The last report I read said the Frog on the push bike got it first.
Alps murders: ex-soldier questioned by police found dead
Of course, the conspiracy theorists among us will speculate as to whether he was offed because he knew too much ...
Well I hope that the plod don't think like that and stop looking. You never know, if they don't stop looking, they might eventually find something.Course he did, shot a cyclist, then his children and wife, fouled the job up by failing to kill the little 'un and then topped himself. No one really wants the questions answered, not in the public interest.
Took them how long to dig that up?!?Futher to my last, the case has reawoken. The Depress today has an article about the fact that Mrs Al Hilli had been previously married to one Mr James Thompson in the US. It seems Mr Thompson is said to have died of a heart attack but his daughter mentioned poison and that he was killed on the same day as the Al Hilli. Don't know why by I can't transfer the article.
Source Daily Express p7 and small mention in the i, also online.
Who the papers or the investigators.Took them how long to dig that up?!?
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French police are investigating if the murder of a British family in the Alps nearly a decade ago is linked to a 'plot' to assassinate a hypnotist after matching bullets.
Detectives in Paris discovered Luger pistol ammunition at the home of a man arrested for a failed attempt to gun down business coach and psychotherapist Marie-Hélène Dini, 55.
The rounds, which fit the German-issue WWI and WWII pistol, are reportedly the same as the type used in the killing of a Surrey engineer, his wife and mother-in-law while they were on a family holiday with their young daughters in September 2012.
How much is a Luger worth?