Context and Background

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Over the last year or so there have been many points made in the newspapers about aspects of Colin’s case that show why it is highly suspicious.

What we would like to do is share, over the course of a few weeks, the knowledge we have gained from the professional help we have been given across a broad range of topics. We would be lost without the help of these individuals and we will be forever grateful.

The areas we aim to cover are:

  • Pathology
  • Fingerprints
  • Forensics
  • Circumstantial evidence
  • The police management on the night of Colin’s death
  • The management up to the end of 2008
  • The management after 2008
  • Areas of being misled
  • The myths of the FAI
  • Swindle’s report

We need to be careful in what we say and where possible we will use media reporting and acknowledged letters from authorities. As you will be aware it will be a disturbing picture but it is much worse than what has been shared to date.

In understanding the way to judge behaviours and actions in this case you need to test them against what you would expect in a murder investigation.

We have been told for some time by those close to us that this should have been investigated as a murder investigation but the Crown Office only stated this for the first time last week.

All suspicious deaths should be treated as murder until proven otherwise.

There will be weekly blogs, normally posted on a Sunday around midday, so please check back regular.