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  • Unsolved Double Murder -John Cooper ?

    Double murders, both related family members , both robbery motives - both committed on Dec 22 by scruffy man (although photofits are not alike).Could John Cooper be killer of the elderly sisters ?Just got me intrigued- but members here will know far than me whether it is a credible theory or just a non -starter.Thoughts please

    https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/new...urder-12618702 The neighbour reported that on December 22nd, he had seen a “scruffy looking” man, “like a vagrant”,


    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-...wales-13538545 John Cooper guilty of two Pembrokeshire double murders He murdered brother and sister Richard and Helen Thomas then burned down their house on December 22,His appearance at the time, with scruffy mullet and moustache

    We're standing alone inside the night
    listen the wind is calling
    to the dangerzone beyond the light
    and suddenly we are falling
    But there ain't no stopping us now
    I don't know if I'll be back tonight
    It's just a machine inside of my head
    and now all the wheels are turning
    I'll think of the words we never said
    and deep in my heart it's burning
    But there is no stopping it now
    we're gonna make it somehow
    you wait tonight
    and we're waiting for the light
    Into the fire we will run
    into the sound of distant drums
    when you're walking alone in a dream
    on a highway to nowhere
    nowhere tonight

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    Cooper is also a suspect in the murders of Harry and Megan Tooze, for which an innocent man, their son-in-law, was first convicted, then released with his conviction quashed.
    "I make a point of never having any prejudices, and of following docilely where fact may lead me..."
    Sherlock Holmes, in The Adventure of The Reigate Squires
    The Accomplice Theory - 'on balance, the best explanation for one of the most puzzling murder cases in British criminal history' - Move to Murder, 2018
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/s0jpn0kyuq...heory.pdf?dl=0

    Compendium of Resources
    https://forum.casebook.org/forum/soc...882#post650882

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