Usual tittle tattle crap from the tabloids...reaping praise on the folk who have left bottles of alcohol by her 'memorial' in camden as a sign of 'respect'...tw*ts.
I just hope it's a bunch of naive teenagers who don't get the relevance of leaving this by someone battling alcohol/drug addiction...otherwise it's a bunch of idiotic planks trying to give us the real reason why they 'loved' her, shame again that the alcohol overshadowed her singing career...
It does make a difference. The evidence has gone up in flames.
Prepare for an "inconclusive" on cause of death, then. Or maybe a "ooh, we've lost the samples we took, wot a shame" (what a surprise). It can all be brushed under the carpet now the corpse has been incinerated and there's no scope for further tests. We won't see a "she was pissed as a newt and drugged up to her eyeballs" or anything like that, I bet.
The corpse should have stayed on ice locked away until the inquest has been concluded. Then the evidence is still at hand and truth can't be suppressed so easily.
Same thing happened there, of course. Within 24 hours of his death, bin Laden's body was transported to a ship and buried at sea.
Nothing like getting the evidence out of the way quickly, is there?
Evidence of what?
Whether he had 20 bullets or 1 bullet in him he's just as dead.
Evidence of what exactly? The fact that she was a drunk and a smackhead? Thats hardly a revelation. The family, apparently, wanted to see their daughter off quickly, nothing more. I suspect they had several reasons for this, their (I beleive) Jewish faith possibly being one, the desire for the media circus to be cut short allowing them to grieve being another.
We're talking about a young lass who sang to varying degrees of ability and who cut her life short in whatever way - the PM will prove how in due course - and who's family wanted to say their goodbyes quietly and without fuss. This is hardly an earth shattering event. Nor will it bring about political catastrophe or the end of civilisation as we know it.
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Peculiar to allow the mortal remains to be disposed of before they know how she died.Is she being buried or cremated?
Peculiar to allow the mortal remains to be disposed of before they know how she died.
Is she being buried or cremated?
It's standard practice, isn't it, for the body to be released after the post mortem? Then it takes a while for full toxicology tests to be completed.
There is nothing to hide or cover up here and nothing that anybody, other than her familly and close friends, have a 'right' to know.
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