My guess is that he did have an interrupted night, up and down smoking cigarettes, and by morning they were all gone and he went to buy more. I find it hard to believe he was searching for Melissa already.
And also, her son thought he heard her making his school lunch. It isn't mentioned whether the lunch was found made or not. I am guessing that if the lunch hadn't been made this would have been mentioned as disconfirming his assumption.
337. Witness B’s evidence is that he last saw his mother...
Question about Sydney traffic. If you lived in Dover Heights and you wanted to be comfortably on time for an appointment in the city at 10am, what time would you leave home?
99. At approximately 6.49pm on 11 November 2020 Ms Caddick rang legal firm Armstrong Legal, and made an appointment to...
Interesting that Mr Koletti was out of the house so early that morning?
283. In this statement Mr Koletti recounted that he had woken at 7.00am on 12 November 2020 to find Ms Caddick had gone. Confusingly however, at another part of the statement he identified himself in CCTV footage, which...
228. DS Kyneur initiated a CCTV canvass on the afternoon of Friday 13
November 2020. He instructed Detective Senior Constable Bellemore to
carry out enquiries for CCTV footage along what he assessed to be the most direct route from Ms Caddick’s house to Rodney Reserve and its adjacent cliff...
The reverse could also be argued. If she helped with the search on Friday, and yet didn't then think that the scream could have been William, it's more even more likely that she's mistaken about it having been 13th September.
I'm thinking along the lines of driveway accident by FGM and covered up by FFC. That the car hit William on his bike sweeping William plus bike into the garden, and that was the cause of the garden damage, not William deliberately crashing.
Rolfe saying that isn't addressing the reason for the dismissal. He needs to show that the public would be safe if he returned to work, not just that he personally would be fine (with a little support).
The interviewer asked sister what William did when he was pretending to be a tiger and she answered that he kneels on the ground and says Roar. I had the impression she'd seen him do it before.
I feel like FFC tries to keep her account of the morning fluid, able to be changed this...
If he was just dashing off when he roared, he might have been still performing for them, regardless of whether he was still in their line of vision. He would have had his back to them and might not have had a clear idea of what they could see or that their thoughts were separate from his.