Author Topic: 10 things the Daily Mail got wrong about the trial of Mark Alexander Mistake #3  (Read 224 times)

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Offline Daisy

“Weeks after the disappearance….neighbours noticed there was a smell of ‘rotting sheep’ from the property”

SP “could not help but notice the strange smell that appeared to be emanating from Samuel’s home.”

“At much the same time, a foul smell was noticed in the cul-de-sac.”


This just simply wasn’t the case.  One resident did complain of an odd and very localized smell around August or September 2009 – but it was emanating from her own property, not ours.  See my earlier post on this topic for the Judge’s comments and the neighbours’ evidence.

Offline John

“Weeks after the disappearance….neighbours noticed there was a smell of ‘rotting sheep’ from the property”

SP “could not help but notice the strange smell that appeared to be emanating from Samuel’s home.”

“At much the same time, a foul smell was noticed in the cul-de-sac.”


This just simply wasn’t the case.  One resident did complain of an odd and very localized smell around August or September 2009 – but it was emanating from her own property, not ours.  See my earlier post on this topic for the Judge’s comments and the neighbours’ evidence.

Thank you Daisy.  In situations like these, people's imaginations run wild and they tend to put two and two together and come up with five.  Just another false dawn imo.  Sami was most likely dead and buried immediately following his disappearance.  Given that his remains were burned before being buried there was little chance of any smell emanating from the grave.
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