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Channel 5 programme re-ignites debate over who killed Suzy Lamplugh

first_imgHome » Features » Agencies & People » Channel 5 programme re-ignites debate over who killed Suzy Lamplugh previous nextAgencies & PeopleChannel 5 programme re-ignites debate over who killed Suzy LamplughFather of serial killer Steven Wright says he is still “troubled” by links between his son and the London estate agent, who disappeared in 1986 after attending a property viewing.Nigel Lewis7th December 201704,468 Views A documentary on Channel 5 last night has reignited the debate over who killed 25-year-old estate agent Suzy Lamplugh, who vanished in 1986 after meeting a ‘Mr Kipper’ to view a property in Fulham, SW London.Suzy was officially declared dead in 1994 although her remains have never been found.During the programme ‘My Son The Serial Killer’ (see right) aired last night at 9pm, the father of convicted serial killer Steven Wright said he was “troubled” by pictures of his son with Suzy Lamplugh.Steven worked with Suzy on the QE2 cruise ship during the 1980s but during the original police investigation into Suzy’s disappearance, he was ruled out.But a diary entry made by a family member revealed that he was on shore leave in the UK on the day that Suzy disappeared.Steven Wright, who was also known as the ‘Suffolk Strangler’, was convicted in 2007 of killing five prostitutes during a ten-day period in Ipswich the previous year.His father, Conrad, who is now 81, says in the documentary that he still has “many questions” in his mind about the link between his son and Suzy (pictured, left) and has been asking himself ‘what if’ questions about her murder.But in 1999 Scotland Yard said the person they thought most likely to have murdered Suzy Lamplugh is convicted rapist and killer John Cannan. He denied any involvement.The Suzy Lamplugh Trust was set up in Suzy’s mother in 1986 to raise awareness about the safety of people working in the property industry and wider campaigns about personal safety including stalking, lone workers and personal alarms.Steven Wright Conrad Wright Suzy Lamplugh Suzy Lamplugh Trust December 7, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

Lithuania approves LNG terminal acquisition after 2024

first_imgLithuania’s Governmental Commission on the Economic Infrastructure Development has approved the acquisition of the LNG terminal beyond 2024. With the acquisition, the commission noted the long-term import of LNG into Lithuania has been secured, adding that it is the economically and strategically sustainable solution for the country to ensure competitive gas prices and lower maintenance costs in the short and long term.The decision came following a technical and economic alternative analysis and recommendations of international independent consultants, Klaipedos Nafta, the terminal operator said in a statement.Two main alternatives have been assessed, the long-term rent of the terminal after 2024 and the acquisition of the terminal, the operator said.With the decision to acquire the terminal after 2024, a terminal maintenance cost sharing has been agreed enabling a maintenance costs reduction by €23 million ($26.9 million) from 2019, dropping from €66 million to €43 million.“Bearing in mind that in future Lithuania will need a long-term assurance of LNG supply and taking into consideration energy security and competitive prices, we have chosen the option, which provides the highest economic effect and which is the most sustainable in the long run, since Lithuania will have the access to the international LNG markets,” said Žygimantas Vaičiūnas, minister of energy.Klaipedos Nafta’s CEO Mindaugas Jusius added that acquiring the terminal provides Lithuania with flexibility, due to the universal nature of the FSRU Independence, which,  when necessary, can be used in other commercial projects.According to the study performed by Pöyry Management Consulting, the LNG terminal in Lithuania will remain the main tool for the exertion of pressure on gas prices.According to the consultants, failure to assure the import of LNG supply will result in insufficient competitive pressure on Russian gas prices. The LNG terminal eliminates the risks related to Gazprom possibilities of abuse of the dominating position in the market and its unreasonable increase of gas import prices for consumers, the statement reads.Experts believe that without a terminal, Gazprom could increase the Russian gas import prices by up to 20 percent, with the annual amount overpaid potentially reaching €160 million.last_img read more

