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if you were looking for a body.. 3 Weeks, 1 Day ago Karma: 3
Or a missing person, wouldn't disused buildings in parks be the first place you would think of looking?

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5226401...r-Iuliana-Tudos.html
 
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Spee

Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Searches for missing people should be first concentrated on disused buildings in parks?

I'm sure police forces - all over the world - will be grateful for that advice.

And not concentrate on the evidence - forensic, witness given, lifestyle related etc.


 
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Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago Karma: 3
Spee wrote:
Searches for missing people should be first concentrated on disused buildings in parks?

I'm sure police forces - all over the world - will be grateful for that advice.

And not concentrate on the evidence - forensic, witness given, lifestyle related etc.




Its just a case of using common sense. This isn't the first time a body has been nearby in an obvious place, and if it keeps happening, then clearly the forensic, witness given, lifestyle related stuff isn't working on its own, is it?
 
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Spee

Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Just search in the local undergrowth and derelict sites then?


 
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Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago Karma: 3
Spee wrote:
Just search in the local undergrowth and derelict sites then?




I think actually getting off your arse and searching is a priority, yes.

Or do you think it is acceptable to have children rotting in the attic or hanging in the tree opposite the house for the sake of the police actually looking in the most obvious places?
 
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Spee

Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Is not the most obvious place - that suggested/pointing to, by the evidence accumulated by professionals?

Whether it be a derelict site, hotel room, shallow grave - or just hidden in plain sight...
 
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Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago Karma: 3
Spee wrote:
Is not the most obvious place - that suggested/pointing to, by the evidence accumulated by professionals?

Whether it be a derelict site, hotel room, shallow grave - or just hidden in plain sight...


No.
Or they would have found her (in the short distance between bus stop and home where she regularly walked,and was seen beginning her journey)right away, wouldn't they?
 
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#171366
'M'

Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
I think it was the first time when an intrepid gum stuck on my shoe did an interview with the killer and the body was no more than 20 feet above his head has tof be a classic . Of course he knew he was the killer.
 
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Spee

Re:if you were looking for a body.. 2 Weeks ago  
Spee wrote:
Is not the most obvious place - the evidence accumulated by professionals?

No!

Why bother following evidence or investigating leads - at all - then?


 
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