British murders: Frog plod make stunning revelation

#1
France shooting: police widen search for gunmen - Telegraph

French police now believe those responsible for the murder of Saad al-Hilli, 50, from Claygate in Surrey, his 44-yera-old wife and a 77-year-old woman who is also believed to be a relative, are no longer in the country.
Now I don't usually think police are of the brightest sort (most of them are mongs and bullies), but the frogs take the cake. The murderer is no longer in the country? How long did it take them to figure that one out? A bit longer than the 8 hours it took for them to find a catatonic kid hiding under her mum's body, it seems.

With this sort of quality policing we can surely enjoy our Saturday teas, rest assured, that the investigation is in good hands.
 
#2
I can't understand why the older woman who was killed with the others has not yet been identified - all we are told is that she is 'believed to be a relative', possibly the mother-in-law of Al- Hilli'. IF she is a British citizen with a British passport, WTH don't they yet know who she actually is?

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#3
Maybe because she got shot twice in the face and there is **** all left to check the passport photo against?
 

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#4
I am pretty confident that the French bizzies are doing the best that they can.

As far as I can ascertain, the French Police are a little sensitive due to cock ups in previous murder cases, some kid was murdered back in the 1980s, the investigation was ballsed up and they are still getting the fallout from that.

It seems that upon discovery of the vehicle and occupants Paris got in on the act and issued an edict that the car and crime scene were not to be touched or disturbed under any circumstances.
The local Fire Brigade used thermal imaging to detect signs of life within the vehicle and the little girls body signature was cancelled out by her mother and grandmother's legs.

Personally I am impressed with the course of the investigation, the French Investigating Prosecutor and his Gendarmerie colleagues seem remarkably open and the daily press conferences seem designed to be helpful to both public and media.

I think they are doing the best job that they can and from where I am sitting they seem to be acting in a competent manner.
 
#5
I'm surprised you haven't already called them with the murderer's name and location, seeing as how that's the only way you could possibly know that he wasn't still in France.
 
#7
France shooting: police widen search for gunmen - Telegraph



Now I don't usually think police are of the brightest sort (most of them are mongs and bullies), but the frogs take the cake. The murderer is no longer in the country? How long did it take them to figure that one out? A bit longer than the 8 hours it took for them to find a catatonic kid hiding under her mum's body, it seems.

With this sort of quality policing we can surely enjoy our Saturday teas, rest assured, that the investigation is in good hands.
Are you sitting comfortably in that armchair?
 
#8
Maybe because she got shot twice in the face and there is **** all left to check the passport photo against?
Most passports have fingerprints. In any case from the copious amounts of brass left behind it sounds like it was a 9mm semi-auto pistol. You'd need an awful lot of those leaving the face (not the back) to make it unrecognisable.
 
#12
I am pretty confident that the French bizzies are doing the best that they can.

As far as I can ascertain, the French Police are a little sensitive due to cock ups in previous murder cases, some kid was murdered back in the 1980s, the investigation was ballsed up and they are still getting the fallout from that.

It seems that upon discovery of the vehicle and occupants Paris got in on the act and issued an edict that the car and crime scene were not to be touched or disturbed under any circumstances.
The local Fire Brigade used thermal imaging to detect signs of life within the vehicle and the little girls body signature was cancelled out by her mother and grandmother's legs.

Personally I am impressed with the course of the investigation, the French Investigating Prosecutor and his Gendarmerie colleagues seem remarkably open and the daily press conferences seem designed to be helpful to both public and media.

I think they are doing the best job that they can and from where I am sitting they seem to be acting in a competent manner.
There have been cases of people being shot in the head and surviving. For all we know there could have been an adult survivor who could have given the police a description of the shooter or their vehicle description/license plate. But we will never know now because the mongs didn't even try to do CPR. Any of the three adults in the car who might have been alive or resuscitated when the police arrived, bled out and died.

Mongs, I say!
 
#13
There have been cases of people being shot in the head and surviving. For all we know there could have been an adult survivor who could have given the police a description of the shooter or their vehicle description/license plate. But we will never know now because the mongs didn't even try to do CPR. Any of the three adults in the car who might have been alive or resuscitated when the police arrived, bled out and died.

Mongs, I say!
I wasn't there so I can't really say if they were mongs or not, I only know what have I have picked up from the media.

Maybe you should pop down to Annecy and offer your services to M. Maillaud.
 
#14
Most passports have fingerprints. In any case from the copious amounts of brass left behind it sounds like it was a 9mm semi-auto pistol. You'd need an awful lot of those leaving the face (not the back) to make it unrecognisable.
Biometric passports have only been around since 2006 (mine isn't one and still has 5 years to run on it) so that can probably be discounted and if she was shot from behind then there really wouldn't be much face left.

As to how I know, I read the press reports and they said that each of the victims had been headshot at least twice so it is a fairly reasonable guess that a lack of a face might be the reason they haven't yet ID'd the woman.
 
#15
I allegedly have ADHD. Sitting in an armchair gets boring for me. Much more fun to be up to some mischief :)
You're a right bundle of fun aren't you? ADHD, ASBOs for computer hacking, explosions and some other sh1t at school.

Where did your creepy 'friend' touch you? I'm thinking, on the back of the head... with a mallet, but not hard enough.
 
#17
There have been cases of people being shot in the head and surviving. For all we know there could have been an adult survivor who could have given the police a description of the shooter or their vehicle description/license plate. But we will never know now because the mongs didn't even try to do CPR. Any of the three adults in the car who might have been alive or resuscitated when the police arrived, bled out and died.

Mongs, I say!
Exactly, its for all we know...

I mean for all we know the little girl in the car could have got out an automatic pistol, shot everyone in the car and the cyclist and then hid under the legs of the bodies....



I knew I shouldnt have watched Orphan last night...
 
#18
It is called a hunch. Why would the murders happen so close to the border?
I don't have any unique knowledge of the murders so can't really say. I can think of plenty of possibilities that don't involve the murders being planned at all. Since only the culprits really know why they did it, everybody else is guessing and the French police's guesses are being based on a good deal more information that the rest of us have.

Apart from you, obviously.
 
#19
The Swedish Plod are now in on the act. Iraqi/Brits, Frogs and now Swedes. What next?
 
#20
I wasn't there so I can't really say if they were mongs or not, I only know what have I have picked up from the media.

Maybe you should pop down to Annecy and offer your services to M. Maillaud.
I don't care what excuse the plod/ambulance service give. Look at the facts.

The bottom line is that they left 3 shot people in a car, one or more whom may have survived if they didn't take 8 hours to open the doors and get the bodies out.

Giving emergency first aid to the victims should have been the highest priority, not some box ticking instructions from Paris.

As I said, police tend not to be the sharpest knife on the block but the french ones beggar disbelief. Seriously if people such as these are our overlords we are all collectively doomed.
 

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