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Dog alerts in the car - "meaningless" explanation

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Post by Guest on 16.06.13 22:48

This is indeed the most meaningless explanation I've ever seen ...

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Doesn't have to be that complicated. It is not unlikely that one of the policemen who handled the clothes and drove the car had been in touch with a dead body .The PJ failed to wear protective clothing when examining the crime scene and driving the car so it is highly likely they contaminated the scene themselves. That's why the dog's reactions are meaningless
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Post by Ollie1 on 16.06.13 22:56

Châtelaine wrote:This is indeed the most meaningless explanation I've ever seen ...

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Doesn't have to be that complicated. It is not unlikely that one of the policemen who handled the clothes and drove the car had been in touch with a dead body .The PJ failed to wear protective clothing when examining the crime scene and driving the car so it is highly likely they contaminated the scene themselves. That's why the dog's reactions are meaningless
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The policeman also crawled around in the boot of the Scenic for good measure! Yeah ok!

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Post by bobbin on 16.06.13 23:01

Châtelaine wrote:This is indeed the most meaningless explanation I've ever seen ...

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Doesn't have to be that complicated. It is not unlikely that one of the policemen who handled the clothes and drove the car had been in touch with a dead body .The PJ failed to wear protective clothing when examining the crime scene and driving the car so it is highly likely they contaminated the scene themselves. That's why the dog's reactions are meaningless
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Blood was found where the dogs marked, blood which demonstrated 15 out of 19 of Maddie's blood alleles.
This makes the dogs' reactions valid.
Was this a 'pinkie pie' quote or one of Gerry's or Kate's.spin

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Post by ShuBob on 16.06.13 23:09

It sounds like the sort of comment one would expect from the self-proclaimed child protection expert Mark Williams-Thomas Rolling Eyes

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Re: Dog alerts in the car - "meaningless" explanation

Post by lj on 17.06.13 0:13

Ollie1 wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:This is indeed the most meaningless explanation I've ever seen ...

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Doesn't have to be that complicated. It is not unlikely that one of the policemen who handled the clothes and drove the car had been in touch with a dead body .The PJ failed to wear protective clothing when examining the crime scene and driving the car so it is highly likely they contaminated the scene themselves. That's why the dog's reactions are meaningless
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The policeman also crawled around in the boot of the Scenic for good measure! Yeah ok!

No but he had sea bass for lunch (with a bottle of wine of course).

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Post by worriedmum on 17.06.13 0:53

Where is this quote from please?
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Post by Praiaaa on 17.06.13 9:21

lj wrote:

No but he had sea bass for lunch (with a bottle of wine of course).



Sea bass and sardines.

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Re: Dog alerts in the car - "meaningless" explanation

Post by Guest on 17.06.13 9:36

worriedmum wrote:Where is this quote from please?
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http://miscarriageofjustice.co/index.php?topic=1809.60
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