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    OMG - Allison's father's body language!

    Could he be leaning any further away?

    Last edited by Neuromancer; 05-11-2012 at 03:25 AM. Reason: photo fail, can't spell


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post
    Been thinking about that. I figure they'd be wanting to get all the eye-witness stuff they can, before announcing anything, so they know that people aren't just repeating what's been in media. Otherwise you'd then get the me-too people saying, "oh yeah i saw xxx"
    Maybe there are some points they are not clear on or do not have a clear evidence on. If this is a complex case or not even, Any and all witness acounts to build their case is needed. I think they may possibly be still looking for that one piece to go. yep thats it, got it.


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    Neuromancer and Truesleuth..

    You are on top form today!


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    Sorry. You are all sweet kind people. But he is a bastard IMO


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    No its ok. I don't need a link. I trust what you are saying. I did not read that bit.
    It was certainly reported as him entering via the backdoor


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post
    OMG - Allison's father's body language!

    Could he be leaning any further away?

    Gosh, you're right! Allison's poor Dad looks so beaten and sad. I truly feel for him.


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    I know we are all impatient; imagine how Allison’s family feels.

    The police are working very hard on this case and an arrest will happen when the time is right.

    Spare a thought for the dedicated police/detectives and their supporting families who do know the truth. Please remember these detectives have seen things we could never imagine. When we close our eyes at night we think about Allison, imagine the thoughts that go through these detectives minds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rhb View Post
    Not sure if this has been posted yet: 16 photos of Allison's funeral from the Courier Mail.

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/g...3110367?page=1
    wow. that was hard to watch.


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    The very specific time frame the Police have mentioned in regard to the roundabout has me intrigued. We know that Allison's cause of death has not yet been released to the public but I'm wondering if forensics' have in fact determined her time of death? Between 11:30pm Thursday 19th and 4:00am on Friday?

    I'm also wondering if something on or near Allison's remains is indicative of being on, near or close to the roundabout? Wash she pushed of did she fall from a car? Did her clothing and/or shoes have bitumen marks or something else that hadn't been washed away?

    This is speculation on my part.


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    Quote Originally Posted by minni View Post
    try watching that footage silently... there looks like real grief on GBC face.... I feel really sad and really confused right now
    Unrelenting sadness...


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    Allison Baden-Clay's flaws recalled as fondly as her features. No pet goldfish safe .. And she disliked excercise. - Shane Doherty on Twitter

    https://twitter.com/#!/ShaneDoherty_9

    "And She Disliked Exercise"......IMO, this is very telling!


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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by possumheart View Post
    Even if he is squeaky clean, the talk about his infidelity would make his in-laws less than impressed ...
    its also important to note that in all probability her parents likely DO think he did it! Hell, most people who know anything about this case think he did it! if they really knew something that pointed the finger....well, lets just say if it were my daughter's funeral and her probable murderer was there, I would rip his mother%^$##ing head off his mother*&^$ing narrow, gutless shoulders...NOTHING would stop me!! i'm sure you all agree


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayside View Post
    LOL my first laugh about this case.

    And very true, you know when you do drama class they tell you to think back to something painful to help with the tears, maybe that helped.
    hahaha funny


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinking View Post
    If this is correct (and I do suspect it probably is, as they are obsessed about those cars) - then I think our comrade Hawkins was correct in one of his earlier posts about this.

    It is highly likely that the police have plenty of circumstantial evidence, enough to make an arrest. However, it may only enough to support a manslaughter charge/conviction. I think they are looking for an extra piece of the puzzle to irrefutably put the killer away for murder - for a verrrrrrry long time.

    I think this should give us comfort as we so desperately wait for news of an arrest and some answers to this tragedy. It may take a while, but it will be worth it in the end as they are being so measured and meticulous.
    I agree... back in Thread 1 Maverick.au said the Police knew who did it. We speculate, have our own opinions and post what 'friends of friends' said - and some of these things have been true.

    A few of Maverick.au's statements made me think he was actually DS Mark Ainsworth!!!! (whom I think is doing a fantastic job) But he's gone AWOL.
    No one has actually admitted to seeing the murderer carry out this horrible deed - so if all you have is weak circumstantial evidence, would you chance taking it to court? the SOB may engage a top notch barrister, and get off.
    So, get as much evidence as you can, control the snippets you let out - make them sweat. Who knows - now we may have a possible accomplish - if the heat is on, they may point a finger to save their own skin; then you have the creep banged to rights! (I hope!!) Of course they know who did it IMO



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    I remember a few days ago some were asking a hypothetical question around life insurance payouts when someone has been murdered.

    I have not been able to find a definitive answer from Australia, but here is a paragraph from an American website insure.com

    Sorting out the life insurance beneficiaries
    So what happens to the life insurance money when a murderous beneficiary is barred from collecting it?
    According to Dolan, the money in those cases will go to a "contingent beneficiary," such as a child or a relative, named in the life insurance policy. In cases where there are no contingent beneficiaries -- or if those beneficiaries were also part of the murder plot -- the insurance company usually asks a court to decide who gets the death benefit, Dolan says.

    Australia is similar in so many ways to the States, so I am hoping that the above would apply here should GBC be involved in some way. I am sure a court would favour the children if that situation occured. I would like those girls to be able to achieve everything their mother would have wanted for them.


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