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Old 30th January 2015, 06:14 AM   #173
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Originally Posted by Rolfe View Post
Given that he had all night, I wonder if a better bet wouldn't have been to sneak out somewhere wild but nearby, and make as quick a job as possible after dark? Then he could have maintained a normal fašade from then on. Mind you, that has its problems too, like driving off the road in the darkness (he could have used early dawn though), and the Pentlands (probably the best near bet) being very popular with walkers.
That's what the killer of Joanne Yeates did. His was another unpremeditated murder, committed in the evening in her home. That same night, he drove the body across a river on one of only two possible bridges and tried to heave it over a wall but found he lacked the strength to do so so he left by the side of the road where it got covered in snow and remained unnoticed for several days until it was spotted, if memory serves, by a couple with a dog.

I think it's better to live in the States. There you have entire deserts to dump bodies in and every square inch is not yet covered with security cameras.
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