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Apologies if im going slightly off topic here. I was not sure which board to post this on.

One of the main aspects about Tabrams murder which we know of is the police investigation afterwards. Specifically the line-ups of both Scots?? Guards and Coldstream Guards.

I understand the failure to identify a suspect from these line-ups caused some embarrassment to the police. However i would suggest that this line of inquiry was legitimate.

It suggests the police were at least competent in there investigations both on Tabrams' and the canonical victims' murders.

Personally, this suggests Kidney, Hutchinson and Barnett were at least investigated by the police. Who knows, one or all of them may even have been involved in a police line-up.

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