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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell - Sandra Lean blames the so-called Da Vinci rapist now
« Reply #30 on: August 12, 2019, 01:21:33 PM »
https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZLSdT-uIALUa6vVzxNc0MsUKPMoJtwbt

Re website and (partial) YouTube video removal from WWW - According to Ron Cufley “the expert witness has complained that it was harassing her?”

Which makes no sense because Sandra Leans 6 part series can still be listened to here https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/justice-in/episode-1-zKr4msUAvpg/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

Peter Martin’s comment at the bottom of “They Walk Among Us” is interesting:


Peter Martin A month ago · 0 Likes 
Peter Martin Again a well researched podcasts but Ben might have raised some obvious questions about the police narrative. Why would anyone torture a person for a PIN number when they had no way of checking out the information? This theory clearly makes no sense when we also are told that Mrs Edmonds' alarm bracelet wasn't activated and there were no defensive wounds. Her hands were left untied and she was found still wearing three expensive rings and a wrist watch. £30 was left untouched on the sideboard.
If Ben had dug a little deeper he would also have found that Mrs Edmonds had traces of food in her trachea.So she must have been eating when she was struck on the head. Is this consistent with torture for a PIN theory?
Clearly robbery wasn't the motive in this case.
https://matthewhamlenisinnocent.wordpress.com



Has Peter Martin finally conceded the murder may have been sexually motivated?

The podcast was posted on 4th July 2019 and Peter Martins comment appears to have been made around a month ago; ergo not long after is was published.

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Offline Nicholas

Re: Luke Mitchell - Sandra Lean blames the so-called Da Vinci rapist now
« Reply #31 on: August 12, 2019, 04:35:10 PM »
Peter Martin’s comment at the bottom of “They Walk Among Us” is interesting:


Peter Martin A month ago · 0 Likes 
Peter Martin Again a well researched podcasts but Ben might have raised some obvious questions about the police narrative. Why would anyone torture a person for a PIN number when they had no way of checking out the information? This theory clearly makes no sense when we also are told that Mrs Edmonds' alarm bracelet wasn't activated and there were no defensive wounds. Her hands were left untied and she was found still wearing three expensive rings and a wrist watch. £30 was left untouched on the sideboard.
If Ben had dug a little deeper he would also have found that Mrs Edmonds had traces of food in her trachea.So she must have been eating when she was struck on the head. Is this consistent with torture for a PIN theory?
Clearly robbery wasn't the motive in this case.
https://matthewhamlenisinnocent.wordpress.com



Has Peter Martin finally conceded the murder may have been sexually motivated?

The podcast was posted on 4th July 2019 and Peter Martins comment appears to have been made around a month ago; ergo not long after is was published.

The link to the above is here https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/new-episodes/2019/7/4/season-4-episode-7

At the end of the podcast there is mention of a £50,000 pound reward.

Though now with no website or anyway to contact the “campaign” not sure how that works?

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