UK UK - Suzy Lamplugh, 25, Fulham, 28 July 1986

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  1. dotr

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  2. FCA

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    We don’t know she went to the pub on Friday, with her boyfriend, that’s the thing. Things have changed, NB: book. Others at time seemed to have thought she never went there on Friday, only restaurant next door, so this is all supported.

    The diary is the key some think.
     
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    No record, she had a boyfriend on a sailing course in Corsica at time, so maybe him. Interesting you bring up as acting landlord also had her postcard. Whilst the diary & chequebook didn’t have her name, together with her address, this will have done & she lived really close.
     
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    I still don't see how anyone would have learned the [acting] landlord would have had the items if he hadn't admitted it and phoned the bank.
     
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    The old wikipedia article said:
    "There was a similar case in 2006 involving a 48-year-old female estate agent in Wiltshire who met a client called Mr. Herring. She was attacked with a sharp object, causing cuts to her arm, and was pushed to the ground, but managed to free herself. The assailant ran away. Police have said there is no connection between this case and the disappearance of Lamplugh"

    It references this BBC article: BBC NEWS | UK | England | Wiltshire | Estate agent assaulted at house

    It just simply says police have no reason to connect the two, but does not say why they think that.
    Both are female estate agents having appointments scheduled with fish ( :) ) and end up attacked or missing.
     
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    The blank cheques in her chequebook would of had her name on them surely? Ok her address wouldn't be on them but her initials and her surname would be.

    As for the postcard maybe someone had sent it to Suzy at her office address rather than her home?
     
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    Thanks. I wonder if we will ever know.
     
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    Disgraceful. JMO
     
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    That was really sad seeing her say goodbye to her children in the reconstruction. Any thoughts on the recording of the man who phoned in?
     
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    They said he was local and may have known something about the murder - he mentioned a link to a watery grave just two days before she was found near Water gate farm
     
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    To be clear, the reason I mentioned the card was that Clive said 'I phoned the bank the next morning as there was no telephone number in the chequebook or the diary'.

    He is flagging the fact there were no contact details for Suzy at all, yet he had postcard too, that had her name and address on it I would think. Is he being defensive about contact details here, 'there were no contact details', perhaps because, there were some?

    Videcette says he was looking for any changes in the account yet doesn't include the fact he said before in 1987, that a policeman called, Sarah called and he took a number down for her. Why? Also he accused earlier police of losing the note.
     
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    Funny this should be in the press the same weekend David Videcette book is released revealing who he thinks is responsible for Suzy’s murder
    I cannot believe that the Met won’t consider/look at his evidence and act!
    Why do you think he murdered Suzy(Clive * name changed for legal reasons) and what actual happened in that pub that afternoon to cause this tragedy
     
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    David Videcette inferred that the digs at Cannan's previous home etc were done on purpose to rile him, or that is what I took from book. I thought, surely not?! Then this article appears which makes no sense. (Wright).

    The problem is no one knows about the back story and David's theory and he has no solid evidence or motive as Met see it. Or does he but he isn't and can't share it yet?

    He does have some very good data but this isn't set out clearly anywhere yet for people to see.
     
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    Someone must have recognised his voice.
     
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    Hang on, do we know for sure its a RECEIVED postcard? Could it be a blank postcard or to be sent to someone else? JMO
     
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    He may have killed a Londoner -

    Ex-police officer links Jeanette Kempton cold case to Steve Wright

    He was a pub landlord in Plumstead and Chislehurst (South London)
     
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