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Why doesn’t the police notify people if they are a suspect to a crime ?


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2 years ago
Did you do something that could lead to this?

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2 years ago
Under cover surveillance. You might run if you knew they were on to you.

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2 years ago
idiot

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2 years ago
It’s not a stupid answer. It’s a valid reason.

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2 years ago
Still stupid

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2 years ago
They need to build a case

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2 years ago
Even if it was 13 years ago??

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2 years ago
Dunno. Apparently there's a lawyer on this site somewhere. Ask her 😊

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2 years ago
You have nothing to worry about if you weren’t arrested or interviewed

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2 years ago
If you've done nothing wrong, they you don't have to worry about anything ahahaha

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2 years ago
Your question is a waste of common sense.
You are a suspect. Not convicted. They aren't tarnishing your future based on suspicions. They need to build a case.
Rule 1. Be an honest person
Rule 2. Live by the 10 Commandments. They're a pretty good guide thru life in western society.

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2 years ago
So they don't destroy evidence, so they don't flee, the police might be following them, hoping to be led to evidence, etc...

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2 years ago
My friend was now told by FOI she’s a suspect from 13 years ago and she’s waiting to find out why

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2 years ago
She may have been a suspected accomplice or a primary suspect. Given the time-lapse, the cops probably found their actual criminal, if it wasn't her - Another reason to not tell a suspect.

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2 years ago
One would have to have an idea given they would usually be questioned plus the obvious that they would hide evidence, create alibis and run!

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2 years ago
The element of surprise perhaps,