even while I am privately scoping out property records or other things we can't discuss.
     
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    I did some GIS/criminal geographic data processing and it turns out the centre-point of five currently missing young women (I included SE for data) is a location protected by WC's unit. It's Chequers.

    Red points are last seen locations of missing girls. Green points are locations protected by WC's unit.

    Am trying to get this to the police, though I'd be surprised if they're not doing similar analysis.
     

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    Hard agree

    I too think they weren’t known to each other because of the lack of overlapping demographics, but maybe the person you replied to could find a way of saying that without sounding so freaking classist
     
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    Hi, new user here.
    I have been following this thread for the last couple of days.
    One thing I am confused with is the hire car. Any info where and when it was hired, what car it was? I saw images of 2 vehicles being removed from the property but it seems they were both owned. Was the hire car taken to his home address?
    Sorry if I’ve missed something, there are so many posts. Thank you
     
  12. MrsKierkegaard

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    Have to agree with this. Most of us know people from all walks of life and this is especially the case in a place like London. While it’s unlikely they had enough in common to be having some sort of relationship their paths could easily have crossed in theory - especially considering how charming and deceptive he is.

    His wife is an educated professional and she’s not just a casual acquaintance or hook up so presumably there must have been some sort of appeal (urgh!).
     
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    Not as surprising as you might think

    Contempt or 'Sub-Judice' Rules | Channel 4

    MSM reporting on what LE activity can be seen is OK, as is their sleuthing people connected with the case. But reports from within the investigation are highly dodgy unless it is an authorised statement.
     
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    It looks like WC studied a map for abandoned buildings along his route to work before he kidnapped a victim.
     
  17. suzyjackson

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    That's interesting but also worrying, what if she could have been saved if they'd questioned him earlier?
     
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    Link?
     
  19. Herat

    Herat Way out West

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    Re: A Fitbit or other personal health tracker

    Would it be possible for LE to download the data from a Fitbit or other such device without having her phone?

    I remember one case where the Fitbit heart rate for a missing woman timed exactly when she was assaulted as her heart rate suddenly increased.

    Do we know if he had a fitness tracker?
     
  20. Rosegold68

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    more private ambulances?? surely only one is required here?
     
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