Sad to hear the news about the Police finding Tia's body at her Grandmothers house.
Find it a bit odd as to why they did'nt find it the other day when they took the sniffer dog in.
The grandmothers boyfriend has gone missing will probably be found dead.
Frankly if he's guillty I hope he's found dead. A lot cheaper then paying for his accomodation for the next 20+ years.
It did always have an odd Jeremy Kyle feel to it apart from the whole ex-mummy's BF now granny's. He had said when interviewed that he had (past tense) loved her when she was still missing. One of the guys at work commented on that a few days ago, and he's not a detective
I think there is a danger of finding him guilty before he is tried for the crime (remember what happened with the landlord of the girl who was killed before christmas the other year - could of destrpyed his life) - on the other hand if he is found quilty I hope he is
very sadly I think the majority of people predicted an outcome of this type. the grandmother and neighbour have now been arrested as well, wonder if the body was moved between the houses as the wall in the loft between houses doesn't go to the roof
such a sad sad end for a young girl
Only one thing for the scum that done it lethal injection
I'm sure that the other prisoners at which ever jail he gets sent to will make sure that they carry out their own form of justice.
It's such a poor show by the Police, and follows a recent issue where a murder took place with a body left on a bed, the offender hid under the bed for a period of time, where he was able to witness and listen to the whole forensic investigation.
It's also a very sad indictment on our justice system that we can only really hope for true justice when other prisoners can deal with them once they are inside.
If I needed a policemen urgently unless I was driving withing shouting distance of the local MacDonalds and Subway I don't know what I'd do these days.
Ah here comes the Daily Mail reader, wondered when the "poor show by police view" would appear.
@Nick - at least they apologised quickly. There was a time when the police wouldnt do that.
An apology is fine, it doesn't excuse the rank incompetence though. Very disappointing, but not surprising
"Some people are used to having everything solved in 45 minutes, less the time for commercial breaks."
A little basic competence is all that is required, no one expects miracles, donut anyone?
Surely it should be the scum who suffocated the poor girl who is apologising, not the police. They didn't commit the crime nor did they miss any opportunity to find her alive - she was dead before they even became involved.
It's a rock and a hard place for them - rip the place apart on day 1 and there's an outcry from the family that they're being victimised because of where they live and their previous convictions, wait until they have real suspicions and the same people are on a witch hunt as it should have been done sooner.
the scum who did this should be locked up and never let go so sicking
They should've gone to Specsavers.
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