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12 September 2018

What they didn't tell you about the UK Animal Killer

Clearly the public is not being given the full story as to the absolute strangeness of the UK Animal Killer aka Croydon Cat Killer. The following details have been released by SNARL in the effort to prove that a certain professional, Professor Stephen Harris, in a New Scientist article, does not know what he is talking about by claiming that foxes are the reasons behind the grizzly deaths. The release of information actually proves to the rest of us that something more is happening here besides someone running around the UK mutilating animals. 

"We have been made aware of an article published last week in the New Scientist magazine, by a behaviourist, Professor Harris. 

Without wishing to cast aspersions on that publication's journalistic integrity, it is unfortunate that they didn't speak to us before going ahead and printing it. It might have saved a few red faces. 

Anyway, the operation that Stephen Harris refers to was Operation Obelisk which indeed ran at the end of 1999. His view on the issue was taken as gospel and the investigation was closed. 

He is not and was not a forensic pathologist. I can't comment on why he was asked to look at bodies. 

Whilst it's true that Professor Harris tried to put a stop to Operation Takahe in the early days, it is also true that he refused to meet with the investigation team and the pathologist when it was clear that the killings were not the result of fox predication and due to his perceived eminence, they felt they should at least pay him some respect by explaining their findings. 

He is not and never has been, as has been claimed on some groups on social media, part of the forensic team investigating these incidents. 

Finally, what wasn't documented in 1999 were the behavioural aspects of this case. However clever foxes are, they are, as far as we are aware, unable to:

  • enter a hutch with closed slide bolts, killing and decapitating a rabbit, putting the body back in the hutch afterwards, arranging the body as if he or she was asleep and sliding the bolt back afterwards and leaving no blood anywhere. 
  • killing an animal, leaving a trail of fur leading to where they've placed an internal organ, in an elevated position in another place in the garden, and the next night replacing that organ with a collar.
  • killing an animal, removing two leg bones via neat little incisions, stripping them cleanly and entirely with no bite marks, returning to place them upright at the scene a couple of days later (as shown on the documentary). 
  • killing animals on clearly defined journeys in and out of South London. If these incidents were all down to foxes, we would have reports from all over, not just in places off main roads which we are able to map. Foxes just are not that clever.
  • In one sickening incident a year ago, a pet rabbit which used a dog flap to get into its home on the south coast was targeted by the sadistic killer. The rabbit was beheaded and its body left in the middle of the lawn. Later, an organ was left on a nearby wall. “The owner did not want to touch the organ so left it for the foxes. The following day, the rabbit’s collar was left on the wall where the organ had been, which is pretty chilling. The dog flap which had been used by the rabbit was kicked in maliciously.
  • The cats who have been decapitated have had their heads removed in exactly the same manner and place each time. Where we have recovered both head and body, the same small part is missing from each. We find it difficult to understand how foxes can replicate this perfectly across a range of victims across a vast geographical area.
  • What has also not been explained is why we have no cases in Scotland or Wales, Devon, East Anglia, Suffolk, Rutland, etc given that we have rescue and lost and found contacts there who would notify us if bodies were found.
  • In West Wickham, a cat’s collar was returned five months after the cat was killed. That’s not foxes.
  • In Watford, a rabbit was killed and six months later, his head was returned to his garden and found by his owner. It was pristine and looked like it had just happened. This wasn’t reported to Police as she was disgusted by their response when reporting the incident. That’s not foxes.
  • Early on in the investigation, two years ago, a headless cat was found near his home in Morland Road, Addiscombe. The cat’s head was found in Dalmally Road, upright, in the centre of the garden. The body was missing the same, small piece we had already noted on other victims.
  • All four of these victims had injuries identical to those seen elsewhere. If foxes are responsible for the others, then how have they managed all of this? If foxes are responsible for all of the others but not the ones mentioned above, how is it that the injuries are identical?
  • Collars have been returned days and months later, a head nailed to a door and body parts returned up to six months after the death.
  • Finally, we decided to visibly monitor an area where there had been a spate of attacks over an extended period. In the 10 months since that started, there have been no further incidents in that area. There have however been attacks just outside that area.

For all of these reasons, we have taken a collective decision this afternoon to continue with the investigation. We now have the skills within our extended team to cover most of what police would be doing anyway

There are plenty of other pieces of documented behaviour which we can't disclose but they and all of the above are a matter of investigative and most importantly, police record.

Which is why, despite Professor Harris's efforts, we and police have continued with the investigation for two and a half years.

We hope this clarifies things and puts paid to some of the sillier speculation going out there."

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1 comment :

  1. Amazing, they tell you , in fact they spell it out, that the mutilations are strange occurrences. They basically admit the whole situation is strange and on a paranormal scale. Then they trip over their own big feet and accuse humans as being the culprit of the mutilations. S.N.A.R.L must explain how these acrobatically feats of arranging and mutilating animals bodies shut in hutches on the owners properties, animals that are also attacked in different parts of the country. Mutilations that no one witnesses, and the police that can catch no one. So come on S.N.A.R.L you have as good as admitted the animal mutilations are paranormal even if you do not realize it, now tell us who is doing it, what you really feel, just leave the human cause out of it.

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