Two bailed in murder investigation of former Richmond and Kingston College student Jamil Palmer

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The two people arrested on suspicion of the murder of Jamil Palmer have been bailed.

An 18-year-old man and 16-year-old boy were arrested on Tuesday, May 6, by detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of Mr Palmer in Feltham on Monday.

Both are due to return to a west London police station on a date in mid-May pending further enquiries.

Mr Palmer, 18, of Belgrade Road, attended Hampton Junior School, Teddington School and Richmond College, where he studied politics until 2013.

Police continue to appeal for information surrounding the murder.

Call the incident room on 020 8785 8099 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with information.

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9:57pm Sun 11 May 14

jkgdffuewiru says...

Don't like people not being as honest with regards to who he was. This boy chose to walk on the wrong path - from robberies to supplying class A drugs, particularly at illegal raves. I wouldn't call him and his mates a gang but most of them are some sorts of criminals. He and his friends aren't known for armed robberies but I wouldn't be surprised if there were such ones. Most people like this end up in prison but some end up like this.

I wouldn't be surprised if no witnesses come forward but instead they try to sort it out in their own ways, without realising how much easier it would be if only they open their eyes a bit wider and acknowledge such things should be avoided and no revenges are sought.

Sorry for your loss.
Don't like people not being as honest with regards to who he was. This boy chose to walk on the wrong path - from robberies to supplying class A drugs, particularly at illegal raves. I wouldn't call him and his mates a gang but most of them are some sorts of criminals. He and his friends aren't known for armed robberies but I wouldn't be surprised if there were such ones. Most people like this end up in prison but some end up like this. I wouldn't be surprised if no witnesses come forward but instead they try to sort it out in their own ways, without realising how much easier it would be if only they open their eyes a bit wider and acknowledge such things should be avoided and no revenges are sought. Sorry for your loss. jkgdffuewiru
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