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  1. #691
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    'Order of the Buffalo'?...............Sounds very South African!!!! (now im clutching at straws.

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    Apologies if someone else has already covered this today.

    It seems more likely that Allison would have been left at the scout camp, not from over the bridge.

    When we had that rain out here a few days ago, the creeks came up so quickly as there's still a lot of water around. Normally it takes more rain to get them to come up that fast. I remember thinking that if she is in water, this rain will move her and I took a closer look at a number of creeks out here from the road.

    It was a lot of water, she was found on the bank, after the water had receded. The bridge is also very visible and a lot of people travel on that road at that time of night.

    It's not feasible. So it must be the camp.

    But in saying that, the link to him is too obvious, he wouldn't have been that stupid.

    Could this have been a set up as someone else has suggested, to implicate him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserdisc10 View Post
    If (as has been suggested online) he and they are members of a certain 'men's organisation' they'd publicly (and privately) be doing all in their power on his behalf - including showing public support

    The guy who claimed that he and a neighbour heard muffled screams has raised a few eyebrows, particularly in light on information which has been revealed since. So ... another attempting to assist Brother Gerard ?
    How far do you think this "assistance" could go??

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    I do think the Barrister being involved at this stage is a bit unusual, as you usually only engage one once you've been charged and know you are going to court.

    But the article on one of those links indicates his lawyer said the Barrister was being engaged to help him with various things including dealing with the media. That is one thing Barristers do for a court case, they coach their witness so they present the best possible face to the jury and media. So maybe we are going to see Gerard start to speak more publicly after his Barrister prepares him? The start of presenting a more positive image because they actually think he is going to be charged at some point in time?

    Honestly while some people might think this is all understandable under the cirumstances, when I think about anyone I know who is honest and innocent, or myself, I dont think any of this would be an issue. My own feelings and emotions would show through to anyone who saw or heard me, while I was speaking to the public, media etc during the long period of time I would have been helping with the search. And also when I was being questioned by the police.

    Maybe I am judging him harshly and if I turn out to be wrong I'll be eating humble pie and apologising, but this is a guy who has done numerous videos in his work and is no stranger to speaking in public. If whatever you say comes from the heart it eventually shows through, even when you are upset. Why would you need a Barrister to coach you unless you were guilty and struggling to fake concern and ensure you don't slip up?

    I guess if you were innocent and you really thought things were going to look bad for you no matter what, you might get scared and go down that track, so maybe I am judging too harshly here.
    Last edited by itsthevibe; 05-01-2012 at 06:38 AM. Reason: typos & adjusted a few words for clarity.

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    Mmm yes, maybe he's about to talk or confess?

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    Wouldn't you wait to be charged before you hired literally a legal defence team?

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    I have lived out here for years and I can say I still don't know much about the area, in terms of bushland, creeks etc.

    I have looked at the map of our area and looked for possible entry points and all I can see as a plausible entry point is the rafting ground reservoir (someone correct me if I am wrong). Without having to go to the effort of dragging a body through dense bushland. Not sure of the likelihood of a body washing from Brookfield to Anstead in 11 days, and of all the places, to come to rest not far from a scout camp.

    What is everybody else thinking in terms of entry and exit points?

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    But I don't think your lawyer engages a barrister to be a 'coach'. There are plenty of spin-doctors out there who specialise in that, they coach people before they do interviews for 60mins etc.

    A barrister knows the law, that's what they will be advising in.

    But I still don't think this implies guilt.

    As I've said before, any of us by now whether guilty or innocent would have done the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by truthseeker12 View Post
    I have lived out here for years and I can say I still don't know much about the area, in terms of bushland, creeks etc.

    I have looked at the map of our area and looked for possible entry points and all I can see as a plausible entry point is the rafting ground reservoir (someone correct me if I am wrong). Without having to go to the effort of dragging a body through dense bushland. Not sure of the likelihood of a body washing from Brookfield to Anstead in 11 days, and of all the places, to come to rest not far from a scout camp.

    What is everybody else thinking in terms of entry and exit points?
    I meant that they drove to the scout camp, or nearby, that's where they left her and she has been washed down with all the water to under the bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willough View Post
    I thought laserdisc10 meant the masonics or something like that.
    Uh huh. Yep


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    Will be interested to see if G b-c attends her funeral..... or if he will continue to hide out at his parents place......
    ...unless he is charged by then..... but he'll prob get day release and get chapperoned to the service. Hoping she gets the funeral she deserves and that, as difficult as it will be, is planned by her loving and respectful parents.

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    I was certain this guy was guilty from the time i heard the details of wife going for walk at 10pm and never returning.
    It was confirmed 100% when i watched his first and only public comments.
    What a poor showing, no pleas to the public, diverting the topic.
    Rather than having a mortified look on his face and pleaing with the public for information.
    Not one bit genuine and the fake cry (no tears of course) was a compete giveaway.
    There were so many major red flags.

    His parents too creep me out on many levels, the deliberate, disrespectful, untimely arrogant repulsive kiss.

    The big animals skulls outside there front door, the flag at half mast.
    The coward bunkered down to weather the storm for a week then off to work, and school for the kids.
    All this even before his wife had been found.
    Th face scratches, blatantly crashing his car at low speed.
    The perfect gentle family man who loved and adroed his wife.
    Who was proven to be CHEATING, MANIPULATING & LYING.

    You can guarantee Allisons parents have not been anywhere near the Bayden-Clays and by all reports they haven't.
    That's for a very good reason.

    I guess now it comes down to the mistress, holes in his story, what the kids have to say, the phone and other evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indogwetrust View Post
    Apologies if someone else has already covered this today.

    It seems more likely that Allison would have been left at the scout camp, not from over the bridge.

    When we had that rain out here a few days ago, the creeks came up so quickly as there's still a lot of water around. Normally it takes more rain to get them to come up that fast. I remember thinking that if she is in water, this rain will move her and I took a closer look at a number of creeks out here from the road.

    It was a lot of water, she was found on the bank, after the water had receded. The bridge is also very visible and a lot of people travel on that road at that time of night.

    It's not feasible. So it must be the camp.

    But in saying that, the link to him is too obvious, he wouldn't have been that stupid.

    Could this have been a set up as someone else has suggested, to implicate him?
    Indog, that makes a lot of sense to me. If he did it, maybe he didn't think it through, thought he knew the area so well that she'd be impossible to find. I'd really hope that it wasn't him as then the kids will lose both parents but the peculiar behaviour and not being on the front line with her parents for the last 11 days just looks so terribly suss.

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    I think regarding the searching, we may all be behaving a twee harsh...not just you itsthevibe, all of us.

    I was rabbiting to hubby last night about how he hasnt been searching....and hubby thought I was crazy. He said, the police would never let him search. Particularly if they have an ounce of thought he was involved. He could pick up evidence and pocket it......he could hinder the investigation by searching. ie Imagine, he accidently dropped the sim card in the night.......then was allowed to search...........he could pick it up and pocket it. Noone knowing of its existence.

    Hubby feels though that it was highly unusual of GBC to not be in attendance at the showgrounds, waiting there for info, rather than having the police come to them.....Irrespective of the relationship with the Dickie's.....this was a time for him to consider Allison a priority..............even over those lovely little girls (which my heart goes out to). Allison at this time, was the priority. God, there must be times where a wife is a priority....and surely her being missing should be that time.

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    I just realised Allison's name is spelt incorrectly in the title. Can that be changed for respect to Allison and her loved ones? Thanks.

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