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    Quote Originally Posted by Caviar View Post
    Bearing in mind that the Police have already searched the house when it was a crime scene (I assume they did), what are they looking for now???? Could they possibly think that the phone is hidden at the house, but have been unable to look until arrest is made?
    Someone else may be able to explain it better but from what I read about crime scenes/crime scene warrants, they're only valid for a certain length of time. I think it was around a week the house was taped up??

    As to what they're searching for...it was mentioned blood was found in back of one of the cars so perhaps they're searching for a weapon of some kind...or the phone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by justice23 View Post
    Accused murderers cannot apply for bail in the magistrates court so Mr Mahony will have to go the Supreme Court.

    However, a Supreme Court bail application cannot be heard until at least 48 hours after it is filed ...

    ... so Mr Baden-Clay is likely to remain behind bars until at least early next week.

    http://twitter.com/#!/couriermail
    Yep, aware of this. That's why I asked if the Supreme Court is ever held on a weekend?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayside View Post
    It is a shame the media filmed the children leaving with the Dickies, they have been and are going to be through too much.
    that is dreadful...I'm disappointed in the media.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caviar View Post
    Bearing in mind that the Police have already searched the house when it was a crime scene (I assume they did), what are they looking for now???? Could they possibly think that the phone is hidden at the house, but have been unable to look until arrest is made?

    Blood, nothing surer


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    Hi all - first time poster, long time lurker/"thanker"
    I initially felt a great sense of relief at tonight's news - and whilst that is still the overwhelming feeling, my heart still aches. My children and I are approaching the second anniversary of my husband, their Daddy's, death after a short battle with an aggressive cancer. I see the devastation and grief on their faces still after nearly two years. I cannot begin to imagine how the three BC girls are coping and will cope in the future. Fully acknowledging that our family dynamic was very different, my hubby and I loved each other dearly and we were a tight family unit, I just cannot imagine how someone could make a decision to inflict this pain on their children. My kids are of similar age to the BCs and all I can think is at least my kids have me here - those poor three girls. What was he thinking? I will continue to follow this with great interest to try and wrap my head around the how's and why's.
    I thank you all for the great input, clarifications, giggles and sometimes tears. I never thought I would be one to be so wrapped up in an internet forum, but have found myself here more often than not since I first stumbled across this forum. Happy about the arrest - anxiously awaiting the roll out of information as time goes by.



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    Quote Originally Posted by willough View Post
    Then that blows my "they were looking in a pond" thought....If the scientific people arrived at 6:25pm, then that would mean it was dark in Brisbane. The scuba diver in the pond, was in light of day. Cloudy, but it was definitely full light.
    It was a blue sky day in Brissie today Willough


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caviar View Post
    Bearing in mind that the Police have already searched the house when it was a crime scene (I assume they did), what are they looking for now???? Could they possibly think that the phone is hidden at the house, but have been unable to look until arrest is made?
    Possibility 1 - The accomplice gave up some info in the star chamber

    Possibility 2 - GBC might be going for self defence, or manlaughter, and giving up some of the evidence to get out of a murder charge.

    Just a thought, and of course in my opinion only.



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    TRUE! Besides GBC, the next person deserving of 'LIGHT' is Darren Mahony, because we need to pray that HIS personal GREED & need for not only further financial wealth, but his EGO doesn't get in the way here, & who knows, maybe GBC has been wanting to tell the TRUTH from the outset??? Just a thought! After all, many a defence attorney has discouraged their client from 'spilling the beans'.


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    maybe we were wrong

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Diggety View Post
    Blood, nothing surer
    Maybe we were wrong? maybe the main crime scene wasn't Allison's home. Maybe she went to the BC's after work to see the kids?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    Does anyone know if the Supreme Court ever meets on a weekend? Seems coincidental that an arrest was made tonight, given GBC must wait 48 hours minimum to make a request for bail in the Supreme Court. If they can't attend court over the weekend, the police have planned well. Means they have some breathing space for at least 4 days with him behind bars.
    And it's a big night for footy. Any connection?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayside View Post
    It is a shame the media filmed the children leaving with the Dickies, they have been and are going to be through too much.
    What? They did that tonight?....That is terrible. I may be into the sleuthing, I may be obsessed, people can call me whatever (I already know im psycho...lol I dont need Watsonian to tell me)......But at this current juncture, The Dickie's and the lovely young SHEs, should be left right alone. No camera's, nothing....Grrrrrrrr

    Im blown away.
    Irrespective of our OPINION....She never deserved to be murdered. She also never deserved to be dumped like rubbish.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Watsonian Institute View Post
    ozazure, that Pearson quote you pointed to: "It is especially difficult for social media users and bloggers untrained in media law to navigate all these rules so the best policy is to avoid comment on any matters before the courts until the justice process has run its course. Leave that to the trained, professional journalists who report with the backing of experienced editors and legal advisers."

    Note that Pearson is referring to social media users and bloggers untrained in media law. This is exactly what my point was. Thank you for making this so clear.
    Yes I am making his opinion clear that untrained people shouldn't comment (a statement you disagreed with a few posts back but we'll ignore you failed to acknowledge that). However that is not the law. That is excessive, cover your bum on a blog advice. The legislation prevents certain information being included by publications in the jurisdiction. No comment is not a reasoned response to concerns about breaching that law.

    You know I am in favour of moderate commenting, I think people should be careful in what they put online for ethical and legal reasons. And that's the same reason why this fear mongering about discussion gets right up my nose.

    I note you have not responded why you think this particular case, Gerard Baden-Clay being charged with murder and webslueths in particular, will be ground breaking. While the vast majority of posters to this thread are probably joining in this kind of discussion for the first time, it is far from first time this has happened online in an Australian case.


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    As Gerard has done from the start...he will say nothing. His lawyers will make it hard to find a decent unbiased jury. There is so much circumstantial evidence so they will say his client is innocent unless they can prove it beyond reasonable doubt.

    The hope... The police have something up there sleeve.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    Yep, aware of this. That's why I asked if the Supreme Court is ever held on a weekend?
    Im pretty sure they can't open.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Diggety View Post
    Blood, nothing surer
    They may have found traces of that somewhere around day 1...forensics were in there back then...would add to why police said they'd been treating it as a homicide for some time.


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