I emailed Jaimie Fuller multiple times stressing that the issue of data integrity and that he ought to secure Rob's TomTom account. I shared the summary image from the blog (http://ryinvestigation.blogspot.com/2016/06/bannocklaughlin-incident-follow-up.html) and re-iterated that the Strava data is incomplete, manipulated, etc. etc.
Konami Code wrote:
Here's what will help the investigators: clear and objective evidence of the cover up.
If Robert did delete some of his tomtom photos, we should point to that out to Fuller and his team. A clear note saying:
On June 27 there were 30 photos; now there are 20. The missing 10 are attached, and here's one sentence each on how they contradict his story / show the strava data is false.
I don't have the deleted photos so can't send that email. Does anyone have them? I would be very interested to see what photos rob deleted.
It's hard to understand unrealistic paces. It's easy to understand a cover up, particularly when it's black and white. I'd love to hand that to skins on a platter.
He didn't seem to totally understand and it seems he's pretty hands-off/delegating this for now, but reiterated that the panel will investigate everything and said "If there is data manipulation I am assured it will be discovered with some forensic analysis".