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14 hours ago, northern star said:

 

And often people go missing and it takes a while to trace their last moves. In this case they knew exactly where she diasappeared and were alerted within half an hour of the disappearance, and were on the scene almost immediately. Dogs could have traced her movements from that bench.

 

 

 

I watched cadaver Dobermans sniff out a body that had been buried for twenty years. They also train dogs to work on rivers.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Moonlight said:

If it was sacrificial than water would play a big role in it

what is odd is that the police said she is in the river and she was in the river

 

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I'm sure that thousands of people around the world drown in rivers, lakes, canals, pools, floodwater or the sea every year.

 

Its only when you super-publicize in the MSM media that a river becomes becomes "special".

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22 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

 

I'm sure that thousands of people around the world drown in rivers, lakes, canals, pools, floodwater or the sea every year.

 

Its only when you super-publicize in the MSM media that a river becomes becomes "special".

 

You forgot drowning in bullshit, 💩

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7 hours ago, Saved said:

I've smelt a dead body twice in my life. Having checked just now, putrefaction commonly occurs between four and ten days (though I don't know about gases being discernible from underwater).

 

On both occasions the body could be smelt a good ten metres away through numerous walls and a couple of fire doors - all the way to outside of the buildings in which the bodies lay.

 

It's the most invasive smell imaginable and gets into your memory. I could 'smell' what I did even hours later when miles away.

 

I'd think that experienced emergency services, including any policeman that's been on the beat for a few years, would have encountered the same terrible odour. Surely somebody walking that bank would have smelt something and a dog would certainly have done so, perhaps even if the body was underwater and said dog was a trained cadaver.

 

The anomalies common to media cases where an underlying agenda is at play are often far more ridiculous than in any 'who done it' script on television. Deceivers always sow confusion and as stated right back at the start of this thread, the welcome mat has been laid down for obsessive speculation and conversation.

 

What follows is obvious.

 

Another thing to think about.... if the body floated downstream but it surfaced elswhere, how did it get up there? Was there an increase of water level? Has there been a storm that washed up the body? I don't think so.....so how did it get up there?

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5 hours ago, Moonlight said:

If it was sacrificial than water would play a big role in it

what is odd is that the police said she is in the river and she was in the river

 

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And her bf said she was not in the river. How did they both know? Either way.

 

EDIT: come to think of it, if there is a twist in the story, both could be right....you know.

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2 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

Another thing to think about.... if the body floated downstream but it surfaced elswhere, how did it get up there? Was there an increase of water level? Has there been a storm that washed up the body? I don't think so.....so how did it get up there?

Dale, it's just an absolute mystery, if only we knew a psychic🤔, I know loads of psychos, but we really need to get hold of a psychic! I used to think my great granddad was a psychic because the story in our family was that he predicted, to the very second, when he was going to die😲 It later transpired that he was a fake, and the only reason he knew when he was going to die, was because a judge had told him, and the day he was due to swing, the hangman had confirmed it  too!😳 

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

It's all gone very quiet in the Media, maybe they are hoping we'll all forget about it ???

 

Thats the typical 'modus operandi' - the media just moves on to the 'next thing' to keep people distracted.

 

2 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

I'm still waiting for the coroner's verdict on cause of death?

 

I doubt it will ever become public knowledge or revealed in the media, the cause of death will probably be given as 'drowning' and the rest will remain a mystery.

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4 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

Another thing to think about.... if the body floated downstream but it surfaced elswhere, how did it get up there? Was there an increase of water level? Has there been a storm that washed up the body? I don't think so.....so how did it get up there?

 

Anti-gravity?

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19 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Thats the typical 'modus operandi' - the media just moves on to the 'next thing' to keep people distracted.

 

 

GB News (the ‘people’s channel’) the new BBC, but with adverts and all the old undiversified presenters like, Angela Rippon, Michael Portillo and Anne Diamond were addressing ‘Cars vs Bikes’ today, picking up on Dan Walker’s crash, they ask, “who is responsible for accidents? “The debate rages on” they say and should bicycles have number plates?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

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16 minutes ago, Velma said:

GB News (the ‘people’s channel’) the new BBC, but with adverts and all the old undiversified presenters like, Angela Rippon, Michael Portillo and Anne Diamond were addressing ‘Cars vs Bikes’ today, picking up on Dan Walker’s crash, they ask, “who is responsible for accidents? “The debate rages on” they say and should bicycles have number plates?          

 

"Should people have number plates?"

 

That's when things get real interesting.

 

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5 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

And her bf said she was not in the river. How did they both know? Either way.

 

EDIT: come to think of it, if there is a twist in the story, both could be right....you know.

He was following a script designed to whip the public into A frenzy so some minor archon could channel the emotion 

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