Author Topic: Was Jill Placed Under Electronic Surveillance?  (Read 908 times)

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Offline Holly Goodhead

Was Jill Placed Under Electronic Surveillance?
« on: April 27, 2019, 01:05:01 PM »
Jill was murdered on a Monday morning.  She had spent the weekend at Alan Farthing's home in Chiswick.  She left his home around 10am on the Monday.  En route to her home in Fulham she visited a petrol station and shops.  Police spent hours sifting through cctv footage and concluded she was not followed.  As Jill was not living at Gowan Ave when she was murdered, returning infrequently on random days/times, how would anyone know she was going to arrive when she did unless she was placed under electronic surveillance?   

This would not preclude an opportunist striking lucky in that as she pulled up the perp walked past with a loaded firearm and a cartridge designed for the murder ie some propellant removed to reduce the sound of gunshot.  Imo this is so unlikely I would rule it out.

A soc image shows a house alarm on display.  Assuming this was operational this might account for a reason the perp did not break-in and wait.  Or wait for her to open the door and bundle her inside ie if the alarm was operational it would only give a short period to enter the code before it went off.  Obviously if the alarm went off it may have alerted others and given the perp(s) less time to get away and/or produced better e-fits.
Just my opinion of course but Jeremy Bamber is innocent and a couple from UK, unknown to T9, abducted Madeleine McCann - motive unknown.  Was J J murdered as a result of identifying as a goth?