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this this a good use of police money and time
http://news.uk.msn.com/uk/article .aspx?cp-documentid=13651815 copy

could there ever be a prosecution for this case
asked in police, history



rasputin1309 answers:

The family may want final closure - a culprit should also be made public if possible - I think they should investigate it irrespective of how long ago it was - it is still comparatively recent


Supplement from 02/04/2009 10:58am:

Sorry High - 2 for 2 - xoloriib has blacklisted me again - must be about the billionth time, (ha ha) - still in answer to his question about asking questions on IQ - I ask questions when I want to know a specific answer - not just for asking sake


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Russel.West answers:

Given that it was a capital crime that seems to have been committed - if not just for the public record but also to give what family she has left a sense of justice that finally her body may be found and buried. It is very unlikely, other than a note of confession left by her murderer has come to light, that any new evidence will solve the crime. However the job of the police is to investigate, collect evidence and present it to court and or the Queen's Coroner for a verdict about her death to be recorded - that is in the public interest.


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