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Funny how no one suspects that a member of the Royal Family could have been involved.
I mean, I expect the Queen's estate to be heavily guarded and monitored 24/7. Not likely that any outsider "just happened" to have buried and hidden that body at the Queen's estate.
Even though the body was found quite far away from the actual residence, I would suspect that if you went hanging around in those woods at night, especially doing some suspicious, that there are people on watch safeguarding the Royals well being
Originally posted by wrdwzrd
reply to post by CasiusIgnoranze
I most definitely agree....if they found a body on your or my property, its a safe bet we'd be one of the main suspects in the case.....
So it is an open field and anyone could do it, including those who live closest to that public space, those who live on the estate. Right?
If it is public how can it be royal estate?
Police are investigating after human remains were found in woodland near the royal family's country retreat at Sandringham House in Norfolk.
A member of the public reported the find at Anmer, King's Lynn, on New Year's Day shortly after 4pm, according to Norfolk constabulary.
The force said that its detectives were investigating; an area has been sealed off, and a search is being carried out.
The Queen's estate stretches over 8,000 hectares, 240 of which make up the woodland and heath of the Country Park and are open to the public. Sandringham House, built in 1870, is used by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh as a country retreat, and traditionally they and their family spend Christmas there.
This is not the first time a body has been found on a royal estate, to me that requires more investigation.
And on a side note, I have no interest in the Royal Family at all, I dont hate them one bit.
In the afternoon of March 15th this year, a gardener working on behalf of the Royal Parks arrived at West Island, a tree-covered piece of land at the end of St James’s Park that is nearest to Buckingham Palace whose usual residents are wildfowl.
After clearing away some leaves, the tree surgeon uncovered Mr Moore’s skeleton, next to some vodka bottles and a decayed yellow cushion.
The only way to reach the small island is by swimming or wading across the shallow lake, or by taking a boat, but it is only about 100 yards from the entrance to Buckingham Palace and thousands of tourists and Londoners walk past it every day.
“This island is checked by Wildlife Officers three times a year, however work to prune trees and to inspect it closely is carried out every two years - it was during one of these inspections that the discovery was made. Going forward we are planning to carry out thorough inspections on a more regular basis.”
(S ource) - (All from the same article btw, just snippets of interest)
But a homeless man who sleeps rough in St James’s Park said it was not uncommon for people to swim over to the island.
Jason Harris, 52, said: “Quite a few do it. They take their clothes off, put them in a plastic bag and swim over there.”
He had not heard of Mr Moore's demise or of the police stopping people from going on the island, however.
“The police can't get at them.”
The case has revived memories of that of a Frenchwoman who was obsessed with George V and stood for hours outside Buckingham Palace, believing that the king was sending her signals by moving the curtains.
It led to the coining of the term de Clérambault's syndrome to describe a person's delusion that a famous person is in love with them, named after the psychiatrist who studied her, and was mentioned in Ian McEwan's novel Enduring Love.
Originally posted by ludwigvonmises003
Festival of diana happens to be in august-september and involves human sacrifice and was celebrated by elites .Thus a occultic blood murder by the royal family.
The british propaganda media must not be trusted.British murdered 1.8 billion indians in 200 years so this is peanuts.