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Why do some think Vincent Tabak innocent?

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John:
We have now had several threads exploring the conviction of Vincent Tabak so for the small minority who speculate that he is innocent here is an opportunity to provide your evidence.

Why do you believe Vincent Tabak is innocent?

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AerialHunter:
Why do I think Vincent Tabak is innocent?

It is first necessary to account properly for Tabaks submission of a plea of Manslaughter. Having reviewed much material over the last two days it strikes me that few involved in the investigation questioned their own motives for pursuing Tabak and even those whose job it is to consider the actions of such individuals, such as Chief Constables, Magistrates, High Court Judges et al failed to review the circumstances and got swept along with the furore, not wishing to be left out of something lucrative, in both a financial manner as well as in a career enhancing one.

Tabak strikes me as a highly intelligent, overly considerate man who intended to marry his first girlfriend. He had enough about him not to toy with peoples emotions, realising the devastating effects bringing unsatisfactory relationships to a close might have on someone who hadn't realised they weren't up to expectations and had, up to the point when he met the entirely delightful Ms Morson, refrained from acting in anything like a caddish manner.

The, now rather preposterous, suggestion that he would murder his attractive young neighbour by manual strangulation, place her in the boot of his car and drive it to ASDA so he could, without showing any signs of stress, ring his girlfriend then nip off to to the woods to dump the body, is standing like a carving in cottage cheese. You need to be an utter psychopath to act like that, more of that later.

Tabaks dilemma, however, is his recent announcement to his family of his intentions to marry, which met with considered approval are now slightly tainted by a rather unexpected dissection of his laptop porn store, and the rather credible evidence that he had engaged a more than willing tart for an appropriate (perhaps rather overgenerous) sum whilst several thousand miles away from where it could do any harm. The prospect of being taken away from this sudden overwhelming horror and not having to face up to his entire family as well as his devoted fiancÚ, not to mention the unbearable taunts he would have suffered in the workplace, was probably the lesser of the two evils. His perception of going out of the way for a few years must have been an overwhelmingly attractive solution.

Then we turn to the rather excitable female DC, who, acting as she was on an incredibly valuable, and conveniently anonymous tip off from a female caller decides to arrest anyone within stones throwing distance, knowing full well, as do all police officers, that people who dont know the facts can't defend themselves very well. They came an absolute cropper with the excellent Mr Jeffries, thinking as they did that he was an ineffectual idiot with a bad hairdo. They thought they had an easy victim here, the press portrayed him as the sort of bloke that looked the type, nothing like quality journalism is there? Still, next time somethings up I sure the Feds will oblige with a quick call to the press office, quid pro quo. I would have loved to have watched the inquiry team crumble at the tongue lashing delivered with the eloquence only English Teachers are able to master, beautiful.

Now back to our central inquiry, which Avon & Somerset Constabulary have attempted to suppress, unsuccessfully we might add, in case they were wondering!!

The manner of Yeates death, the abduction, multiple injuries, body dumped by the side of a road in and area known to our primary suspect, all point to back to Avon's bogey man. Oddly enough, if you can afford the time and have the inclination, you will see repeated occasions when the police respond, investigate, find nothing then for some reason miraculously decide to take another look and find everything they missed the first time. More than a curiosity, believe me. This points to someone knowing how to trigger a response from the police and a willingness to plant evidence either to incriminate others or to deflect the police inquiry, and he's good, he is really, really good at this. And he should be.

One of our usual lines is to identify the person in the immediate vicinty who he intended to drag into a police inquiry as a means of retaliation aginst them, the police then simply do his bidding and revenge, as they say, is sweet.

We have agreed between ourselves to include Yeates death in our overall picture as the timing is significant to us more than anything. As I said initially, we overlooked the case because of Tabak's confession, but we are not mindless subordinates with egos easily inflated by the praise of superiors appointed by the simple function of time served.

One thing to conclude, I find it hard to decide what i consider more inappropriate, Tabaks dalliance with a paid professional or the Chief Constable of Avon and Somersets summarial dismissal for his own inappropriate behaviour, worth a read.

This for us is only embryonic at present, but it's above the horizon.

AH

Leonora:

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Tabaks dilemma, however, is his recent announcement to his family of his intentions to marry, which met with considered approval are now slightly tainted by a rather unexpected dissection of his laptop porn store, and the rather credible evidence that he had engaged a more than willing tart for an appropriate (perhaps rather overgenerous) sum whilst several thousand miles away from where it could do any harm...

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I take one small but important issue with this post - namely, that although you and everyone else who has followed the case believes in the "laptop porn store" and in at least one "more than willing tart" - the news media behaved reprehensibly in failing to explain that both of these allegations were hearsay, made by lawyers in court enjoying immunity against prosecution for slander. They would not be hearsay if the names of the witnesses and their willingness to testify under oath had been stated by the prosecutor and reported by the media. As this was not done, we on this forum should treat the allegations as hearsay, not as facts established by investigation and proven in court.

I speculate that the police may have repeated the same allegations to his girlfriend before she visited him early on during his period on remand, in order to alienate her from him. As she was apparently not suspected of any crime, the police's lying to her would not have violated any laws.

John:
So other than speculations, wild theories and personal opinions is there anything which points to innocence?

AerialHunter:
At the moment everything is speculative, but, that doesn't mean one should ignore the opinions of people who spend time thinking about these issues. My angle is that Yeates was targeted to create a situation that others would be dragged into, that's what I am looking for but I'm not going to ignore others, they might just just be holding the lighter that will show us where the gas leak is. Avon have long known they have a loon out there, but they were absolutely clueless before they went into denial.

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