Joined: 10 August 2005
I am very skeptical about the involvement of the whole slew of servants. I still believe that this was the work of highly professional hit men. The C.B.I. should investigate the "Chit Fund" racket that Hemraj was operating. Most premeditated killings usually occur for "love" or "money" with "lust" being the third.
I still believe that Aarushi opened her locked door because she heard something. She was able to open her room door since it was a latch system that required a key from the outside but a simple turn of the knob from the inside. That she witnessed something she was not supposed to and unfortunately paid for it with her life.
I have no idea why all the law enforcement folks are so obsessed with and focusing on the rape, revenge and honor angles. I have said from day two that the parents have nothing to do with the crime. This case and that of Jon Bennet Ramsey on December 26, 1996 are very similar. The only difference is that Jon Bennet had been sexually assaulted and garotted. According to the Noida Police autopsy report, Aarushi had not been sexually assaulted and had died from a blunt force injury to her skull, and the slashing of her throat. The fact that she had not been sexually assaulted tells me one thing loud and clear, that this was the work of focused, methodical, and very experienced killers, i.e. professional hit men. I hope that the C.B.I. does some serious soul searching. All their bloody tests on the slew of servants are totally meaningless, since even an average defense attorney can flush those down a toilet in a court of law.
Joined: 12 January 2006
As a safe measure, they added that this does mean Dr Rajesh Talwar had been given a clean chit and they would proceed accordingly as more evidence comes up.
But the CBI's story so far is full of contradictions.
Motive not known, murder weapon not recovered: The agency has not been able say what was the motive behind the double-murders. On Friday too, the CBI was at a loss to explain whether it was a "lust murder" or a "revenge murder". The agency had earlier said the murders were planned.
CBI has made no recoveries in the case: The mobile phones of the deceased and the murder weapon haven't been recovered. "We know the details but we are finding some problems," said Joint Director Arun Kumar.
All that the agency has till now are the narco-analysis reports and confession statements of the accused, which are not admissible in court unless supported by corroborative evidence.
Would a servant call friends for drinks when employers are at home?: CBI says Hemraj called the accused to his room where they had drinks, a Balentine Scotch. If that was so, the Talwars must have given Hemraj a lot of independence where he was allowed to call other servants home late at night for drinks when they too were at home.
Aarushi's room locked: The CBI, opposing Talwar's bail application sometime back, had told the court he was still a suspect since Aarushi's room would be locked from outside and the keys would be in her parent's room. Going by this version, no one could have entered Aarushi's room without the keys. The CBI on Friday said the Talwar's had started trusting Hemraj since he had been working for them for around eight months and had stopped locking her room from outside.
Hemraj asked for khukri: Seeking Krishna's custody, the CBI had told the court he had gone to Hemraj's room with a khukri as the latter had asked for one. The agency has failed to explain what prompted Hemraj to ask for a khukri.
Why would Hemraj accompany the three to Aarushi's room?: The CBI said the accused had gathered at Hemraj's room for drinks where they talked about Aarushi. Nupur Talwar has, on a number of occasions, said that Hemraj was "'a father-like figure" to Aarushi. The agency failed to explain why Hemraj accompanied the three to Aarushi's room when he was aware of their intentions and protested only when Aarushi had fallen unconscious after being hit by a blunt object and the accused tried to sexually abuse her.
How could no one hear the screams?: Aarushi, the CBI said, tried to scream but was gagged. The agency added she had a sore throat and might not have been able to shout for help. However, they failed to say why no one would have heard Hemraj's cries for help that too when he was killed on the terrace and offered stiff resistance. And that when he didn't have a sore throat.
Why would Krishna kill Aarushi?: Krishna, the CBI said, was scolded by Talwar and was aggrieved about it. But why would he kill Aarushi? And was Krishna so hurt by Talwar's scolding that he decided to rape and kill his daughter?
Why did the others assist him?: If Krishna had a grudge against Talwar and decided to kill Aarushi, why would Rajkumar and Vijay Mandal assist him in the crime? CBI said it was difficult to guess how a drunk person would behave.
Why didn't the accused flee to Nepal?: Why did Krishna and Rajkumar stay back in Noida and not flee to their home in Nepal? Were they so sure they would never be caught? CBI says if they had fled they would have become obvious suspects so they stayed back.
Why would Rajkumar keep a bloodstained T-shirt in his room?: CBI says Krishna and Rajkumar managed to dispose of the mobiles and murder weapon within hours of the incident. So why would Rajkumar keep a bloodstained T-shirt in his room even a month after the murders?
Why was no narco-test conducted on Talwar?: While the CBI conducted narco-analysis test of all the accused, they did not conduct it on the Talwars, both of who were present in the house at the time of the murders. CBI said they did not do so as psycho-assessment and polygraph tests of the parents did not reveal deception whereas that of the servants showed deception.
