Natasha Whittam wrote:I'm not sure what's funny about people making up ridiculous conspiracy stories.
Making them up is one thing, believing them and publicly calling out her partner as a killer, is entirely another.
On reflection it now seems the police were right to believe all along that she went into the water. From what has come out since she first disappeared it does seem that she was suffering mental health issues. I wonder if the earlier instance of police and 'care' staff (I don't think it ever mention ambulance or a doctor) may have had something to do with a suicide attempt by her?
If so, then it does surprise me that the family felt so strongly that she hadn't gone in the water?
Maybe there wasn't an earlier suicide attempt then at all - but why had the police and care staff been called out then?
I wonder why they were apparently so convinced she hadn't?
On the face of it, her disappearance did seem to be a mystery and not finding her body, despite all the efforts in nearly two weeks, which was just one mile down stream, did indeed lead to room to think she wasn't in there at all.
At the end of the day the poor woman was found dead and her two young daughters have to grow up without their mum and live with this awful trauma they have had to live through for the rest of their lives.
As always it is the innocents that suffer the most.
The behaviour of Sky and ITV at their moment of greatest grieve is simply disgusting.