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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Don’t tell me. BR has an Italian mafia boyfriend and he lives across the road!
    LOL Bo, with all the twists and turns in this case, anything is possible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve richardson View Post
    I haven't posted for a while but I'm still watching this space hoping like most that we will see a result sometime soon. Often murderers confess to their crime as the pressure becomes too much mentally to live with the lies and thinking its only a matter of time before everything is pieced together before that final knock on the door comes. Everday you would be thinking of each little slip-up you did that will ultimately provide the proof needed.

    I just hope that every day it gets harder to sleep thinking why did I do it because right now only one person can answer that question.
    It must be heartbreaking being family Steve and no resolution in sight.

    It's become a circus, not due to Karen and who she was but by those around her who have shown their true colours! As time moves on and Borce lays low, it won't stop the police continually working to get their man! This isn't the same as his 'suspect' business dealings where he got away with murder, doesn't work with actual murder.

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    In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Herald Sun, Anthony Rickard revealed the fault — central to Borce Ristevski’s explanation of his movements on the day his wife disappeared — existed two years beforehand.
    It’s the latest twist in the 15-month murder mystery........................

    Mr Rickard said he first knew about the car’s fault after speaking with his dad at a family barbecue in 2014.

    Nothing much new just AR telling his story and this recent pic.

    AR.jpg

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vic...c17e8e9a6a32ee
    Karen Ristevski murder case: Stepson backs Borce’s claims over car’s broken fuel gauge
    ANDREA HAMBLIN, Sunday Herald Sun

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    I think we need our Rant interpreter
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepinoz View Post
    I think we need our Rant interpreter
    He has been busy tapping away ..... nice to see Mr SR gets a good wrap

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    At this point nothing would surprise me

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    Honestly this case just gets more bizarre.
    "seek not a life of riches , earthly gold or pearls, seek only a heart that is happy, a heart that is honest, a heart that is pure"

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    Let's twist again, like we did last summer ........ I really was hoping we wouldn't see the word 'twist' again in this case, but there it is again, front page of Herald Sun, 'Karen car twist', oh boy
    PS, we should run a twist lotto, nearest the pin wins

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    I can't see how the faulty fuel gauge is so important in the case. This new story in the HS just raises more questions that need answering. I don't see how the fuel gauge being faulty or not is really relevant, I'm sure the Police would have checked the gauge to determine if there is a fault or not.

    What needs to be answered is that BR claimed he drove up the Calder, hit a bump and the fuel gauge corrected itself. He then claimed that he did a u-turn at the Calder Speedway and returned home after missing the turn off to the service station and the turn off to the shop. But this has been shown to be untrue with the cctv footage of the car passing Diggers Rest railway station. So he lied, why?

    Why did BR pick that particular day to try and find a bump on the Calder to fix the fuel gauge problem? Why not do it earlier on if the problem had been evident for two years? Why was the car spotted at Diggers Rest when it should have been in the garage at home? WHY IS HE STILL WALKING FREE?

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    https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/3738...-claim/?cmp=st


    I haven't seen the photo of a black Mercedes shown in this news clip previously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepinoz View Post
    I think we need our Rant interpreter
    Bugger, I missed out.


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    Yes why didn't he fix the fault 2 years earlier. We all know the fuel gauge story is a very poor excuse for an honest alibi.
    Quote Originally Posted by Armchair snoop View Post
    I can't see how the faulty fuel gauge is so important in the case. This new story in the HS just raises more questions that need answering. I don't see how the fuel gauge being faulty or not is really relevant, I'm sure the Police would have checked the gauge to determine if there is a fault or not.

    What needs to be answered is that BR claimed he drove up the Calder, hit a bump and the fuel gauge corrected itself. He then claimed that he did a u-turn at the Calder Speedway and returned home after missing the turn off to the service station and the turn off to the shop. But this has been shown to be untrue with the cctv footage of the car passing Diggers Rest railway station. So he lied, why?

    Why did BR pick that particular day to try and find a bump on the Calder to fix the fuel gauge problem? Why not do it earlier on if the problem had been evident for two years? Why was the car spotted at Diggers Rest when it should have been in the garage at home? WHY IS HE STILL WALKING FREE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armchair snoop View Post
    I can't see how the faulty fuel gauge is so important in the case. This new story in the HS just raises more questions that need answering. I don't see how the fuel gauge being faulty or not is really relevant, I'm sure the Police would have checked the gauge to determine if there is a fault or not.

    What needs to be answered is that BR claimed he drove up the Calder, hit a bump and the fuel gauge corrected itself. He then claimed that he did a u-turn at the Calder Speedway and returned home after missing the turn off to the service station and the turn off to the shop. But this has been shown to be untrue with the cctv footage of the car passing Diggers Rest railway station. So he lied, why?

    Why did BR pick that particular day to try and find a bump on the Calder to fix the fuel gauge problem? Why not do it earlier on if the problem had been evident for two years? Why was the car spotted at Diggers Rest when it should have been in the garage at home? WHY IS HE STILL WALKING FREE?
    Mr Rickard, in an exclusive interview, said his “tight arse” dad took the Mercedes-Benz coupe to an auto electrician but never got the gauge fixed because it was too expensive — instead telling his wife to keep the car topped up with fuel.

    So BR told Karen to keep the tank topped up according to AR.
    Lets assume Karen did just as "tight asre" told her to do and kept the fuel topped up.
    When and where did she last top up?
    Why would Borce be trying to fix a faulty fuel gauge in a topped up tank. How would he know it had corrected itself? full = bump = full
    Why would he be needing to go to the service station if Karen had done as she was told and it was topped up?

    So how much fuel are others thinking was in that tank the day the police forensically test the merc?

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vic...c17e8e9a6a32ee
    Karen Ristevski murder case: Stepson backs Borce’s claims over car’s broken fuel gauge

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    Tight arse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrisa View Post
    Tight arse
    Yes an ant quote....lol

    “My dad, he’s a tight arse ... he told Karen just to keep the car topped up always, don’t let the car go low and we won’t have a problem, we won’t need the fuel gauge.

    “He wasn’t going to fork out $800 to $3000 for that, so he left it.”...........................................

    Mr Rickard said he had a strained relationship with his dad, made worse more than a decade ago following a family conflict over accusations of an unusual relationship with Mrs Ristevski, his stepmother.
    He and his dad had not spoken since his stepmother’s disappearance, he added.

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vic...c17e8e9a6a32ee
    Karen Ristevski murder case: Stepson backs Borce’s claims over car’s broken fuel gauge

    How long before Karen disappeared had Ant spoken to his father.
    We know he phoned Karen 10 days before. When did he last speak or see his dad?
    Last edited by sosocurious; 10-07-2017 at 09:49 PM.

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    Hi Soso, could you please post the headline as the Heraldsun is paywalled for me.

    Nice of BR to not allow Karen to have her car fixed....

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