The seven-year-old and her mother had fled the violent man but he tracked them down and killed his daughter on her doorstep. He had been sent their new address a few months earlier in divorce papers, a review has found.
Even when the girl's mother warned police about the mistake, they passed it to the wrong neighbourhood police team who did nothing.Boo! Hiss!
It is not clear whether Alromisse received the documents with their new address as he had moved house by that time.Oh....
Well, he could have! He could have collected his post!
He continued to use a private investigator after the letter was sent and the review found there was no evidence the letter was how he found her.Well....errr....there was no evidence it wasn't, was there? We have to keep blame focussed on the cops, after all. Don't want anyone focussed on...other things about this case.
Mr Alromisse had entered the UK as an illegal immigrant and gained asylum in 2004 after arguing there was a risk he would be persecuted in his native Egypt for having fought with Islamists in Bosnia and being part of a "radical religious group".
Cultural and religious factors may have increased Ms Shipstone's vulnerability, but there was a “reticence” by professionals to explore these.
Detectives have not been able to find out where Alromisse got his gun.Yes, we certainly don't want anyone looking too closely. Quick! Blame the cops again!