Friday, March 14, 2008

One Is Unfortunate, Two Are Unlikely, But Three?

In the past week, three police officers have died in suspicious circumstances, two of whom have apparently committed suicide.

Most notably, the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Michael Todd, was found dead at the bottom of a cliff in Snowdonia.

On the same day, Sergeant Richard Fuller, the chief of security for Camilla (as in Prince Charles and) is believed to have shot himself, despite no outward signs of depression.

Late yesterday evening, Inspector Neil Munro - a Section Inspector in command of the North Bournemouth area - is believed to have fallen from a cross channel ferry on his way to France. His body was found this morning under a jetty outside a property on "Millionaire's Row" in Sandbanks.

My condolences to their families. I just hope there's nothing else linking these men apart from the unfortunate coincidence of their deaths.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The link between these men is that they were all Police Officers.

Oh, and that they are all dead now.

And Wales has got a high incidence of suicide.... But Bournemouth isn't IN Wales... nor is a ferry... so I guess they are not linked by Wales... unless it was Whales... but then there are reltively few whales north of Bournemouth...

Coincidence? I think not.


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