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Post by Doug D on 22.08.16 16:38

I wonder how much time DCI Wall has actually spent on Op. Grange in the last ten months since it was scaled back?
   
According to the old Vogue article:
 
‘She usually has about six or seven live cases at any one time, and prides herself on her investigative speed; she is only partially joking when she attributes her low media profile to the fact "we solve cases so quickly nobody gets involved…"
 
These arrests took two days, but not so successful or speedy with the McCann case.
 
Gary Scott murder: Man jailed for life for stabbing teenager
 
21 July 2016 
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A man who argued with a teenager on a basketball court before stabbing him to death has been given a life sentence.
 
Adrian Carpenter, 30, was ordered to serve at least 23 years for the murder of 17-year-old Gary Scott in Finsbury Park, north London, in December 2015.
 
Jermaine Reid, 28, who fled from the scene with Carpenter, was found guilty of manslaughter and drug offences and jailed for 12 years.
 
Gary's family said "too much young life is being lost".
 
Gary, known as GJ and from Tottenham, had been at a friend's 18th birthday party in Enfield before meeting up with Carpenter and Reid at about 21:00 GMT, Woolwich Crown Court heard.
 
He was found in Marquis Road, Finsbury Park, at about 23:00 on 1 December with multiple stab wounds.
 
The teenager was taken to a central London hospital but later died.
 
Carpenter and Reid, both from Victoria Road, Stroud Green, fled the scene and were arrested two days later having been traced to an address in Essex.
 
They were interviewed by police but gave no comment to all questions asked. Carpenter later admitted carrying a knife and stabbing Gary, although he denied murder.
 
Det Ch Insp Nicola Wall, who led the investigation, said: "This underlines the danger and risk involved in carrying knives. A young man has tragically lost his life."
 
Gary had been studying mechanics at college and was described as "a good boy" by his mother Annette Gill.
 
His family said: "Our kids should be burying us, not us burying our kids."
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-36859198

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Post by Guest on 22.08.16 18:17

@Doug D wrote:I wonder how much time DCI Wall has actually spent on Op. Grange in the last ten months since it was scaled back?
   
According to the old Vogue article:
 
‘She usually has about six or seven live cases at any one time, and prides herself on her investigative speed; she is only partially joking when she attributes her low media profile to the fact "we solve cases so quickly nobody gets involved…"
 
These arrests took two days, but not so successful or speedy with the McCann case.
 
Gary Scott murder: Man jailed for life for stabbing teenager
 
21 July 2016 
From the section 
London
 
A man who argued with a teenager on a basketball court before stabbing him to death has been given a life sentence.
 
Adrian Carpenter, 30, was ordered to serve at least 23 years for the murder of 17-year-old Gary Scott in Finsbury Park, north London, in December 2015.
 
Jermaine Reid, 28, who fled from the scene with Carpenter, was found guilty of manslaughter and drug offences and jailed for 12 years.
 
Gary's family said "too much young life is being lost".
 
Gary, known as GJ and from Tottenham, had been at a friend's 18th birthday party in Enfield before meeting up with Carpenter and Reid at about 21:00 GMT, Woolwich Crown Court heard.
 
He was found in Marquis Road, Finsbury Park, at about 23:00 on 1 December with multiple stab wounds.
 
The teenager was taken to a central London hospital but later died.
 
Carpenter and Reid, both from Victoria Road, Stroud Green, fled the scene and were arrested two days later having been traced to an address in Essex.
 
They were interviewed by police but gave no comment to all questions asked. Carpenter later admitted carrying a knife and stabbing Gary, although he denied murder.
 
Det Ch Insp Nicola Wall, who led the investigation, said: "This underlines the danger and risk involved in carrying knives. A young man has tragically lost his life."
 
Gary had been studying mechanics at college and was described as "a good boy" by his mother Annette Gill.
 
His family said: "Our kids should be burying us, not us burying our kids."
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-36859198
Very interesting.  I checked everywhere just a few days back to see what she was up to, including the police news website, and got nothing.  She must be getting fairly close to retirement.
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Post by willowthewisp on 22.08.16 20:23

DCI Nichola has to run things by Sir Bernard Hogan Howe,you know the one who has just decided to operate an investigation of "Hate Mail" costing £1.70 Million pounds,which Gerry had asked for in regard to the Dossier handed into Sir Bernard about T's accessing Madeleine's parents IP address sending them Hate mail?
This of course cannot be done retrospectively for the "Very Offensive"comments posted to the Sweepyface@ account that Martin **nt had succinctly exposed to the World via his Bosses TV station,Sky Corporation,Rupert Murdoch you understand,down to Police Person's allocation of time to each case?

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