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Post by Woburn_exile on 22.12.13 21:35

There is some bint calling herself Sophie Winchester trying to ridicule all the assumption based comments on the Youtube page
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyJwns_MTok
Quite remarkable that a new face pops up to challenge absolutely everything that fails to toe the party line.

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Post by Guest on 22.12.13 21:46

It doesn't seem likely to me that she's new on the scene - perhaps she has more than one identity. The one she's using now sounds familiar though; she's not as prolific as Pam Gurney but I don't think that anyone else could be.

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Post by Woburn_exile on 22.12.13 22:11

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:It doesn't seem likely to me that she's new on the scene - perhaps she has more than one identity. The one she's using now sounds familiar though; she's not as prolific as Pam Gurney but I don't think that anyone else could be.

I'm sure she's not new. It just gives me another outlet for my 3 questions campaign.

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Re: Sophie Winchester

Post by suep on 23.12.13 11:18

Sophie Winchester is a 23yr old 2nd year forensic science student at Cavan Institute in Ireland, which is around 70 miles from Donegal.
I got this from Badoo.

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Post by Guest on 23.12.13 12:09

unusual surname for an Irish person tbh.not saying its not her but there are certain names in.Ireland that you come across rarely if ever and to me that's on of them..

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Post by suep on 23.12.13 12:35

Bellisa wrote:unusual surname for an Irish person tbh.not saying its not her but there are certain names in.Ireland that you come across rarely if ever and to me that's on of them..

I agree, Bellisa, and she may not be from Ireland herself but she is at University there. I'm reasonably certain its the same person but I could be wrong.

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Post by Guest on 23.12.13 12:50

apologies suep you are correct,found her on fb!
i presumed she could be a paid supporter!

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Post by Guest on 23.12.13 12:51

oh.it is a one year start up course in applied sciences with forensics btw.

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Post by suep on 23.12.13 13:37

Bellisa wrote:oh.it is a one year start up course in applied sciences with forensics btw.

Funny that, she claims somewhere she's in her second year of a forensic science degree!
Also it seems there are Winchesters in Ireland, or were in the past. The name originates centuries ago in Hampshire but some of the family moved to Ulster. Its still rare to find the name there though.

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Post by suep on 23.12.13 13:51

Someone on that youtube thread told me she's posting as two people - Sophie Winchester and Ben Holland (I'm on there as Mum Paraszczuk). I'm not sure how reliable this info is because Ben Holland appears to be a biologist doing a PhD at Manchester Uni.

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Re: Sophie Winchester

Post by sallypelt on 23.12.13 14:12

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MEMBERS.

Here is a little bit of info posted by Sophie Winchester:

Sophie Winchester replied to a comment from Bigwave2003
I am not a body language expert, but I am studying to be a forensic psychiatrist. I don't think there is anything significant about Kate shaking her head at the time you mentioned. Peoples' physical actions often don't match what they are saying. It could simply be her unconscious way of telling the world how difficult all this is for her. Who knows? I don't think that any expert would read any kind of guilt into something this common and simple.

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Post by tasprin on 23.12.13 14:15

@suep wrote:Sophie Winchester is a 23yr old 2nd year forensic science student at Cavan Institute in Ireland, which is around 70 miles from Donegal.
I got this from Badoo.

She was an au pair before obtaining her forensic certificate, and it seems she is currently a Ryan Air Flight Attendent.

Worky.com
2012 - 2013
Sophie Winchester's Professional Experience
Ryan air - Flight Attendant
Responsible for the safety of passengers and making sure boarding and disembarking ran smoothly, as well as meeting sales targets

2011
Sophie Winchester's Education and Qualifications
Certificate - Forensic Science
Cavan Institute Cathedral Road, Cavan
Volunteer in Cavan Drug Awareness
http://www.worky.com/sophie-winchester/
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Aupair Kontakt
Sophie Winchester
Profession - Au Pair
Au pair status - student-aupair   =  student seeking au pair activity
Favoured date of beginning - right away (instantly)
Latest possible start date  - 01/2011

my name is sophie winchester, i am currently living in co. cavan ireland but am looking to relocate. i have two years experience working wih children under the age of 5, was an au pair for a year and now i wish to see the world, meet a nice family who are looking for a dedicated au pair who enjoys working with children and has lots of experience.
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:CzTBZNMmw50J:aupairkontakt.de/en/aupairs/gallery/all/viewprofile/%3Ffid%3D11048783%26page%3D5867+&cd=8&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk

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Re: Sophie Winchester

Post by Guest on 23.12.13 14:49

maybe she was looking for the mccanns to recruit her!

