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#715701 - 11th Aug 2012 9:42am R.I.P. Tia Sharp
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#715729 - 11th Aug 2012 11:39am Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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I stand to be corrected, but wasn't the house searched 4 times by the police already ?? The police may have a few awkward questions to be addressed. They appear to have been a bit slow in treating this case seriously.

Just my own opinions on this, derived from press/radio etc. The true picture will be revealed in due course.

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#715731 - 11th Aug 2012 11:44am Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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withthat i thought the house had been searched too, isn't that the first port of call when a child goes missing!! cupboards, attic, under the stairs, shed etc
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#715735 - 11th Aug 2012 11:58am Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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I think the point they were trying to make is that the body may not have been there when the searches were happening. Police personnel may have missed the body but I very much doubt a group of search dogs who are specially trained for this kind of thing would have missed the scent unless there were some extreme circumstances.

The question is did whoever did it think that the house had been searched as much as it was going to be and thought it safe to bring it back into the house...

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#715742 - 11th Aug 2012 12:35pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: turnip]
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There must be thousands of children reported missing each year to the police, they don't automatically suspect any wrong doing and would take the word of whoever reported the disappearance and of the last sighting.
They don't go in to a full scale murder inquiry, initially, any visits to the property would be to gather information on what the missing person was wearing, their usual habits, friends lists and any clues, notes, face book and inter net activities etc. I can't imagine them ripping a house apart every time a child is reported AWOL. The police have to tread very carefully because the vast majority of families are completely innocent when a child goes missing. The police build up a case slowly and deliberately and the criticism at this moment in time is a bit unfair.
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#715745 - 11th Aug 2012 12:48pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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quite right bert, as you say so many cases now, it is usually someone close to the family, i can;t believe that other people living in the property are not alerted,especially in a small property.usually there are flies and a smell, its very sad tia has lost her young life in this way.r.i.p. tia sharp

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#715748 - 11th Aug 2012 12:58pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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#715749 - 11th Aug 2012 12:59pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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tia;s grandma has now been arrested as well just on News update.

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#715751 - 11th Aug 2012 1:01pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: sunnyside]
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#715810 - 11th Aug 2012 4:04pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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So sad rip. The gran and that rat face lad look like a pair of crack heads.


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#715812 - 11th Aug 2012 4:08pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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i agree pesto, wouldn't want them as grandparents, why do family do this to their own ? beggars belief dosen't it

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#715845 - 11th Aug 2012 6:04pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: bert1]
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Originally Posted By: bert1
There must be thousands of children reported missing each year to the police, they don't automatically suspect any wrong doing and would take the word of whoever reported the disappearance and of the last sighting.
They don't go in to a full scale murder inquiry, initially, any visits to the property would be to gather information on what the missing person was wearing, their usual habits, friends lists and any clues, notes, face book and inter net activities etc. I can't imagine them ripping a house apart every time a child is reported AWOL. The police have to tread very carefully because the vast majority of families are completely innocent when a child goes missing. The police build up a case slowly and deliberately and the criticism at this moment in time is a bit unfair.


Well said Bert. Notwithstanding the fact that over 80 "witnesses" stated they'd seen her after she'd allegedly left their house.

They were looking for a MisPer, not a body. The blame lies at the hands of those who killed her, not at the feet of those that were trying to find her IMO.
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#715852 - 11th Aug 2012 6:15pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: Wench]
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Originally Posted By: bert1
There must be thousands of children reported missing each year to the police, they don't automatically suspect any wrong doing and would take the word of whoever reported the disappearance and of the last sighting.
They don't go in to a full scale murder inquiry, initially, any visits to the property would be to gather information on what the missing person was wearing, their usual habits, friends lists and any clues, notes, face book and inter net activities etc. I can't imagine them ripping a house apart every time a child is reported AWOL. The police have to tread very carefully because the vast majority of families are completely innocent when a child goes missing. The police build up a case slowly and deliberately and the criticism at this moment in time is a bit unfair.


Well said Bert. Notwithstanding the fact that over 80 "witnesses" stated

They were looking for a MisPer, not a body. The blame lies at the hands of those who killed her, not at the feet of those that were trying to find her IMO.


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#715866 - 11th Aug 2012 6:46pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: reddragon]
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On the R4 News at 6pm the police are now admitting to "human error" in missing her on previous search(s) and want to apologise to her parents etc. etc.

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#715874 - 11th Aug 2012 7:08pm Re: R.I.P. Tia Sharp [Re: ]
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Eventually the truth will come to light, the possibility must exist in view of the neighbour being arrested that the girls body could have been next door in his house and passed back to the grandmothers house when they thought it was safe to do so, with a plan to dispose of her. sherlock
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