Rivers is finally taken of the handcuffs towards the end of the video, which ends with an officer returning her purse. Helen McCourt's murderer Ian Simms walks free despite never revealing what he did with her body after Rivers then tells the sergeant that she was never told she was being arrested for 'not complying'. The woman told police that her purse had been taken from her shopping cart while she was in the children's department, according to AL. Passengers stranded on coronavirus cruise ship chat over balconies as the number of Final tragic twist of the Jeremy Bamber killings: His adopted sister 'Bambi', who was one of five shot dead US bans all travellers who have passed
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