I throw this into the ether, to open discussion for a number of reasons. Am I the only one that is fed up with this bollo%*s about a so called conspiracy theory? Civpol investigated the offence first of all. The families weren't happy so at the same time that a second investigation was conducted, the families employed Frank Swann (an independant forensic expert? or so we are led to believe, I have heard other reasons as to why he is independant) who has now said that he is certain that those killed at Deepcut were killed by a third party. This is despite the conclusion from the Police that there are no grounds to pursue a criminal case against anyone, (*not that there has ever been any suspects). My feeling is that the authorities including the MOD were not robust enough at the outset when dealing with the families of those that died. I have sympathy for the families, but they are not best placed to have an objective view, and regardless of the fact that their son/daughter died, their claim that little johnny was a happy boy and would never have killed himself is, I am sure amongst many suicide cases where no note or explanation is left. I appreciate that in some of the cases that there may be a bullying link, but this doesn't make it a unique case. You only have to look at the recent case of a schoolkid that committed suicide one week after going back to school because of bullys, but I don't hear the family causing a song and a dance about investigations and enquiries in these circumstances. We all have choices, some choose to challenge life, others choose to give it up. Fact of life. My advice to the families: Get on with your lives.