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Post by PeterMac on 15.04.15 15:23

Police and Sky news keep stressing - about every two minutes - that the last man to see her alive is not being treated as a suspect.
They keep "stressing" this.
He took her back to his flat at 1am.
HE says she left of her own accord about 4am
They are "stressing" that he is not being treated as a suspect . . . .

Watch closely

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Post by Knitted on 15.04.15 16:09

I see that the police are using sniffer dogs... presumably because they have some use, (despite what some might say!).

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Post by aiyoyo on 15.04.15 17:19

Her handbag was found in the park near the man's residence, not good sign at all.

Odd that he saw fit to drive her to his house in his car, but left her (a wee female)  to walk home on her own in the early hours at 4.00am.  Who in the right mind would leave a lady to walk home alone in the dark?

It stinks to high heaven.  Something does not add up.

The Police would be watching the man carefully, and have him under close surveillance despite what they say to the contrary.

Watch the man !

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Post by aquila on 15.04.15 17:32

@aiyoyo wrote:Her handbag was found in the park near the man's residence, not good sign at all.

Odd that he saw fit to drive her to his house in his car, but left her (a wee female)  to walk home on her own in the early hours at 4.00am.  Who in the right mind would leave a lady to walk home alone in the dark?

It stinks to high heaven.  Something does not add up.

The Police would be watching the man carefully, and have him under close surveillance despite what they say to the contrary.

Watch the man !
This case will be solved imo. The UK police aren't dolts (well apart from Operation Grange and its remit imo), and this case is indicative of the UK police using the media to allow them to get on with the job.

The UK police always have an interface with the media.

In the last few years there is great evidence of people who have gone missing in suspicious circumstances and the UK police have done a good job. I'm excluding Operation Grange from this comment.

I see Kerry Needham is in the news again. There are very few little children who go missing abroad, in fact it's miniscule. Kerry has written a book, has more funds (where those funds go is to be determined by Kerry herself), and today there is an article about renewed investigation. A website run by people supporting Kerry promotes Hacked Off.

I just can't help thinking that Missing People and the dark people who run this outfit are behind all of this.

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Post by sallypelt on 15.04.15 19:03

A "21 year old man has been detained"

And the man who is "not of interest" is also 21 years of age. Just a coincidence?

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Post by sallypelt on 15.04.15 19:08

It appears that the man who is "not of interest" was very much of interest, after all.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/karen-buckley-missing-man-centre-5525539#rlabs=1

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Post by Guest on 15.04.15 19:14

"Girl Missing....".  She's 24 years old, so not a girl.  A woman.

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Post by aquila on 15.04.15 19:16

Ladyinred wrote:"Girl Missing....".  She's 24 years old, so not a girl.  A woman.
Well quite.

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Post by PeterMac on 15.04.15 19:37

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3039423/Man-went-home-missing-Glasgow-student-hours-vanished.html

Police detain 21-year-old Alexander Pacteau as part of investigation into missing Glasgow student Karen Buckley
Karen Buckley, 24, had been at the Sanctuary Nightclub in Glasgow
She went back to the house of man named today as Alexander Pacteau
Earlier today, police said Mr Pacteau was not being treated as a suspect
Officers have found Miss Buckley's bag in park less than a mile from flat
They are appealing for information on a grey car they have linked to search
By RICHARD SPILLETT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 07:20 GMT, 15 April 2015 | UPDATED: 18:23 GMT, 15 April 2015

Police have detained 21-year-old Alexander Pacteau as part of the investigation into missing Glasgow student Karen Buckley.

Why ? He was not a suspect, so why detain him . . . . . doh !
Lots of other people are officially said not to be suspects, but are nevertheless suspected . . .

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Re: girl missing in Glasgow.

Post by TheTruthWillOut on 15.04.15 19:39

@PeterMac wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3039423/Man-went-home-missing-Glasgow-student-hours-vanished.html

Police detain 21-year-old Alexander Pacteau as part of investigation into missing Glasgow student Karen Buckley
Karen Buckley, 24, had been at the Sanctuary Nightclub in Glasgow
She went back to the house of man named today as Alexander Pacteau
Earlier today, police said Mr Pacteau was not being treated as a suspect
Officers have found Miss Buckley's bag in park less than a mile from flat
They are appealing for information on a grey car they have linked to search
By RICHARD SPILLETT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 07:20 GMT, 15 April 2015 | UPDATED: 18:23 GMT, 15 April 2015

Police have detained 21-year-old Alexander Pacteau as part of the investigation into missing Glasgow student Karen Buckley.

Why ?  He was not a suspect, so why detain him . . . . .    doh !
Lots of other people are officially said not to be suspects, but are nevertheless suspected . . .

Which is why I don't understand the upset about OG's remit....

