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April 30, 2021 at 18:53 #70626N_
The cops are saying in connection with the murder of police officer Julia James that they can’t rule out that she was murdered by a stranger. The media have also been told to say that at the moment no motive is known. The phrase “no motive” is being glued on to the perception of this case. Never mind the word “yet”. Adverbials play little role in propaganda. Emphatic words such as “no” are far more important.
This sounds like the start of a coverup. The implication is that some psycho is out there who likes murdering people at random for the sake of it, because he’s mental. He is also presumably quite clever because they haven’t caught him yet. And he has murdered not a civilian but a police officer who was of course trained to defend herself. Mental. Clever. Does things for the sake of it. Yeah right. How on earth could the police at this early stage have looked at everyone who knew the victim, or who may have come into contact with her during even as short a period as the WEEK before she was last seen alive – let alone everyone she may have ARRESTED or helped send to jail or anything like that – and decided that none of them look like likely perps? A community police officer is known to many many people!
James’s body was found in Snowdown Woods quite close to the city of Dover. Well one place in Dover is a garage near the top of the white cliffs that police searched when they were investigating the murder of Sarah Everard, with which a policeman from the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command, Wayne Couzens, has been charged. Makes you think… Did James see too much? It’s not every day that a police officer disappears, whoops, and is then found murdered.