- Death was proabably an accident
Earlier report here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-17932164
Peter Faulding, an expert on confined spaces says he is convinced Mr Williams was dead before he was put inside the bag.
Mr Faulding said he had tried and failed 300 times. “Even Harry Houdini wouldn’t have managed it,” he said.Posted 4 years agoGrahamSSubscriber
Did anyone really think the public would be told the truth on this?
Seems to me he was deliberately killed in a manner that was difficult to explain, presumably as a double f-you to MI6 or some other agency.
I’m pretty sure there are people who know exactly why he was killed and I’m likewise sure the general public won’t know for decades, if ever.Posted 4 years agoTuckerUKMember
This was the same bloke whose landlady had to untie him from his bed and in whose room £20,000 worth of women’s clothes were found. Just saying, like.
Who was also extremely intelligent (genius?) and would have loved nothing more than posing an unsolvable puzzle upon his death?Posted 4 years agonealgloverMember
Mr Faulding said he had tried and failed 300 times. “Even Harry Houdini wouldn’t have managed it,” he said.
Mr Faulding obviously doesn’t have an iPhone with YouTube app installed.
I found out how to do it in about 30 seconds.
Can’t get out now though ! can someone come to the Linton Travel Tavern and help me (Off Junction 9 of the M11, the Linton Travel Tavern is equidistant between Norwich and London)
Hurry up please.Posted 4 years agonatrixMember
Maybe he constructed some ‘gizmo’ from cotton and spaghetti that could enable him to lock the padlock from inside the bag. He then pulled the gizmo inside the bag and ate it to destroy the evidence. He could then take a lethal dose of poison (in the form of a tablet) so that it wasn’t a long death.
Personally I think that the ‘run away in a burqa’ bloke will be the next to be found in a locked holdall. He was planning to sue MI5 or something http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/nov/13/terror-suspect-burqa-mi5-renditionPosted 4 years ago
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