- Dec 27, 2016
- AFL Club
- Western Bulldogs
Anything possible but scratches and bites indicates direct involvement imo. Unless there were two men alone on the beach that day.https://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/crime-and-justice/person-of-interest-in-toyah-cordingley-case-behaving-strangely/news-story/2aabedc74ac24858e6789a74fbace2f6
If the POI Rajwinder Singh was not the murderer or one of the murderers, maybe he saw who was, knew who was, or interacted with who was, and fled the country in panic and fear for his and his families safety.
He'd been taking off for long stretches of time in the previous seven weeks, according to family and sitting on deserted beaches.
He travelled about 100kms north from Innisfail to Cairns where Toyah was, then on further north again to Wangetti Beach. Was he following her?
It's possible imo he may have been stalking Toyah in those seven weeks he'd been behaving oddly waiting for opportunity. Most women when they're being stalked, don't even know it until the stalker wants them to know.