I cannot remember what they said, all I remember was this poor kid trying to get somewhere, anywhere, who was offered a job days after he died was found hung with most of his body lain under a tree and I could not think how he could of produced the weight to kill himself and the police thought it was not worth investigation. My mum was running a homeless project at the time, some of them I'd rather kill than forgive and that's another tragic story, but Kevin should NOT have died
I don't see how you would know what the police 'thought'. No officer is going to talk like that to the public, and there is no way they would not have investigated a suspected suicide, let alone if there might be the suggestion of foul play.
Not suggesting they would necessarily look into as deeply as if it were a high profile case, but they certainly would make certain their findings were supported.
You can't assume anything by the fact someone was on the ground, plenty of people die every year from asphyxiation after putting things around their neck, whether they hang off anything or not.
Feeling bad someone died is one thing, we all get that. Suggesting the police didn't do their job is another. I am sure it happens, but without more information it would be impossible to merely go along with that supposition.
The doctor diagnosed me with hereditary diarrhoea. I can't understand, I wear a kilt.