Found Deceased UK - Sarah Everard, 33, London - Clapham Common area, 3 March 2021 *Arrests* #9

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  1. LeopardLeotard

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    *garage-ey lol
     


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    Bit of an insensitive time and location for a training exercise IMHO!
     
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    To add, both tents now have lights on x
     
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    "something garage" made my day. I will now say this to describe things. :D
     
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    Possibly yes but still difficult to follow how he would find that specific spot. There must be so many others and if you decide to hide a body (can’t bring myself to write what the police said earlier this week) quite some way from where you live (I guess that’s the logical thing to do) then there are probably better places.

    As far as I know the property was still up for sale and while they haven’t managed to sell in years there is always a chance someone is interested and wants to have a tour. Or even the owners might go there frequently to check everything is ok or they might use it as a storage facility.

    I think I’m just thinking too much about it as it’s so close.
     
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    I'm exhausted, this leopard needs a nap lol xxx
     
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    I don't believe she was an accessory. I think it more likely that his wife provided WC with an alibi that proved to be false. She likely told police that he was home all evening when in-fact he was allegedly out murdering a young woman. His wife was soon released on bail -- waiting for an April court appearance. MOO
     
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    I feel the same and the fact is most of the police are good people who want to help and are trying hard to do that with limited resources. Most walk towards danger and risk their lives for others daily - think of the late PC Andrew Harper who went into the police as he always knew he wanted to help people, sadly though others (like WC) seem to go into the police because they want the control/power, a veil of respectability and access to/trust of people, especially more vulnerable people:( He knew women would trust him as a police man, he probably knew he could stop and talk to any lone women and by showing his badge/warrant card their guard would be down.
     
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    If this was the case, you'd think he could've done a better job of it without getting found out within a week.
     
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    This was my thinking previously but not so sure anymore as I think they would be searching this place too?
    I know they may not think any evidence of Sarah would be there but possibly for other crimes? I think all premises associated with WC would be searched and apart from the search around Poynders Court I haven’t seen any evidence of any London residences being searched.
     
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    Thanks Ted, you always give fantastic insight, I remember you from mm and cb discussions, alas I have got extremely behind with that one, I may dip in again when this quietens down!
     
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    My fingers won't go as fast as my brain unfortunately lol x
     
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    Believe me you're not behind!
    Just a lot of sleuthing going nowhere, (still good to discuss though) nothing really new since last August x
     
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    The box thing is in the video further down in this article, well done sloth! X
     
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    Probably a variety of things...place thats very infrequently visited by public, place with roads that lead up to it that don’t have cameras, somewhere that’s relatively accessible on his route so he can explain being in locality if questioned. But yes I know what you mean, a lot of his decisions haven’t been logical and as we can’t see in his head (probably a good thing) it leaves many questions unanswered...
     
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    I am wondering if they are literally going to take every item from the house, every item from his locker, every item from his car etc. Even things that seem unrelated, spoons from the kitchen, wheelbarrow from the garden.... They cannot be seen to miss anything. This isn't a normal case. They MUST search every possible location and even gather every piece of rubbish because it is the reputation of the met on the line. This is not a normal case, not a normal investigation and if anyone even suggests they weren't thorough because it's one of their own then there will be so much trouble for them. There will be police colleagues fearing for their own jobs, open to criticism, even Cressida Dicks will be worried of the ramifications. No stone will be left unturned, regardless of whether there's 1 body or 100 bodies. I don't think we can judge the behaviour of the police and press in this case in the same manner that we would any other case. MOO.
     
  20. LeopardLeotard

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    Yes bit of a standstill, I will get stuck back in as soon as time allows x
     
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