Terrace locked: The terrace of Talwars' home would be locked from inside. So when Hemraj protested and was taken upstairs to the terrace, the accused first opened the lock of the terrace door. Hemraj must have provided the keys. After killing him, they did not panic and locked the terrace door again and then proceeded to Aarushi's room and killed her. It appears from this that the killers were professional.
Joined: 10 August 2005
Aarey SolidSnake bhai farq iitna hee hain keh yeh Sobhraj hai koi Dr. Hannibal Lecter, brilliant psychiatrist, nahi.
Joined: 10 July 2007
I agree with you
I somehow cannot digest the fact that the parents did not hear anything. And now, the CBI chief says she had a bad throat so she could not scream!
All this while the parents did not know that she had a bad throat and nobody had an answer to this but now suddenly Arun Kumar remembers this
This is probably the last case that hel solve before retiring and wants a medal before that. And so, the poor servants hv been framed
Joined: 01 September 2005
15 days ago while opposing the bail of rajesh talwar CBi told the court that Dr Talwar told them that hemraj had an evil eye on his daughter and that is why he used to lock her in her room after she went to sleep and kept the keys with him, on 15th also he did the same. The judge even quoted this part of his stmt to the CBI while denying him bail. This was on 26th june.
Now on fri the CBI suddenly says that the parents had started trusting hemraj since he was working with them for the past 8 months and never locked her door anymore.
nupur talwar said on NDTV that arushi always used to shut the door while sleeping and noone could open her door from the outside without the key.
even bharti their maid confirmed that 2 rooms used to locked when she used to reach their in the morning to do her work.
so is the CBI going to say that arushi also had begun to trust hemraj and never used to shut her door anymore???
then the CBi said that they did a simulation ecercise and the forensic experts confirmed that even if a person is awake in the parents' room they cannot hear anything due to the noise of the air conditioner. here they were not awake but asleep.
but then where was the need to suddenly add that arushi had a bad throat on that particular day. i mean even she wouldn't have had a bad throat still u cannot hear any sound even when a person is awake, right?? and this bad throat thing has suddenly appeared in the whole story, noone has ever said it before.
did hemraj also have a bad throat that 4 men were arguing in arushi's room and still nothing could be heard or were they whispering while arguing???
now krishna reached talwars' home at around 12, then vijay mandal came, then later on rajkumar, arushi's time of death acc to post mortem report is btn 1 to 1:30.
so they came, they had drinks, they even became drunk, they entered arushi's room, tried to force themselves on her, hit her with a blunt object, then argued with hemraj, took him to the terrace, killed him after a long struggle, locked the terrace doors, came in and slit arushi's throat.
all this they did within an hour and a few minutes time that too when rajesh talwar was on his mobile phone till 12:05 midnight and only after that could he have gone off to sleep, i mean he couldn't have been in deep sleep atleast when these people came in and started drinking???
also one more thing rajkumar came all the way from sector 53 to sector 25 on his cycle , thats a 5 km distance and still noone saw him not even the security guard of the talwars' residence????
Joined: 26 December 2005
Rajesh Talwar with his wife Nupur and brother Dinesh after his release from jail. Inset: Aarushi
Joined: 26 December 2005
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Talwar family should sue UP police: Renuka
Posted online: Saturday , July 12, 2008 at 08:01:19
Updated: Saturday , July 12, 2008 at 07:56:48 Print Email To Editor Post Comments
New Delhi, July 12: Union Minister for Women and Child Development Renuka Choudhary slammed the Uttar Pradesh police for 'bungling' the Arushi murder case and said the Talwar family should sue them.
"The family should sue the state police and those responsible for bungling the case terrifyingly must be suspended," Chaudhary said, a day after the CBI gave Arushi's father Rajesh Talwar a clean chit in the case.
She also asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati 'to stand up and compensate to Dr Rajesh Talwar's family for the agony it went through'.
"The UP Chief Minister cannot ignore her responsibility. She must make the police accountable," the minister told a news channel.
Talwar was released from the Dasna jail on Saturday after the CBI told a UP court on Friday that it has no evidence against the dentist in the sensational Noida double murder case.
"We have lost complete confidence in police, the way it provided salacious details about the young girl. The police assassinated characters, casts aspersions and tarnished the reputation of a minor young girl," the minister said.
Sympathising with Dr Talwar's family, Chaudhary asked, "who empowered the police to ruin relations between two perfectly normal families (Talwar and his colleague Anita Durrani). And how could UP police miss what was staring them in their eyes."
"If this is how police conduct investigations," the minister said, adding 'nobody will ever come out to speak the truth and is the biggest insecurity of today's law-abiding citizen'.
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