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Pierre 01-02-2016 02:54 PM

He gave the police his name
 
Hi,

I hardly dare to write this down.

Today I have been examining a data source from 1888. I have been looking at this very briefly before and I thought there was nothing specific about this source. But I made an analysis of it today - and it contains the full name of the person I think was the killer.

There is now hardly any doubt. I must have found him.

But I will not give his name before I have seen the last bit of data. I want to give you conclusive evidence.

Kind regards, Pierre

Elamarna 01-02-2016 02:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pierre (Post 366577)
Hi,

I hardly dare to write this down.

Today I have been examining a data source from 1888. I have been looking at this very briefly before and I thought there was nothing specific about this source. But I made an analysis of it today - and it contains the full name of the person I think was the killer.

There is now hardly any doubt. I must have found him.

But I will not give his name before I have seen the last bit of data. I want to give you conclusive evidence.

Kind regards, Pierre

it is not up to you to say you have found him,
you may have done, maybe not.
present your theory and the world will decide.

Pierre 01-02-2016 03:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elamarna (Post 366578)
it is not up to you to say you have found him,
you may have done, maybe not.
present your theory and the world will decide.

Sorry, Steve. But that is the truth. I actually believe this is the one.

Regards, Pierre

JadenCollins 01-02-2016 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pierre (Post 366577)
Hi,

I hardly dare to write this down.

Today I have been examining a data source from 1888. I have been looking at this very briefly before and I thought there was nothing specific about this source. But I made an analysis of it today - and it contains the full name of the person I think was the killer.

There is now hardly any doubt. I must have found him.

But I will not give his name before I have seen the last bit of data. I want to give you conclusive evidence.

Kind regards, Pierre

Fair enough, P!

Question; is the killer already listed as suspect or not?

Pierre 01-02-2016 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JadenCollins (Post 366584)
Fair enough, P!

Question; is the killer already listed as suspect or not?

Hi JadenCollins,

As I have said before, he is not a known suspect.

Kind regards, Pierre

Chris2307uk 01-02-2016 03:08 PM

Pierre,

Were you not looking for your last bit of data 3 sets of new data ago?

John G 01-02-2016 03:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pierre (Post 366577)
Hi,

I hardly dare to write this down.

Today I have been examining a data source from 1888. I have been looking at this very briefly before and I thought there was nothing specific about this source. But I made an analysis of it today - and it contains the full name of the person I think was the killer.

There is now hardly any doubt. I must have found him.

But I will not give his name before I have seen the last bit of data. I want to give you conclusive evidence.

Kind regards, Pierre

Hello Pierre,

I don't know if you've noticed but some of your posts have started to take on a Hitchcockian quality!

Elamarna 01-02-2016 03:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pierre (Post 366582)
Sorry, Steve. But that is the truth. I actually believe this is the one.

Regards, Pierre

if it is, why are you sorry

JadenCollins 01-02-2016 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pierre (Post 366586)
Hi JadenCollins,

As I have said before, he is not a known suspect.

Kind regards, Pierre

Well, I'm curious to know who it is.
Gather all your data and present it to the public as soon as possible, because you never know, the longer you wait to get it out, the bigger the possibility that someone else made the same discovery, and who knows that person might get it out to the public before you, and what if that solves the case? That'd be a bummer, right?

...


Jaden

Elamarna 01-02-2016 03:13 PM

pierre,
does your new data count as part of your evidence ?


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