reply to post by fiftyfifty
Thanks for your ideas 50/50, you might well be right with them.
Listening to the latest, the asphyxiation idea seems about right. I just cant understand why they are so fixated on whether he did the impossible
himself or someone forced/helped him. Seems open and shut to my mind.
But still they pose the question?
Latest is that;
a) The heating was left on, which speed up decomposition, mind you, I leave my heating on all year, so maybe not so strange, unless it was turned
b) There are 2 sets of unidentified DNA traces.
c) Some sort of trace has/might have been found on a towel in the kitchen, I think. Maybe the clean up guy wiped his hands before he left? (Watch out
for someone leaving their post rather suddenly. Hehe)
I am surprised that there was nobody to care for the block, my parents block of flats had such a guy who tidied round, checked on visitors, helped
with groceries, and oversaw any work that was done. I assumed any reasonable block would have the same, in this case it seems no or if there was he
saw nothing. Or have I missed something?
Gareth Williams seems to have been a very active man, being involved with ciphers, programming, visited the US and CIA (I think I read ), not someone
you want to leave to fend for themselves, I wonder why they did nothing for a week or indeed allowed him so much freedom?
Was it an inside job? Was his return to Cheltenham so risky? Who else would have wanted him silenced. MOSAD,CIA,KGB (Do they still exist?)? Was it a
All conspiratorial stuff and nobody is interested, suppose he needs some fuzzy balls of light in the sky or a missile in the bathroom like a plane to
get interest? Hehe.