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Old 10-14-2017, 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Sam Flynn View Post
Under a railway arch or in a vault on a building-site doesn't constitute a public place. And throwing a thigh over a hedge doesn't count as "leaving" a body part there either.Whose skinned face floated down the Thames?

Besides, how many people - if any - are going to even spot such a small object against the great bulk of the Thames? Same goes for any other body part, really. Who was the killer's intended audience? Did he have it in for the River Police?
Under a railway arch is certainly a public place, Gareth. It was there for anybody - that is to say the public - to see.
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