posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 05:29 PM
Originally posted by harrytuttle
Well, that same neatly placed items layout occurred in the case of Raymond Lemme, an officer from the
Florida Inspector General's office who was found dead of "suicide" in a seedy Georgia motel room just as he was cracking a major case that
"went all the way to the top."
Raymond Lemme was obviously killed by a hit man, based on all the evidence and witness testimony, and it was made to look like a suicide.
All his items too were laid out in a neat fashion:
[edit on 25-8-2010 by harrytuttle]
That's either extremely interesting, or a passing coincidence. A sense of order presented at a murder scene indicates calculation, a cool head, and
The polices initial explanation that he had been stabbed doesn't wash with me. A stabbing is violent, and a messy affair. From the mental image
presented of the crime scene, violence and mess appear to be missing. Obviously we don't have enough information - but combine this weighty
supposition with the orderly scene of the man's phone paraphenalia, and you get a trend.
The only other interesting thing is that the chappy was stuffed in a bag. Why would he be left in a bag at the scene? He was left in the bath, which
would indicate to some that this was the scene of (assumed) dismemberment. Easily washable, and a containment area for gore etc. But still, why put
him in a bag in the bath?
My view is, that the flat is not the murder scene. I believe he was murdered elsewhere, dismembered, and then stuffed in the holdall bag. He
would've been put in the bath, simply because there would be no 'leakage' to provide forensic evidence or early warnings as to the situation -
blood leaking through the floor / celing of the apartment below etc.
It will be interesting to see what evidence emerges of his whereabouts in the weeks prior. We could begin establishing a potential motive with his
Then there's the absence of information about the condition of the flat. If someone who DID NOT HAVE ACCESS to the flat broke in, there would be
evidence. Did they use his key? Or did they have an extra key?
The absence of information presented to the press is evidence enough that something else is going on here - especially if the intelligence services
are feigning annoyance at the amount of information presented to the press by the police. That acts as both a very public warning and a smoke
Eyes and ears open people.