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Letter-U-Unknown Source of Evidence

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The first team reached the evidential support to suspect a migrant labourer had vanished from the area just after the crime.  That doesn’t fit the logic and rationale based on further evidence that he had the motive or the ability to plan and execute the murder.  

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Can we disclose the victim’s dairy as a piece of evidence at this time?

Manoj Kovoor accepted the Channel 36 invitation to participate in the panel discussion.  Instead, he was anxious to be part of it as an opportunity to clear the dirty air shrouding the reputation of the first investigation team.  It got just dropped from the scene, and no reasons to qualify that action.  Added to that was the incompetency of those who managed the matter relegated it to non-prominence.

Ninety per cent of the evidence the special investigation team has used in the charge sheet submitted to the trial court came from the sweat of the first team.  One addition is planting a loner suspect, to the dismay of the first team, because it distorted the open course and progress of the murder investigation.  

The possibility of the migrant labourer being the murder suspect undermined the logical and natural progression of the case.  That was the only possible reason why the Special Investigation got hatched.  That was a logical misfit burdening the public’s minds and was getting discussed in various media channels.

The questioning of the victim’s mother halted immediately after the first investigation team got dropped.  She was a high-profile witness in the case.  It was a noted factor.  Why she got dropped remains a mystery to anyone.   

The first team reached the evidential support to suspect a migrant labourer had vanished from the area just after the crime.  That doesn’t fit the logic and rationale based on further evidence that he had the motive or the ability to plan and execute the murder.  

Without the support of any additional evidence, the Special Team made him the lone suspect in the case.  Anything derived out of the situation is that he got planted.  This was the prosecution's intentional creation of a big hole in the entire issue for the real culprits to escape neatly from the scene. 




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