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Topic History of: The dissappearance of Margaret Fleming
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Jo It's a horrendous thing to have happened. I couldn't stomach watching the pair of them, so haven't seen anything more than clips of the court coverage. I can't understand why they were supposed to be her "carers" when they weren't (as far as I gather) related.
robbiex You say that you don't know much about the case, well I urge you to watch the two programmes on iplayer. It is really ground breaking and compelling tv. The first time that tv cameras have been in court during a murder trial in the uk. The case is unique in
Bookworm I'm not familiar with this case at all.

The police have over 800 unidentified bodies currently lying in storage.
I can't help but think of the Suzy Lamplugh case. There is so much about that case that doesn't seem right.
There are only 6 police forces with no unsolved murder cases - the last time I looked.

We all know who the main suspect is in the Lamplugh case, but it's the actions and reluctance of police and other officials which just add more suspicion. Not just with that case, but others too.

"Some cases are simply never solved" is the response at times.

Yes, and sometimes they don't bother trying hard enough. Yet they spend how much chasing nonsense like the Beech case?
People picking up the phone to newspapers can be damaging and unhelpful, especially
When the information is then weaponised.
There is more than one reason the phone hacking inquiry happened, of course, they will never tell you that. But they will show you in a round about way!

Officials who believe in the conspiracy bollocks about the royal family should be found out and kicked out of public office.

With regards to trust: It is one thing to make a mistake, but another to keep the dishonesty going.
Robbiex People disappear all the time, but it is rare that no one noticed them missing (other than their carers) for years on end. Very sad indeed.
Bookworm Never heard of it.

People disappear all of the time, but only certain cases gain a place under the spotlight.Names, dates and times are likely used in some symbolistic form.