Another police suicide the 3rd in 4 days...

#1
Police inspector's body washed up on exclusive beachfront after he 'jumped off a ferry'

A commended police inspector has died after apparently jumping off a cross-Channel ferry, it was revealed today.

Inspector Neil Munro, 43, boarded the Brittany Ferries ship alone late last night in Poole, Dorset.

The married father-of-one - the third policeman thought to have killed himself in the space of four days - went overboard in Poole Harbour a short time after it set sail at 11.45pm.


His death follows the apparent suicides of police sergeant Richard Fuller, 55, who was found at his house near Calne, Wilts, on Monday after he shot himself with a rifle.

The following day Michael Todd, 50, the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police is thought to have committed suicide while walking in Snowdonia.
Is there a connection between these 3 suicides ?
 
#3
Michael Todd's death isn't obviously suicide. It's reasonable to conclude that Richard Fuller's was, not that obvious in this case either.

Michael Todd headed an 18-month inquiry into whether CIA "torture" flights had landed at British airports according to the Telegraph. (you can find it)
 
#4
I agree, Michael Todd's death is suspicious, yet it's reported as cut /dried suicide by the BBC already.

I'm not about the accuse the Lizard People, but I believe there's more that meets the eye to 2 of these deaths.
 
#5
littlemonster said:
I agree, Michael Todd's death is suspicious, yet it's reported as cut /dried suicide by the BBC already.

I'm not about the accuse the Lizard People, but I believe there's more that meets the eye to 2 of these deaths.
But the new Chief Constable of GMP is unlikely to be called Cliff, right?
 
#6
Well its either clear out time at the Lodge for the masons or MI5 (or 6) have been busy :)

Trust no one big brother is watching and waiting!

Cheers

P.S It could just be a mass protest at the police pay rise this year! Makes more of a statement that marching through London - shame other protesters do not follow their example!
 
#7
Was their pay settlement really that bad? Seem to be taking it very hard.
 
#8
Black helicopters were seen flying away from all three scenes.
An anonymous source from an unknown US Govt agency refused to comment
The PM said he knew nothing about it
North wales police put up some extra speed cameras and proposed to ban bikers from national parks in response to the "senseless loss of life"
 
#9
Any of them tried to investigate the goings on in Jersey :?
 
#11
Dog-faced-soldier said:
Black helicopters were seen flying away from all three scenes.
An anonymous source from an unknown US Govt agency refused to comment
The PM said he knew nothing about it
North wales police put up some extra speed cameras and proposed to ban bikers from national parks in response to the "senseless loss of life"
<rustling of tinfoil and steady drip of wet towel>

Things are becoming clearer :)
 
#13
I knew it!

The Voices have just confirmed that the deaths were orchestrated by the Duke of Edinburgh.

You heard it here first.
 
#14
Does this mean there are some job vacancies then?
 

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