UK UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #8

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Sarah Everard, 33, vanished as she walked home to Brixton, south London, from the Clapham Junction area.

She spoke to her partner en route but has not been heard from since about 21:30 GMT, friend Rose Woollard said.

Sarah Everard: Police 'increasingly concerned' for Brixton woman

https://twitter.com/LambethMPS/status/1367784499237576704?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^1367784499237576704|twgr^|twcon^s1_c10&ref_url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-56281473

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@Parmalade absolutely! We understand each other don't worry :) You're quite right. With everything going on I'm losing focus on what evidence is required for all the charges!
 

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Just a quick opinion linking the incidents:
If WCs indecent exposure was at a drive through, they collect license plates when giving out meals to the correct cars. Obviously if this wasnt followed up properly by LE, it goes under the radar.
Fast forward 4 days, and a woman goes missing. Same license plate is spotted in the area she was last seen by the bus' CCTV footage, links the 2 cases.
 

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They could charge him with indecent exposure and remand him in custody pending trial, with covid good chance trial not for a year or more with backlog so lot of time to question him on/build murder case

Pawel Relowicz was charged with indecent exposure while they built case against him for Libby

A sole charge of indecent exposure with possible charges for the kidnapping and murder later on down the line would have a number of unhelpful consequences. One being that the police and CPS will most likely want the indecency offence to form part of the same trial along with any charges of kidnapping and murder, as it can demonstrate recent prior criminal conduct/mindset, motive, MO etc. To charge the IE at a separate time could mean that it is dealt with at court in isolation.

Rest assured that the police have been doing a shed load of work in the background and will continue to do so by identifying, recovering, collating and linking the evidence sufficient for the CPS to authorise charges for the kidnapping and murder.

The SIO will be liaising very closely with the CPS prosecutor, who will be reviewing the evidence until he/she is confident that it meets the evidential element of the the CPS two stage test for a charge to be authorised. The prosecutor will be advising on areas of evidence which need strengthening and the SIO and her officers will be addressing these.
 
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Sorry, I can't remember who wanted this - it was at the end of the last thread
Examples of the type of conduct appropriate for a charge of assisting an offender include:

  • hiding a principal offender;
  • otherwise assisting a principal offender to avoid arrest;
  • assisting a principal offender to abscond from bail;
  • lying to the police to protect principal offenders from investigation and prosecution;
  • hiding the weapon used in an assault/robbery;
  • washing clothes worn by a principal offender to obstruct any potential forensic examination.
Perverting the Course of Justice
The offence of Perverting the Course of Justice is committed when an accused:

  • does an act or series of acts;
  • which has or have a tendency to pervert; and
  • which is or are intended to pervert;
  • the course of public justice.
The offence is contrary to common law and triable only on indictment. It carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment and/or a fine. The course of justice must be in existence at the time of the act(s). The course of justice starts when:

  • an event has occurred, from which it can reasonably be expected that an investigation will follow;
  • investigations which could/might bring proceedings have actually started; or
  • proceedings have started or are about to start.
Public Justice Offences incorporating the Charging Standard | The Crown Prosecution Service
 
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A sole charge of indecent exposure with possible charges for the kidnapping and murder later on down the line would have a number of unhelpful consequences. One being that the police and CPS will most likely want the indecency offence to form part of the same trial along with any charges of kidnapping and murder, as it can demonstrate recent prior criminal conduct/mindset, motive, MO etc. To charge the IE at a separate time could mean that it is dealt with at court in isolation.

Rest assured that the police have been doing a shed load of work in the background and will continue to do so, collecting the evidence sufficient for the CPS to authorise charges for the kidnapping and murder.

The SIO will be liaising very closely with the CPS prosecutor, who will be reviewing the evidence until he/she is confident that it meets the evidential element of the the CPS two stage test. The prosecutor will be advising on areas of evidence which need strengthening and the SIO and her officers will be addressing these.

I just hope they find all of the evidence they need. Given he’s a cop and forensically aware plus the delay in his arrest and thus sufficient time to clean up. Then the fact there’s been no sightings or known CCTV with him and Sarah together... all very concerning although I guess Cressida wouldn’t have said he was the guy if there wasn’t enough evidence
 

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@Parmalade They won’t go to the CPS for any charging decisions until they’re happy they either haven’t got enough evidence to charge him for murder at the minute or his PACE clock is running out, to keep him in this long they need to go to Magistrates court to apply for an extension.
dont they need a definite id for the remains before charging?
 
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