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Ex-Met Police chief Peter Kirkham calls for cold-case review in hope of attracting new witnesses

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Ex-Met Police chief Peter Kirkham calls for cold-case review in hope of attracting new witnesses

Post by ufercoffy on 09.05.11 16:59

Madeleine McCann: Ex-Met Police chief Peter Kirkham calls for cold-case review in hope of attracting new witnesses

Reviews of unsolved cases are a key part of professional investigative practice.

They bring a fresh set of eyes to make sure nothing has been missed.

And they also allow the evidence to be viewed in the light of what we know now and they give new impetus to the investigation.

Forensic science has moved on and re-examination of the original exhibits may well lead to new clues.

Renewed publicity can locate new witnesses and this is the most important point.

Loyalties will have changed. People unwilling to talk to police about their friends four years ago may well now choose to do so.

The suspect is very likely to have said something to someone close or to have done something to raise suspicions in that person’s mind. This is why an unsolved case review is essential.



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Re: Ex-Met Police chief Peter Kirkham calls for cold-case review in hope of attracting new witnesses

Post by maebee on 09.05.11 17:27

Loyalties will have changed. People unwilling to talk to police about their friends four years ago may well now choose to do so.

Hint, hint.
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Post by PeterMac on 09.05.11 18:12

@maebee wrote:
Loyalties will have changed. People unwilling to talk to police about their friends four years ago may well now choose to do so.
Hint, hint.
Yes, but read it in conjunction with the next sentence, and it becomes very clear.
"Loyalties will have changed. People unwilling to talk to police about their friends four years ago may well now choose to do so.
The suspect is very likely to have said something to someone close or to have done something to raise suspicions in that person’s mind.
" [My italics]

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Re: Ex-Met Police chief Peter Kirkham calls for cold-case review in hope of attracting new witnesses

Post by maebee on 09.05.11 18:34

@PeterMac wrote:
@maebee wrote:
Loyalties will have changed. People unwilling to talk to police about their friends four years ago may well now choose to do so.
Hint, hint.
Yes, but read it in conjunction with the next sentence, and it becomes very clear.
"Loyalties will have changed. People unwilling to talk to police about their friends four years ago may well now choose to do so.
The suspect is very likely to have said something to someone close or to have done something to raise suspicions in that person’s mind.
" [My italics]

It could still apply to any one of the T9, imo.
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