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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Not Welsh by any chance are you
    lmao!
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Not Welsh by any chance are you
    lmao
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    The train thing is true, i read about it last week.. i think she was stabbed in the back..

    people die all the time, in worst situations than this, you just never hear about them becuase there not shown on the TV news.
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    Lol! Brixtons not that bad. Never had any problems in London really ... apart one guy who tried to mug me at knifepoint when i was walking under the bridge just before clapham station. Lets just say I dont think he will be mugging any one else!! Idiot didn't even know how to use a knife!!

    The really dangerous places are round me. The nasty parts of surrey, worse than brixton, stockwell etc anyday. Had far more problems round here. Walking home at night makes me more scared than walking to Stockwell/Brixton/Clapham tubes at night.
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    (Original post by SciFi25)
    Lol! Brixtons not that bad. Never had any problems in London really ... apart one guy who tried to mug me at knifepoint when i was walking under the bridge just before clapham station. Lets just say I dont think he will be mugging any one else!! Idiot didn't even know how to use a knife!!

    The really dangerous places are round me. The nasty parts of surrey, worse than brixton, stockwell etc anyday. Had far more problems round here. Walking home at night makes me more scared than walking to Stockwell/Brixton/Clapham tubes at night.
    lol
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    (Original post by Andy C)
    The train thing is true, i read about it last week.. i think she was stabbed in the back..

    people die all the time, in worst situations than this, you just never hear about them becuase there not shown on the TV news.
    what paper did you read it in?!
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    (Original post by W*W*J*D)
    lol
    Serious, I swear its more dangerous round here. I mean for one its actually dark at night and the roads are deserted!!
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    (Original post by Andy C)
    The train thing is true, i read about it last week.. i think she was stabbed in the back..

    people die all the time, in worst situations than this, you just never hear about them becuase there not shown on the TV news.
    So how did the doctor get her off the train? That's the only thing I don't understand. If you'd just murdered someone and a random bloke tried to take your only witness to safety, you'd kick up a fuss, wouldn't you?!
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    if someone kept staring at me in the train, i would eventually get up and ask 'whats up' or give them a slap. glad i wasnt on the train. spooky
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    if you dont go to tubes or train stations at night eg crystal palace, brixton camberwell, stockwell youll be fine

    and streatham is fine! i practively live on streatham high road. and how did someone see a person doin lines in the street?i ve never seen that. and crystal palace is full of gangs of kids becasue theres like 5 schools that are in that area and they all go all over the place! and brixton isnt that bad now
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    (Original post by red665)
    What high security train companies are operating near you?! security? on a train? boll*cks. You'd be lucky to get a driver, the state some of the companies are in.

    I believe this story - it was in Brixton. Ever been there? this **** happens. It isn't a nice place.
    So your telling me, they managed to drag a dead body, a presumably heavy dead body; past the ticket barrier without it closing, or arising any suspicion, down the steps, onto the train, then out of the train, up the stairs/lifts of whatever they got out from, and then through a further ticket barrier, without anyone batting an eyelid?

    Further you think they could travel to, from, and between a station and a safe house without arising any suspicion.

    Also, you think that any potential murdered, no matter how stupid, would risk taking dead body on a train?

    Think about it.

    Also, what about the blood, where did they, and how did they manage to conceal it? A stab wound would have been dificult to conceal, no matter what they do.
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    (Original post by Mad Caddie)
    So your telling me, they managed to drag a dead body, a presumably heavy dead body; past the ticket barrier without it closing, or arising any suspicion, down the steps, onto the train, then out of the train, up the stairs/lifts of whatever they got out from, and then through a further ticket barrier, without anyone batting an eyelid?

    Further you think they could travel to, from, and between a station and a safe house without arising any suspicion.

    Also, you think that any potential murdered, no matter how stupid, would risk taking dead body on a train?

    Think about it.
    well this is london alot of dum **** goes on
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    (Original post by gossip_girl)
    well this is london alot of dum **** goes on
    I live in London, I know exactly what its like, fool! :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Mad Caddie)
    I live in London, I know exactly what its like, fool! :rolleyes:
    ok ok i thought you were someone from like essex or something lol
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    (Original post by Mad Caddie)
    I live in London, I know exactly what its like, fool! :rolleyes:
    me used to live in london 2, me better off in mancs dawg, come an join me 4 ur safty and health.
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    (Original post by gossip_girl)
    ok ok i thought you were someone from like essex or something lol
    Hahahaha.... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by parkerboy)
    me used to live in london 2, me better off in mancs dawg, come an join me 4 ur safty and health.
    if i was to leave London i would never go to mancs for safety lol
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    what happened to the doctor n didnt they try to stop him from stopping the witness?? hmmm to many loopholes :confused: .. but scary nonetheless :eek:
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    (Original post by parkerboy)
    me used to live in london 2, me better off in mancs dawg, come an join me 4 ur safty and health.
    I like London just fine. I just don't go to the scummy parts. I'll be fine.
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    (Original post by mxox)
    what happened to the doctor n didnt they try to stop him from stopping the witness?? hmmm to many loopholes :confused: .. but scary nonetheless :eek:
    Yes, it would make a good movie, unfortunately, we have to just be assured that the person who made this thread has an overactive imagination.

    Just think, if this was true, it would have been national news.
 
 
 
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