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Post by PeterMac on 15.04.15 19:53

@TheTruthWillOut wrote:
Lots of other people are officially said not to be suspects, but are nevertheless suspected . . .

Which is why I don't understand the upset about OG's remit....[/quote]
Quite.

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Post by lj on 15.04.15 23:42

@PeterMac wrote:
@TheTruthWillOut wrote:
Lots of other people are officially said not to be suspects, but are nevertheless suspected . . .

Which is why I don't understand the upset about OG's remit....
Quite.[/quote]


The difference is: this lasted less than a day, OG 4 years, and they are still making left and right, but not in the center,  arguidos.

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Post by aiyoyo on 15.04.15 23:50

@sallypelt wrote:It appears that the man who is "not of interest" was very much of interest, after all.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/karen-buckley-missing-man-centre-5525539#rlabs=1

Didn't Redwood say that about the Mcs and their friends - that they are "not of interest" - not suspects? Hmmm...maybe he's playing a clever mind game with them....hoping, as always !

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Post by Guest on 16.04.15 4:51

A 21 year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of Karen Buckley.

Human remains have been found at a farm in north Glasgow.

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Post by PeterMac on 16.04.15 7:36

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3039423/Man-went-home-missing-Glasgow-student-hours-vanished.html
Man, 21, is arrested in connection with death of Glasgow student Karen Buckley - as human remains believed to that of 24-year-old are found on farm nine miles outside city
Karen Buckley, 24, last seen with a man after visiting a Glasgow nightclub
A man has been arrested as police pursue a 'definite line of enquiry'
Remains found as officers combed High Craigton farm near Milngavie
Search had moved outside city amid growing fears for nurse's welfare
Ms Buckley, from Cork, Ireland, last seen on Sunday morning leaving club



But we stress he was not a suspect ? ? ? ?

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Oh No !

Post by PeterMac on 16.04.15 9:01

http://news.sky.com/story/1465833/karen-buckley-search-police-find-remains

Ms Buckley's handbag was found on Tuesday in the city's Dawsholm Park, but on Wednesday the search shifted north of the city.
Dozens of officers began searching a remote country lane between Glasgow and Drymen, cordoning off the road to High Craigton Farm.

Officers also asked residents whether they had seen any bonfires there over the past few days.

Police had previously asked for information about a grey car spotted in the area between 11am and 3pm on Monday.

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NON-suspect Charged with Murder

Post by PeterMac on 17.04.15 17:01

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3043736/Man-21-appears-charged-murder-Irish-student-Karen-Buckley-attempting-defeat-ends-justice.html
Man, 21, appears in court charged with murder of Irish student Karen Buckley and attempting to defeat ends of justice
Nursing student went missing during night out with friends at weekend
Her body was found on a farm six miles north of Glasgow this week
Alexander Pacteau, from Glasgow, has been charged with her murder
21-year-old is also charged with attempting to defeat the ends of justice

By RICHARD SPILLETT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 14:39 GMT, 17 April 2015 | UPDATED: 15:46 GMT, 17 April 2015
   
A man has appeared in court charged with murdering Irish student Karen Buckley.
Alexander Pacteau, 21, allegedly killed the nursing student, whose disappearance sparked a huge police search earlier this week.
He is also charged with attempting to defeat the ends of justice, it emerged at a private court appearance today at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
A man has been charged with murder after the body of nursing student Karen Buckley was found this week
A security van arrives at Glasgow Sheriff Court ahead of a court appearance by Alexander Pacteau, the 21-year-old charged with Miss Buckley's murder and attempting to defeat the ends of justice
Pacteau, from the city's west end, made no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody by sheriff Charles McFarlane QC.
He will appear again next week for a full committal hearing.
Miss Buckley, a qualified nurse, went missing following a night out at the Sanctuary nightclub in Glasgow on Saturday night.
Her body was later found by police at a farm six miles north of the city.

A spokesman for Scotland's Crown Office said: 'Alexander Pacteau, 21, from Glasgow, appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court today charged with the murder of Karen Buckley, and with attempting to defeat the ends of justice.
'He made no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody. It is anticipated he will appear again next week for a further hearing.
'It would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage in proceedings.'


"We stress that he is not a suspect."

Quite so, Officer.

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Man admits killing

Post by Guest on 11.08.15 18:27

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-33859134

Karen Buckley murder: Man admits 'evil' killing of Irish student in Glasgow


A man has admitted murdering Irish student Karen Buckley, whose body was found on a farm four days after she went missing from a Glasgow nightclub.
Alexander Pacteau admitted repeatedly hitting Ms Buckley with a spanner and strangling her in his car in April.
He then hid the body of the 24-year-old, from Cork, in a barrel.
After sentence was deferred at the High Court in Glasgow, Ms Buckley's father said Pacteau was "evil" and should spend the rest of his life in prison.
John Buckley told reporters that he and his wife Marian had experienced "every parent's worst nightmare" and were "devastated".

