I watched it - the only people I believed were the three forensic guys who reviewed the postmortem findings. They all found evidence to prove Stuart did not die an accidental death.
After liv's post, I watched clips on YouTube. An injury on his backside the size of an orange?
My first instinct was that it was the boyfriend of Michael Barrymore. It seems like a crime of rage and jealousy.
I watched Pierce Morgan interview Michael Barrymore and Pierce Morgan seems to handle him with kid gloves. It was a little annoying.
Michael Barrymore may not have killed this young man but it seems to me that he was not truthful in his part of telling things to police after the fact.
Obstruction of justice, it's called here.
I feel so badly for Stuart Lubbock. He was such a young man. He was going to have a fun night and was probably so impressed by the famous Michael Barrymore. It probably never occurred to him that he would not be safe.
And Stuart Lubbock's poor father. He wants answers about what happened to his son.
It is indeed a very sad state of affairs for Stuart's father Terry. He's been waiting for answers for 19 years and doesn't look at all well. Yesterday (9th February) BBC News carried this ray of hope - www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-51413572
It was disturbing that items photographed lying on the side of the pool -a handle from a cupboard from an outhouse and a pool thermometer- were not collected at the time and went missing -
Speaking in the documentary, Detective Chief Inspector Stephen Jennings of Essex Police claims a thermometer, which had been located close to both the pool and the hot tub, and which could have been the item used to assault Lubbock, went missing. Jennings explained: "The scene was secured but not to the standard that we would expect. "Hence the reason that people were allowed back in there and we know that items have now gone missing..."