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Another one - Dentist charged, but no body - YET

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 22.05.17 8:57


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Post by ChippyM on 22.05.17 11:20

He set the scene, offered up a narrative, (staging)  he said he thought she had gone to Poland to join a cult but why would a mother leave her children with no communication or explanation, also no communication with her mother or sister in Poland.  

  Then you have someone with access to drugs and medication.  Sorry Mr, no-one was buying it.


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Post by Phoebe on 01.06.17 23:42

I have just finished watching Channel 4's "Catching a killer" a fly-on-the-wall documentary about the murder of Natalie Henning in Milton-Keynes. Police arrested her partner very quickly on suspicion of murder based on his evasive answers, his unwillingness to surrender his mobile phone for scrutiny and the fact that he was, by his own admission, the last person to have seen her. There were some other interesting aspects when comparing to the Madeleine case. When it was put to him that he had learned that his wife had been with another man the night before her disappearance he was asked how that made him feel to which he replied "I let her down". Asked to describe what he did after she allegedly left the house that night he describes brushing his teeth, washing his face and going to bed. Hats off to Peter Hyatt. When being questioned after arrest he refuses to answer questions and goes into "No comment" mode. When minute traces of blood are found in the sitting room and car boot he begins to explain how they could have got there innocently. The police did not suggest that the blood had positively been identified as Natalie's but were willing to present the case to the C.P.S. to see if there was enough circumstantial evidence to bring charges. The C.P.S. agreed to go to trial. The body was found in the interim and he was convicted.

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Post by JRP on 02.06.17 11:25

I watched Catching a Killer too; last night was quite a night for crime docs, because BBC4 re-ran "Catching History's Criminals" Part 3 deals with weapons, and one weapon which was explored was fire.
Gunner is a Fire Investigation Dog, trained to sniff out tiny amounts of accelerant which could prove arson.

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