'Mrs Baden-Clay's three daughters were on a sleepover the night their mother reportedly went for a walk and didn't return to the family's Brookfield home in Brisbane's west.'
well that could be proof of the sleepover....or is it just media?
some think that the trust fund was a rude gesture....you propably need to read all the posts to pick up on the tone...
[QUOTE=jendo;7916721]I also went to Mayfield State School in the mid seventies up to grade 3.[/QUOTE
We lived in Janette Street. The house on scout den land are very crowded and don't look so great now, it is a shame the they ruin a great piece of land like that.
One of my brothers was in that cub and scout troop - Kennington Scouts (I think)
Knew quite a few people in Breslin Street!
The Tahitian Prince for non Queenslanders is: A state public servant who is accused of defrauding the Health Department of over $15 million. He claim he was a Tahitian Prince, had very exclusive properties, owned expensive cars, clothes etc and lived the high life, he was also a partner in a perfume shop - all this of course was at Tax payers expense!!
This was one of the things that bought down the state government about 6 weeks ago!
It was previously reported Mr Baden-Clay last saw his wife leave their rural Brookfield home, in Brisbane's west, to go for a walk late on April 19.
But police confirmed today Mr Baden-Clay has maintained he last saw his wife watching television at their home about 10pm that Thursday.
He has told police he woke the next morning to find her missing and raised the alarm about 7.30am.
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May be minor in comparison to the big picture, but just one way the media play us.
My take on the career thing is:
Allison held a very high powered job within Flight Centre which no doubt included a lot of travel, she gave this up to start a family and be around for her children.
Whilst she was having children etc she worked for Century 21, possibly on a part time basis.
Now that her youngest child started school this year she was pursuing a new career with Pathways, which if I remember correctly is about kids.
I think it's quite normal to have given up such a job to raise a family.
Perhaps any newbies might like to check out this thread...another member has done a fantastic job of putting all the media reports together in the one thread. It also includes maps of the area.
Media/Timeline Reference Thread:
[ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=7871813#post7871813"]AU-Allison Baden-Clay,43,Brisbane QLD, 19April2012 MEDIA/TIMELINE LINKS,NO DISCUSSION - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community[/ame]
The Pathways thing was something that she was passionate about (from what I've read) and she was slowly working towards becoming a facilitator for them. That does not indicate a full time job or working long hours.
I don't at all agree that 'giving up a career' means that you stop working. I moved from a city where I had a career and was progressing up the ladder to a small country town to be with my now husband. I gave up my career to live with him with the view of starting a family. I still worked after that, but just in 'jobs' nothing that really meant anything and nothing that I could build a 'career' out of.
To me there is a massive difference between job and career.
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Why would GBC not make a statement to the police? I'd call that not cooperating.
From what we have seen unless it's done under cover of darkness, there doesn't appear to have been much interaction between GBC and the police.
How unfortunate ? that he had his accident, maybe he was on his way to give his statement then.
Some malingering amnesia would have been perfect.