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

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  1. Columboshound

    Columboshound Well-Known Member

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    True. I have noted that there has only been quote from a stepmother not his real Mother, and this could be potentially result in for example abandonment issues which may lead to hatred of women, or trauma from death etc. MOO JMO What are your thoughts on this?

    I definitely also think the eastern European marriage to a woman who couldn’t speak English lends credence to theories of objectifying women. Maybe he was hoping for a woman who is more obedient as per the stereotype although in reality it appears his wife is very intelligent and capable given her profession and education. MOO

    Also JMO I get the impression he’s had limited experience with women other than his marriage. His jobs have been male based (mechanic, territorial army etc). He is a short ginger guy, doubt he got much female attention when younger JMO MOO and maybe has built himself up with steroids and so on to try and boost himself mentally and physically and maybe he suffered low self esteem. All MOO.

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www....ouzens-from-cop-to-sarah-everard-suspect/amp/
     


  2. Jimmy Pats

    Jimmy Pats Well-Known Member

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    the garden work referenced on MSM is that he had built or was building a pond in back garden. I think he gave a neighbour some surplus materials. But it does seem forensics are spending a long time in the house and I’m sure if there is suspicious evidence of disturbed earth they will investigate
     
  3. Loobyloo2

    Loobyloo2 Former Member

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    Has anyone else thought of going onto street view and panning in all the bushes near the garage where Wayne worked in previous years. Anyone care to join me. Google Maps
     
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    Loobyloo2 Former Member

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    Address of the garage, Centre Road, Dover, Kent, CT17 9DY
     
  5. ClaireNC

    ClaireNC Well-Known Member

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    Hey PurplePixii good to see you! This one brought me out of the woodwork too and I live an ocean away.
     
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  6. Blondiexoxo

    Blondiexoxo Studying Forensic Psychology BSc hons

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    When we look at what causes people to commit these type of crimes it is usually a culmination of years of build up, sometimes from childhood abuse or neglect, a hatred of women due to a bad relationship with females in their life, belief that every woman in his life has ‘betrayed’ him perhaps by cheating or abandonment. A history of compulsive sexual behaviour such as a pornography obsession that causes some individuals to view women as little more than sexual objects which in turn leads to them having problems with interpersonal relationships with women.

    This grows over time with every little inconvenience they believe has been caused by a woman, every time they an argument with a spouse or female relative, every time a female colleague makes a sly remark, their hatred for women grows and culminates in them achieving sexual gratification whilst fantasising about those they dislike, or them getting pleasure from exposing themselves in public and making women squirm. This part is what some can control and others can’t because sometimes it leads to physical attacks on females that is usually part of a pent up rage and despise of the opposite sex. They feel they cannot control it but getting their sexual pleasure is what relieves the tension, the more tension that builds up, the more dangerous the deviant becomes. But the relief is only short lived, and their ‘next time’ has to be bigger and better. It’s like a heroin addict chasing their first high.
     
  7. Armchair_Investigator

    Armchair_Investigator New Member

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    I’m not sure if this may have been covered already, my apologies if it has. I have tried to read all threads from the beginning prior to posting my first ever post.

    Has anyone else made the connection between the head injury of WC and the discovery of human remains seeming to occur at the same time? Both at 8pm 10th March. Is it possible that when WC learned of this - the head injury was a reaction to realising that he was in deep trouble..? It just seems to me in MOO like that one particular action is that of someone probably guilty...
     
  8. UKslueth2018

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    LL- I think we all are struggling to detach, cant imagine what it’s like when it’s so close to you!! Just wanted to thank you for all your updates, sorry it seems the press are ripping off your info but wanted you to know I appreciate them and trust your info way more than the press!! thanks again for updating us! Enjoy your coffee xxx
     
  9. Purplepixii

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    Hey, long time no speak ClaireNC! Great to see a friendly face :)
     
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  10. cbeagle

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    Don't think those numbers are correct.

    One officer works 48weeks x 40 hours/week = 1,920 hours per year.
    So each officer can look at 1,920 crimes in a year for an hour each.
    800,000 crimes in a year / 1,920 = 416.6 officers

    For each officer looking at a crime for a day the number would be 3,333.
     
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  11. OrlandoJames

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    It’s a logical route to get from Clapham to the Kent coast. If I were starting from Charing Cross, I’d probably take the A2 from Elephant and Castle rather than go down to Clapham for the A205, but they both get you there.
     
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    Google Maps

    The slightly slower route but the route that takes us past all the other mapped points of interest...
     
  13. Columboshound

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    Even more keen to find out why we haven’t heard from a Mother only a step mother... I’m guessing a highly traumatic past with abandonment resulting in hatred of women, (not that any of this justifies his actions obviously before someone jumps in and claims I’m blaming women in his life for his actions) JMO MOO IMO
     
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    Were they actually at the same time though?

    They seem to have been reported quite close together but i'd assume the remains had been found much earlier?

    This is in reply to Armchair_Investigator
     
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    We know he was busy building a pond. Some neighbor said he'd given him some timber.
     
  16. RapunzelUK

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    Perhaps she isn't alive, or quite understandably does not want to talk about it.
     
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  18. Columboshound

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    Well he wouldn’t find out about them immediately. Plus the head banging will possibly have been after he had been questioned et.
     
  19. Columboshound

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    Perhaps. Which is why as I said I’m keen to know and find out more.
     
  20. infinit

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    Do we know exactly where the body was found out of curiosity? If so would anyone be able to pin it on Google maps? Unsure if I am on to someething.
     
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