segunda-feira, 27 de fevereiro de 2012

Crimes e os cães.

Suzanne Pilley


 The Suzanne Pilley murder trial in Edinburgh has heard how police used dogs which had been specially trained to find evidence of dead bodies.


The cadaver dogs searched the offices where she worked with David Gilroy, who denies her murder.
The springer spaniels identified three areas of interest in the office's basement garage, and two areas in Mr Gilroy's car boot.
Ms Pilley's body has never been found. The trial is adjourned until Friday.


The Suzanne Pilley murder trial in Edinburgh is of interest for the following reasons:

1) Suzanne Pilley's body has not been found
2) Cadaver dogs were used and indicated areas of interest - in the boot of a car belonging to the accused and in the garage area of the building where the accused worked with the alleged murder victim
3) No forensic material was discovered in those areas to link the accused to the perpetration of any crime
4) No confession has been made by the accused to police
5) No confession has been made by the accused to relatives/friends/inmates

Will the jury return a guilty verdict on the strength of the circumstantial evidence available?

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