Murders in Ireland - Or it may not be Ireland, we're not sure, check back later


#2445

Sherlock Holmes wouldn’t solve it.


#2446

I think what we’ve learned from this is that Kevs source in the police loves filling him with shit :sweat_smile:


#2447

And his family too


#2448

This is an embarrassment to TFK.
Surely to God its not hard to solve a crime like this in a little village.


#2449

It surely can

The more random the harder to solve surely???

There is absolutely no precedent here


#2450

why is there no precedent?


#2451

Do you know of fellas arms being cut off with slash hooks in sleepy irish town lands? ??

Didn’t think it was common tbh


#2452

The only place I’ve heard about the arms being cut off was your posts on here. Have you anything to back that up? He apparently was alive for 2 hours after the attack which would be hard to believe if his arms had been chopped off.


#2453

Of course it’s possible

But do you have anything to back up that he was alive for 2 hours?


#2454

I do

Despite the fact that Mr Wilk suffered such extensive and severe injuries, he survived for almost two hours.

Now have you anything to confirm or back up that his arms were chopped off?


#2455

It was asexuals


#2456

Holocaust deniers?


#2457

Rape apologists?


#2458

LHOT Right oriented weirdos?


#2459

It was Lithuanians with English and Irish accents. It was a case of mistaken identity as they were looking to carry out a sacrificial killing on the gay lodger, not the man asleep with his wife.


#2460

Something like this wouldn’t even make the news in Lithuania. They’d just see it as an armless bit of fun.


#2461

It was just a handy number but they don’t want to get fingered for it.


#2462

#2463

One property contained Eastern Europeans, one Travellers, one local drug dealers, one a suspected MI5 operative and the last one was the headquarters of Lithuanian ritual killing cult.


#2464

Cockney/mockney accents?