Today’s MLB DFS Picks: Advice, strategy for Friday’s DraftKings, FanDuel daily fantasy baseball contests

first_imgWatch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZN Editor’s Note: This is a FREE preview of Fantasy Alarm’s MLB DFS Playbook. For full analysis every day and more ways to dominate your daily fantasy baseball competition, check out DFS site-specific advice and the rest of Fantasy Alarm’s great season-long and DFS tools available to subscribers.MORE: Fantasy Alarm PRO toolsToday’s MLB DFS Picks: DraftKings, FanDuel advice for Friday, April 26Miles Mikolas, Cardinals vs. Reds. Mikolas, aka the Lizard King, has allowed three or fewer earned runs in four of his five starts this season and makes a living on his 49-percent ground-ball rate. He’s not a big strikeout pitcher by any means (17.3 percent), but a 3.9-percent walk rate always helps him limit the potential damage. Up against the Reds, who have 25-percent strikeout rate vs RHP, he should hit the upper end of his strikeout potential tonight.Jason Castro, Twins vs. Orioles. Castro should slot into the starting lineup tonight for the Twins since he will have the platoon advantage against Alex Cobb, who allowed a .330 wOBA and 1.15 HR/9 to lefthanded hitters last season. He’s great salary relief on a loaded slate.MORE: Friday DK Lineup | Friday SP rankingsJustin Smoak, 1B, Blue Jays vs. A’s. Do you want any of this Smoak? Well, you should in a matchup like this. The Blue Jays come in with an implied run total at 4.46. Smoak is up against Mike Fiers, who allowed a .305 wOBA to lefties last season along with 1.52 HR/9. Smoak had a massive .257 ISO vs RHP last year, putting him on home run watch tonight.Kolten Wong, 2B, Cardinals vs. Reds. Wong and the Cardinals are going to be one of the most popular teams on the slate since they have a high implied run total at 4.59 and are facing a struggling pitcher. That pitcher is Anthony DeSclafani, who couldn’t get lefties out last year with a .385 wOBA and 2.58 HR/9, and it’s much of the same for him this season. Wong had a .328 wOBA and a .159 ISO last season vs. RHP and is priced a bit better on FD tonight.Cole Tucker, SS, Pirates @ Dodgers. Tucker is an exciting young player for the Pirates who has hits in five of his six game this season. He is a very cheat tournament-only options tonight vs Hyun-Jin Ryu, who is allowing a sneaky bad 36-percent hard contact rate to righthanded hitters this season.Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 3B, Blue Jays vs. A’s. Today is the THE DAY. Vladdy Jr. is here and making his MLB Debut. Take all the hype out of it, he had a .227 ISO last season in Triple-A and is baseball’s top prospect. The ownership will certainly be there since the Blue Jays are in good spot overall, so know that going in. Happy Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Day! Baseball’s top prospect will be making his major league debut tonight against the A’s, and you can bet he’ll be in plenty of DraftKings and FanDuel lineups tonight. It’s a 15-game MLB DFS main slate (though a few games will be dealing with rain), so the options, both sleepers and studs, are seemingly limitless.The two games most threatened by weather are Rays-Red Sox and Brewers-Mets, but