2021-01-06 10:09:03 UTC
Last night's was more misery. I think after dragging it out for so
long they should wrap it up more satisfyingly now.
I don't think the police woman's way of interviewing people, a very
aggressive way, is a good way to get all the information. Or what
police should be doing. I know people say that is what they do as 99%
will then look guilty and that means they are innocent and the guilty
don't look it, and that might be true, but the police don't behave
like that in Midsommer. I prefer those police.
And the way they treated Kirsty was unpleasant and unnecessary.
Locking her into a cell surely achieved nothing and they didn't charge
her. As she called them and only helped with accounts for Philip once
I thought, and she could say he told her later those were not the real
accounts, they might want to keep looking into it but as Lynda said it
It was brave of Kirsty to go to Lynda and Lynda was predictably nice
Since the BBC should surely be cheering us up a bit I do hope this
story quickly gets better. I know investigation and then court etc can
take ages, but at least get some good news in there. And in other
story lines. I can't remember the rules for minimum time before being
able to divorce but have a feeling the timeis short if special
circumstances, and this might be those?