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The head of one of the biggest police forces in Britain has been found dead, it has been revealed.
Michael Todd, the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP), was reported missing on Monday night.
Rescue teams found his body in a beauty spot in North Wales on Tuesday afternoon, rescue teams in the Snowdon area revealed.
Mr Todd, a former Met Police assistant commissioner, joined GMP in 2002. He also worked in Essex and Nottingham.
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
This is actually a HUGE story...This guy was involved in exposing the CIA 'secret flights' scandal...How soon til the 'suicide note' pops up? lol
Originally posted by Marlborough Red
You would have thought a police officer as senior as this would have seen the weather in the UK on Monday and perhaps decided that this was not really such a good idea.........!
I smell a rat here.....!
"out walking".......on Snowdon?.......Yesterday?.........come on.......thats a just too stupid to be believed.........
Why would you go out walking on Snowdon on a Monday night (this is what the BBC are reporting btw.....)
Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by Peruvianmonk
For pity's sake!
The guy's body isn't even cold yet and already people are screaming "conspiracy".
Let's wait and see what story is given and what evidence there is to support it before flinging accusations around.
The boy and the wolf spring to mind anyone?