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It sounds like the gunman fired six times into the same hole in the middle of his chest.

The police knew he had keyhole surgery so when they find him dead and bleeding profusely from a hole in his chest they must have thought "well there's the keyhole, they forgot to sew it up".

I don't know where they get them from but it's presumably the same home for the mentally bewildered as the Met, as in the recent gay serial killer case where the corner actually told them she thought the guy had been killed and they ignored it so he killed another two blokes and dumped them in the same graveyard half a mile away from him.  Police "thought" (I use the term loosely) it was a suicide because he had a suicide note in his hand, with the mere issue that it wasn't even in his handwriting:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38096318

 

 

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2 hours ago, SarahBell said:

Although Essex Police originally thought he died of natural causes, it emerged he had been shot six times.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-38377329

Police do not decide cause of death.

They turn up at a scene, they call doctors/undertakers.

Plod may have thought he was dead, but then called experts.

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5 minutes ago, Bloo Loo said:

Police do not decide cause of death.

They turn up at a scene, they call doctors/undertakers.

Plod may have thought he was dead, but then called experts.

They may not make the financial decision but they do make an initial call such as "no suspicious circumstances" or if there are then "police enquiries are continuing".

From the Independent:

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A spokesman said: “Police and paramedics who attended the scene initially assessed the death as non-suspicious due to pre-existing injuries as a result of recent surgery. Closer inspection raised doubt and a post-mortem examination was conducted to establish the cause of death.”

It is understood a junior police constable did not independently check the body and instead relied on the assessment of the paramedics.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/john-palmer-police-face-inquiry-over-failure-to-spot-notorious-criminal-had-been-shot-10362434.html

 

And this is somebody who was continually monitored by a four man team for eight years up to his death because of his criminal connections.  And they sent a junior policeman who didn't even have a look for himself.  I suspect he or she had a good degree in SJW studies from Goshawk Poly and was worried that they mightbe triggered.

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A top-secret surveillance operation monitored gunned-down timeshare fraudster John “Goldfinger” Palmer for at least eight years up until his death two weeks ago, it can be revealed.

The British operation, which drew upon listening devices placed by Spanish law enforcement, amassed a treasure trove of intelligence on organised crime figures from at least 2007. Fears about the operation being compromised by corrupt police officers resulted in it being established at a remote RAF base in the north of England.

A four-man team, some of whom retired during the course of the operation but were kept on for operational and secrecy reasons, was fed a daily diet of information about Palmer’s meetings and associations as he flitted around the globe and between Britain, Tenerife and mainland Spain.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/john-goldfinger-palmer-murdered-fraudster-was-under-surveillance-10382969.html

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5 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

They may not make the financial decision but they do make an initial call such as "no suspicious circumstances" or if there are then "police enquiries are continuing".

From the Independent:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/john-palmer-police-face-inquiry-over-failure-to-spot-notorious-criminal-had-been-shot-10362434.html

 

And this is somebody who was continually monitored by a four man team for eight years up to his death because of his criminal connections.  And they sent a junior policeman who didn't even have a look for himself.  I suspect he or she had a good degree in SJW studies from Goshawk Poly and was worried that they mightbe triggered.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/john-goldfinger-palmer-murdered-fraudster-was-under-surveillance-10382969.html

It would have been a plod on a shift covering general duties.

If a paramedic missed it, why would the plod suspect otherwise?..The death was still suspicious because a PM was carried out to determine cause.

Sure, the Officer has learned a lesson, but the system worked regardless of one persons knowledge.

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