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Subject: RE: Say what?
Date: Saturday, July 07, 2012
Time: 11:56:26 AM
Remote Address: 22.214.171.124
Message ID: 269929
Parent ID: 269884
Thread ID: 269849
I totally disagree with you on this! They should do that, it could prove that he didn't just drown. I know, it was years ago and the guy who did it is dead now, but Brian Jones was killed, and his family has a right to know how he really died. Brian's father felt her was killed, and I never heard that anybody in his family didn't want a better investigation done, they wanted a better one done, as Lewis Jones said so in an interview. But it never got as far as to where they tried to exhume his body, it was only talked about.
I agree. The only way to have closure on this matter is to have Brian Jones' body exhumed, because otherwise, it seems to me that all parties involved would be complicit to just accept that BJ merely "drowned" in a pool because of his "misadventure."
Sure, the police don't want it opened become they will come out looking bad in the end when the truth comes out, since now there is so much more to look into. This case should be re-opened! It may not bring back BJ, but it will give closure to all of this and people can stop being fed lies as to how Brian died.
I would imagine that the police who were around then are long since retired. What good would it serve the current generation of them to cover up a botched police investigation from over 40 years ago? It would seem that they have nothing to protect per se, unless it's the reputation of where they work. Yet, by their doing nothing, they refuse to do justice!
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