Of course, what struck me was the training shoe the policeman didn’t retrieve. The large, man-sized one that is. Yes, Mr Plod, we know the brief was to find the women’s clothes but for us armchair detectives the presence of a man-sized training shoe may have proved significant since it could have belonged to the serial killer!
Some of the windbags that have been wheeled in front of the camera is frankly embarrassing. Psychologists, various local dignitaries and a whole gamut of other so-called experts blowing hot air and expressing how the ‘community would survive the experience’.
F*ck right off back under the log you crawled out from under is my own personal opinion on most of these blowbags.
Worst of all in my opinion, and rather suprisingly, is David Wilson, professor of criminology (whatever that is) puffing himself up before ruminating about the ‘first murder is key‘ and ‘Why has the killing started now?’ while referring to the recently departed prostitutes.
NEWSFLASH! This serial killer has been on the go for a lot longer than the six weeks since October 30th, 2006, when the unfortunate Tania Nicol disappeared from a dark, dank Ipswich street.
Guess what? This man has been killing prostitutes for years and years. He simply got a bit carried away with himself in Ipswich and had a little spree. Since no-one usually gives a stuff when a prostitute disappears he probably thought he could get away with five or so before anyone so much as filled in a missing person’s form. Oops, slight miscalculation. No big deal for this guy.
He’s clearly forensically aware.
He isn’t a thief as told by his leaving his unfortunate victims still wearing their jewelery. That’s a statement. He sees himself as honourable.