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Thank god we have finally got to the bottom of the most important detail in this case
C'mon, no single man would throw away a pizza. I call cover-up.
actually, no i wouldn't. I'd just pick off the pineapple and eat the rest.
journos are gagged enough on what they can report on them as it is.
as such they will write everything they can to at least add some colour to a story.
It isnt like they can just go and interview the fucking judge is it.
Although I agree with you on one thing, the pizza was mentioned frequently during the search, so it doesn't seem that silly to mention it as part of the court coverage.
But the point is: what was so fucking important about the pizza in the first place?
She was last seen with it in a box. The box was in the flat, and she hadn't eaten the pizza. Therefore it was either eaten by someone else or binned
It was a nothing clue, which was never going to help the trial or finding the person who did it
Just soemthing the media ran with in order sell their papers etc etc
I believe the term you used was "Mongo", which I don;t think is the same as having Autism
I feel for you
Never fly qantas
but wasn't it because it was very likely the killer had taken it from the flat?
Eaten it? Saved it as a souvenir? It wasn't in the box, so either it was eaten by the killer or binned. See above
But even if someone had, for some bizarre reason, started storing a mysterious pizza in their freezer that they refused to eat then their partner or someone else might think that was a bit odd.
I agree that it seems trivial, but if someone had noticed the discarded and uneaten pizza in the bin and decided to report it because there was a one-in-a-million chance it was connected to the case, then the police could check nearby CCTV cameras etc to see who had put it there.
given the other more obvious things the police could and should have been doing instead of releasing names of suspects t the press.
The way all the papers seemed to suggest that finding this pizza was the be all and end all of this case it what I was attempting to parody
but if a detective approached you as a reporter and said: "We really need to find this pizza packaging because it could be a vital clue, could you write us up an appeal for it please?" What would you do? Refuse?
but i'd probably ask if there was anything more pertinent
why this case is being covered so hugely?
619 registered murders in England and Wales in 2009, 642 in 2010. Wondering why this one is so special?
(I think I know the answer)
plus OMG he looked on the INTERNETS to find out what do do about having killed someone, we better put a stop to that google stuff ASAP
I'm off to Purgatory.
Enjoy life, eat pizza.