Padres-Nationals and Marlins-Phillies could also see delays. Make sure to consult the Fantasy Alarm Weather Center before lineup lock. Cody Bellinger, OF, Dodgers vs. Pirates. Bellinger is one of the best hitters in the league and comes in with three home runs in his past seven games. He always has massive tournament upside due to his multi-HR ability and being up against Chris Archer, who allowed a .345 wOBA and 1.56 HR/9 to lefties last season.For more player recommendations and analysis, become a Fantasy Alarm subscriber today!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Pos PlayerMatchupOpp. SPDKFDY!AnalysisSPJ. Paxton (L)NYY @SFFri 10:15M. Bumgarner (L)$9600$11000$56UPGRADESPC. Kluber (R)CLE @HOUFri 8:10C. McHugh (R)$8900$9600$46UPGRADESPC. Morton (R)TB @BOSFri 7:10. (TBD)$8500$8800$46UPGRADESPH. Ryu (L)[email protected] LAFri 10:10C. Archer (R)$8200$9500$44UPGRADESPM. Mikolas (R)[email protected] STLFri 8:15A. DeSclafani (R)$7400$7400$44See aboveSPJ. Eickhoff (R)[email protected] PHIFri 7:05J. Ureña (R)$7900$7800$36UPGRADECW. Contreras (R)CHI @ARIFri 9:40R. Ray (L)$4700$3800$18UPGRADECM. Zunino (R)TB @BOSFri 7:10. (TBD)$4000$2300$14UPGRADECC. Vázquez (R)[email protected] BOSFri 7:10C. Morton (R)$3700$2500$10UPGRADECJ. Castro (L)[email protected] MINFri 8:10A. Cobb (R)$3300$2200$15See above1BJ. Smoak (B)[email protected] TORFri 7:07M. Fiers (R)$4700$4100$16See above1BD. Vogelbach (L)[email protected] SEAFri 10:10S. Miller (R)$4900$3800$19UPGRADE1BJ. Choi (L)TB @BOSFri 7:10. (TBD)$4200$2800$12UPGRADE1BJ. Abreu (R)[email protected] CWSFri 8:10D. Norris (L)$4500$3700$18UPGRADE2BW. Merrifield (R)[email protected] KCFri 8:15T. Skaggs (L)$4900$4000$20UPGRADE2BK. Wong (L)[email protected] STLFri 8:15A. DeSclafani (R)$4200$3600$15See above2BD. LeMahieu (R)NYY @SFFri 10:15M. Bumgarner (L)$3600$3500$14UPGRADE2BC. Hernández (B)[email protected] PHIFri 7:05J. Ureña (R)$4000$3200$16UPGRADE3BN. Arenado (R)COL @ATLFri 7:20M. Fried (L)$4800$4200$18UPGRADE3BJ. Donaldson (R)[email protected] ATLFri 7:20A. Senzatela (R)$4500$3900$17UPGRADE3BV. Guerrero Jr. (R)[email protected] TORFri 7:07M. Fiers (R)$4300$3200$18See above3BR. Healy (R)[email protected] SEAFri 10:10S. Miller (R)$4000$3100$19UPGRADESST. Anderson (R)[email protected] CWSFri 8:10D. Norris (L)$4900$4100$19UPGRADESSF. Lindor (B)CLE @HOUFri 8:10C. McHugh (R)$4500$3800$18UPGRADESSC. Tucker (B)PIT @LAFri 10:10H. Ryu (L)$3600$2500$14See aboveSSA. Simmons (R)LAA @KCFri 8:15D. Duffy (L)$4100$3500$14UPGRADEOFC. Bellinger (L)[email protected] LAFri 10:10C. Archer (R)$5700$5000$27See aboveOFB. Harper (L)[email protected] PHIFri 7:05J. Ureña (R)$5000$4700$20UPGRADEOFT. Pham (R)TB @BOSFri 7:10. (TBD)$4800$3700$23UPGRADEOFL. García (B)[email protected] CWSFri 8:10D. Norris (L)$4300$3500$13UPGRADEOFB. Buxton (R)[email protected] MINFri 8:10A. Cobb (R)$4300$3400$18UPGRADEOFB. Hamilton (B)[email protected] KCFri 8:15T. Skaggs (L)$3900$3000$10UPGRADEOFD. Fowler (B)[email protected] STLFri 8:15A. DeSclafani (R)$3900$2900$13UPGRADEOFN. Castellanos (R)DET @CWSFri 8:10C. Rodón (L)$3900$2900$15UPGRADEOFM. Smith (L)[email protected] SEAFri 10:10S. Miller (R)$4200$2800$18UPGRADEOFJ. Reddick (L)[email protected] HOUFri 8:10C. Kluber (R)$4200$3000$15UPGRADElast_img read more