The logistics of hiding a body, then moving it for that long, and under that level of media spotlight and pressure would be a nightmare for the most experienced criminals and planners in the world, with years to prepare. I just don't see how there's any way it could've been done. Even if the entire 'party' were all involved and in cahoots, it just seems so unrealistic and such a stretch to pull off.The transfer of 'something' on clothes? You call the cadaver from a corpse 'something'? Something that wasn't in any of the other apartments or cars in the car park, weeks after a child has gone missing. I'm not sure you really appreciate how skilled and highly trained these two dogs are. The Met charge £530 per day for crime scenes across the world to use them. The FBI are frequent clients of Eddie and Keela. And I can tell you are in no rush about it, twelve years on and you still think she vanished without explanation and think trained police dogs bark when they sniff a dropped ice cream. Your ignorance is appalling, you should really clue yourself up on the facts, man.