Karen was murdered by a cowardly, vicious criminal - he is truly evil."
John Buckley, father of murdered student Karen
"The last face she saw and the last voice she heard was of that cold-blooded, cowardly murderer," he said.
Referring to Pacteau, Mr Buckley added: "He is truly evil and we hope that he will spend the rest of his life behind bars."
The court heard how 21-year-old Pacteau had met Ms Buckley outside the Sanctuary nightclub, where she had been with friends, in the early hours of Sunday 12 April.
The student told her friends that she was going to the toilet but did not return or take her jacket.

Karen Buckley moved to Glasgow in February to study occupational therapy at Glasgow Caledonian University

Alexander Pacteau faces a mandatory life term for murdering Karen Buckley
Pacteau was seen on CCTV images talking to her before they walked off to his car, which he drove to nearby Kelvin Way.
The car was parked on the street for 12 minutes, during which time Pacteau attacked and murdered her by grabbing her neck and delivering 12 or 13 blows with the spanner.
Pacteau's silver Ford Focus was seen on CCTV leaving the area and heading towards Dawsholm Park, where the following morning a member of the public found Ms Buckley's handbag near a bin.

Four days after she was reported missing, the student's body was found at High Craigton Farm, near Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire.
Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland QC, prosecuting, told the court that after murdering Ms Buckley, Pacteau then drove to his flat in Dorchester Avenue and took her body inside to his room.
He used his mobile phone to look up the properties of a chemical called sodium hydroxide, or caustic soda.
He then bought quantities of the chemical from B&Q and Poundstretcher along with masks and gloves.
He texted his flatmate to make sure he was out for the day, then returned to the flat and left Ms Buckley's body in the bath.
Pacteau was found cleaning the hall and stairwell when his flatmate returned home that night.
By that time he had moved Ms Buckley's body into his locked bedroom again and wrapped her remains in a duvet.
The following morning, Pacteau threw the spanner he used to kill Ms Buckley into the nearby Forth and Clyde Canal.
He then bought cleaning products at a supermarket where he asked staff to recommend products for removing blood stains.
Pacteau then made his first journey to High Craigton Farm, where he had rented a storage unit during a previous job selling fireworks.

Pacteau took Ms Buckley's body back to his flat

Pacteau concealed Ms Buckley's body in his bedroom

Pacteau disposed of the murder weapon in the Forth and Clyde Canal
He burned some clothes and later ordered a large blue barrel from a packaging company into which he placed Ms Buckley's body.
Pacteau later burned his mattress and other items at the farmland, before taking the barrel, with Ms Buckley's body inside, to his car.
He bought padlocks, then made his way to the farm, where he arranged to rent two storage units for a week, before moving the barrel into one of the units.
Pacteau visited a car valet on his way home and while there used his phone to create an advert to sell the Ford Focus.

Police interview

By this time Ms Buckley's disappearance had been reported and a massive police operation was under way to locate her.
That evening, when Pacteau returned home, he was visited by police who had identified him as the man seen talking to Ms Buckley on CCTV outside the nightclub.
As he opened the door, Pacteau said: "I was just coming to see you."
The officers noticed a strong smell of bleach in the flat and a tool box and other items in a bedroom. Pacteau agreed to go to the police station as a witness.

Police found forensic evidence at Pacteau's flat linking him to the murder
During a search, police found a Poundstretcher receipt for a series of chemicals and padlock keys in the 21-year-old's pockets.
He gave a statement saying he met Ms Buckley outside the club and they both went back to his flat where they had consensual sex.
He told police Ms Buckley had fallen and injured herself on the bed frame but said he did not notice she had been bleeding until the following morning.
Pacteau told officers that when he realised police were looking for information regarding her disappearance he panicked.

Blood found

He told them he had burned a mattress and clothes on a forest road near Drymen and he did this because he was aware he was the last person to see her alive.
The court also heard how a member of the public had contacted police and told officers about the storage unit at a farm that Pacteau had used in the past.

Ms Buckley's body was found in a barrel at this storage unit on High Craigton Farm
Police then went to High Craigton Farm where they found the blue plastic barrel containing Ms Buckley's body.
When shown an account of his earlier claims, Pacteau accepted his statements were untrue.
Defence QC John Scullion told the court that his client accepted "full responsibility" for his actions but could offer no "rational explanation".
The lawyer said: "He has instructed me to convey on his behalf an apology to Karen Buckley's family and friends but he understands that such words are unlikely to give any comfort to them."
Deferring sentence, judge Lady Rae told Pacteau: "You killed a young woman who was a stranger to you in what appears to be a motiveless, senseless, brutal attack."

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