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Post  jassi on Mon 9 Jun - 17:43

Iris wrote:One simple flaw with the "Tractorman" arrangement.

The Smiths did not describe a BLACK man.

How are they going to get out of THAT one? áá

Simple. Smithman will suddenly come forward and be eliminated as an innocent tourist.

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Post  kitti on Mon 9 Jun - 17:43

Colour blind.


Drunk.



No lighting.



Blind.


Or just mistaken.

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Post  kitti on Mon 9 Jun - 17:45

Or he had a White mans mask on .

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Post  mossman on Mon 9 Jun - 18:17

jassi wrote:
Iris wrote:One simple flaw with the "Tractorman" arrangement.

The Smiths did not describe a BLACK man.

How are they going to get out of THAT one? áá

Simple. áSmithman will suddenly come forward and be eliminated as an innocent tourist.


Tannerman has caused problems for that solution, IMO. The only two people seen that night carrying a child, blond, three, in pyjamas, did not know the world was looking for them for 7 years ? Suddenly Andy rides into town and both are found. Surely that is one step too far.

It's more likely the will say the dopey Irish man forgot to mention it.

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Post  Guest on Mon 9 Jun - 18:23

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Post  jassi on Mon 9 Jun - 18:27

mossman wrote:
jassi wrote:
Iris wrote:One simple flaw with the "Tractorman" arrangement.

The Smiths did not describe a BLACK man.

How are they going to get out of THAT one? áá

Simple. áSmithman will suddenly come forward and be eliminated as an innocent tourist.


Tannerman has caused problems for that solution, IMO. áThe only two people seen that night carrying a child, blond, three, in pyjamas, did not know the world was looking for them for 7 years ? áSuddenly Andy rides into town and both are found. áSurely that is one step too far.

It's more likely the will say the dopey Irish man forgot to mention it.

I'm quite sure that if Tannerman can emerge after 7 years, then Smithman can a make a similar miraculous appearance.

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Post  kitti on Mon 9 Jun - 18:40

We will have to wait another seven years for that, Jassi.

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Post  jinvta on Mon 9 Jun - 21:34

Iris wrote:One simple flaw with the "Tractorman" arrangement.

The Smiths did not describe a BLACK man.

How are they going to get out of THAT one? áá

Not only was Smithman not a black man, but Tannerman was also not described as a black man, and I don't think a single person claimed to have seen a black man anywhere near the holiday resort that night. It would have been much easier to frame up Hewlett. Even though he was 20-30 years older than both Smithman and Tannerman, at least he was the correct race.

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Post  LJC on Mon 9 Jun - 23:54

Any copper planting incriminating evidence on someone else or in order to blame someone else just to solve a case would not only be unprofessional, but criminal as well. Perverting the course of justice being just one of the charges he/she would face if found out, plus perjury if it results in a court case. And what police officers of all ranks know is this: That there are very many good and honest police officers of all ranks who are closely watching what others do, including their own colleagues. There is such a thing as whistleblowers, anonymous leaked information etc so it would be absolutely stupid and ridiculous for a police officer of a high rank indeed near to his retirement age to even contemplate going down this route just to have the glory of saying he has solved a case because believe me there is always someone ready to spill the beans on a high ranking officer. Andy Redwood may be many things but he has had a long service and cannot be judged just on the one or two cases we know he has worked in the past because he has worked hundreds of cases in his long career.

Its a bit like judging a football team two games into the season. Its where they finish at the end of the season that matters and, lets be blunt about it, you are not going to solve every case you work on, or you are going to be genuinely convinced you have got the right man only to find out the court does not agree with you. Live with it, it happens.


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Post  T4two on Tue 10 Jun - 0:00

LJC wrote:Any copper planting incriminating evidence on someone else or in order to blame someone else just to solve a case would not only be unprofessional, but criminal as well. áPerverting the course of justice being just one of the charges he/she would face if found out, plus perjury if it results in a court case. áAnd what police officers of all ranks know is this: áThat there are very many good and honest police officers of all ranks who are closely watching what others do, including their own colleagues. áThere is such a thing as whistleblowers, anonymous leaked information etc so it would be absolutely stupid and ridiculous for a police officer of a high rank indeed near to his retirement age to even contemplate going down this route just to have the glory of saying he has solved a case because believe me there is always someone ready to spill the beans on a high ranking officer. áAndy Redwood may be many things but he has had a long service and cannot be judged just on the one or two cases we know he has worked in the past because he has worked hundreds of cases in his long career. á

Its a bit like judging a football team two games into the season. áIts where they finish at the end of the season that matters and, lets be blunt about it, you are not going to solve every case you work on, or you are going to be genuinely convinced you have got the right man only to find out the court does not agree with you. áLive with it, it happens. á


Good post!

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