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    Quote Originally Posted by Woombite View Post
    Anyone else notice that the BCs are hugging in front of what appears to be a white Suzuki SUV of some kind - cant link as i have lost functionality for some reason.
    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/s...-1226367888088
    That's the same car from the infamous channel 9 video. "I helped the police all I can, yadda, yadda, yadda. As seen with the "Can Do!" sticker on the back.

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    Generally, you need to be a loyal employer to get loyal employees.


    IMO - Not surprising that GBC lists himself as a director of a Real Estate Employment Agency which prides itself in the fact that:

    "The personnel [the agency provides] are exempt from the Workplace Relations Act ... None of the other onerous issues imposed by the Workplace Relations Act apply".
    Yes, well, the LNP are well known on their ideas about workplace relations.
    Last edited by Lu-Lu; 05-26-2012 at 07:16 PM. Reason: typo


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    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/s...-1226367888088

    Mr Tarbey was critical of speculation online about how Mrs Baden-Clay may have died. One website, he said, had published thousands of comments, including unsubstantiated and possibly defamatory posts.
    Not to harp on the point, but you can only assume they are talking about this site or aussiecriminals site, so be careful of what you say about other people or businesses directly. If it isn't true, don't say it.
    It would sound like Mr C21 is taking note of them, and possibly recording them for a potential law suit. Looks like he will be loosing a franchise very soon (if it hasn't already stopped trading) so they will probably look at recouping those fees some other way.


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    I'm probably going over old ground here, but if someone in your family went for a walk around the local block and didn't return, you'd be ringing their mobile first (over and over and over) then getting in the car and driving around looking for them, asking people if they'd seen them out walking, wouldn't you? A person could be laying in a ditch on the side of the road with a broken leg etc.

    GBC may have done so and it just hasn't been publicly reported (or I just haven't read it). If however, all he did was call Allison's parents & police, then his behaviour is going to look really suspicious from the start.

    It "appears" from the info available that he didn't do any of the normal things a husband would in such circumstances. Maybe that's why the QPS sprang into action so quickly. If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's probably a duck.

    The lawyer isn't doing much to convince anyone otherwise either. You'd think that if a man's wife had been murdered and the public were pointing fingers in his innocent direction - you'd come out to quell the rumours and give the poor bloke a break. But nah, nada, nuffin.

    If he did do it, he's holding up really well (for himself) isn't he.


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    I have preciously submitted a post indicating that I thought GBC may not have gone out and hired a lawyer, but instead may have originally been just speaking to his business lawyer who he uses for his sales contracts, and so the business connection became 'live' for this case. I am withdrawing that comment. The front web page of his lawyer's website states :

    " Jacobson Mahony Lawyers is a specialised criminal and quasi-criminal defence firm practising predominately throughout Queensland and New South Wales".

    http://www.jacobsonmahony.com.au/


    Now I'm totally sus. A criminal lawyer !


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    Night "off", Fight with husband, run a bath to escape, chill out, & keep the hairdo dry. Forgot to lock the bathroom door, fight escalates... If someone was lying limp in a bath, I imagine the easiest thing to dress them in would be their loose-fitting workout gear. pull on sweats and a t shirt, () I guess if your dad was coming over.. IMO


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lu-Lu View Post
    That's the same car from the infamous channel 9 video. "I helped the police all I can, yadda, yadda, yadda. As seen with the "Can Do!" sticker on the back.

    Yes, well, the LNP are well known on their ideas about workplace relations.
    Let's leave politics out of this site !


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    marlywings - great thought about GBC being over the limit and having to get another driver


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    Quote Originally Posted by itsthevibe View Post
    Maybe she was having a bath at the time, which is bad enough, but if he somehow subdued or bound her and then ran a bath and forced her into it, even more horrific.
    If that was the case, then the forensic examination will show that. The water in her lungs will be different to that in the creek.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Liadan View Post
    marlywings - great thought about GBC being over the limit and having to get another driver
    strange moral standards...its ok to kill your wife, but don't drink and drvie...you'd be a bloody idiot!!


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    I feel that the broadcast of the funeral and the subsequent quietness of the media has provoked us to speculate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Watsonian Institute View Post
    Or that it was simply hired from one of the dozens of service stations in the area, or that it was borrowed.

    Cheers

    IMO BWDIK
    Google his parents address and you will see a grey trailer in their front yard. But as you say they could have used any trailer to pack business.

    http://maps.google.com.au/maps?hl=en...ed=0CAgQ8gEwAA


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    Quote Originally Posted by possumheart View Post
    I feel that the broadcast of the funeral and the subsequent quietness of the media has provoked us to speculate.
    It was said in an earlier thread: "this case offends our collective consciousness". IMO we are legally entitled to have an opinion about it. It is in the TOS of this forum that we must state IMO (in my opinion) or MOO (my opinion only) etc. We learned in an earlier post that a Criminal Court will convict/not convict based on the judgement of 'evidence' put before The Court, not public opinion, lynch mob opinion or local gossip.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grannie View Post
    If that was the case, then the forensic examination will show that. The water in her lungs will be different to that in the creek.
    What if the lungs were too decomposed to show the difference.


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    Why would GBC state publicly that he didn't do it? He hasn't been accused or charged? One usually makes themselves the prime suspect when they do that, I can think of several cases like this eg. Max Sica and Ian Huntly.

    Why would people come out and 'support' GBC when he hasn't been charged with anything? Allison is the victim here. His real friends are most likely supporting him in private not in the media.

    Many are saying how the Dickies are so great but personally I think their pointed releases to the media are narky...leaving out their granddaughters fathers name off things...even if he did take Allisons life he is still their father and that can not be erased.

    Not everyone wants to share their grief with the public, and I don't think they should be judged for not doing so just because 'we' want to dissect everything they say and their body language.


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    New statement this morning from Queensland Health.

    http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news...526-1zbcw.html


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