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Post by suep on 23.12.13 16:00

Bellisa wrote:maybe she was looking for the mccanns to recruit her!

Well she certainly has grandiose ideas, saying she's studying to be a forensic psychiatrist! She'd suit the McCs nicely.

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Post by Guest on 23.12.13 16:55

@sallypelt wrote:MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MEMBERS.

Here is a little bit of info posted by Sophie Winchester:

Sophie Winchester replied to a comment from Bigwave2003
I am not a body language expert, but I am studying to be a forensic psychiatrist. I don't think there is anything significant about Kate shaking her head at the time you mentioned. Peoples' physical actions often don't match what they are saying. It could simply be her unconscious way of telling the world how difficult all this is for her. Who knows? I don't think that any expert would read any kind of guilt into something this common and simple.

A psychiatrist is a doctor

Who, after becoming a doctor, went on to specialize as a psychiatrist

A forensic psychiatrist is a psychiatrist who has gone on to study forensics

Would take you about 10-15 years, in any country on the Continent.

And in the UK?

Flying for Ryanair leaves you with about 12-14 minutes a day to do your homework/studying, or am I much mistaken?

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Post by aquila on 23.12.13 17:02

I know this is off topic but there's mention of Ryan Air.

Here's something that'll make you chuckle if you've ever taken a cheap flight.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAg0lUYHHFc

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Re: Sophie Winchester

Post by Guest on 23.12.13 17:24

A lot of people mix-up psychiatrists and psychologists, but if you were studying it, you wouldn't, would you?

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Post by sami on 23.12.13 17:33

Hmmm......details of the course below.  One whole year studying it seems, which of course is not 12 months because the college year is October to April.  It's a sort of DIY investigative course which might go well with the spy kit my 8 year old wants for Christmas.


http://www.cavaninstitute.ie/2013/08/forensic-science.html


Applied Science - Forensics

Course Code: CI061FO
QQI Award Title: Applied Science - Laboratory Techniques
QQI Award Letters: 5M3807 
Course Duration: 1 Year
Course Fees 2013/14 (€528)/Additional Information


Course Description
Forensic Science is defined as any science which is used as evidence in a court of law. This course will provide participants with a broad knowledge of the core sciences and an understanding of the Irish legal system. This course looks at the fundamentals of forensic science, evidence collection and analysis. Students will gain skills in fingerprinting, exposing and lifting prints, analysing hair and fibres, casting foot and tyre prints, blood spatter analysis and DNA profiling.


Participants will develop useful skills through hands on laboratory work as well as an appreciation of the concepts particular to forensics.Students will also develop skills in problem solving, organisation, team work, effective communication and the use of new technology, an important emphasis is placed on working safely.  These skills are of use in a variety of industries and professions.


This course may be of use to students looking to apply to the Gardai and is designed to help those with a desire to go to third level to study forensic science or science in general.


Course Content
Mandatory



  • Biology
  • Chemistry 
  • Laboratory Techniques
  • Communications
  • Work Experience 


Electives



  • Forensics
  • Criminology 
  • Criminal Law
  • Safety and Health at Work
  • Business Computing
  • Mathematics


Work Experience
Students must undertake a period of work experience as part of this course.


Progression/Career Opportunities
Students are given a strong foundation in the skills required to obtain positions in laboratories or other science related areas such as biotechnology, pharmaceutical science, chemical and biochemical engineering.


This course is specifically aimed at students who have an interest in pursuing further studies. Many of our graduates are currently in third level completing a variety of courses in science, law or forensics.
Upon successful completion of this course, students may progress to a variety of related degree level courses run by institutes of technology and/or universities throughout Ireland. To work in the state forensic laboratory, forensic analysts require a level 7 qualification and forensic scientists require a level 8 qualification.


Entry Requirements


Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Applied or Mature Applicants. There is no requirement for students to present with a science subject at Leaving Certificate level.

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Re: Sophie Winchester

Post by diatribe on 27.12.13 15:20



Ben Holland
3 weeks ago

''Its good that the MET continue a missing persons case as all the evidence points to that.''

Well, it doesn't take the brains of David Lloyd George,or for that matter, the mathematical genius of Albert Einstein to determine that Madeleine McCann is missing, but there isn't one scintilla of evidence to suggest that she should be treated as a missing person in the normal interpretation of the aforementioned.


''The hypothesis that the family had something to do with it has failed and continues to do so while the abduction hypothesis brings up new needed leads.''

The abduction hypothesis never even got off the ground, let alone flew, therefore any new leads emanating from it can only be as spurious as the original ones.  A classic case of fruit from the poisonous tree. One would indeed need to be a genius to be believe in such palpable nonsense.

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