Allison Baden-Clay Case Update.

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  1. Pinkerton PI

    Pinkerton PI Member

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    Gerard Baden - Clay murdered his wife Allison in 2012 the High Court of Australia maintained yesterday, August 31, 2016. This cunning and devious murderer will not be released before 2027. The Baden-Clay trial was one of the longest in Australian criminal justice history.

    Many people at the time, specially Allison's distraught family questioned why was a person that planned and callously carried out a murder of the women he promised to love and honor was only given a lenient 11 years prison sentence. IMO it should have been no less than 20 years.. perhaps never to be released.
    Allison and her killer (below)
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  2. TillyMay

    TillyMay Former Member

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    That sentence is far too lenient, her family have suffered enough, hopefully they are planning to appeal and get a much stiffer sentence.
     
  3. Pinkerton PI

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    Evidently his sentence was for life.. that is 15 years without parole. It must have been back dated then from when he was arrested. Still too lenient.
     
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    TillyMay Former Member

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    I think life should mean life for all murder cases, especially child murders.
     
  5. Pinkerton PI

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    Totally agree. Their victims dont get a second chance.
     
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    TootsieFootsie Well-Known Member

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    I've searched and don't know the correct place to put this.

    Sister opens up about the control Allison Baden-Clay's husband had over her before killing her | Daily Mail Online


    Vanessa Fowler has revealed a startling new insight into her sister's unhappy 15-year marriage as she prepares to ramp up the coercive control campaign in her new role as co-chair of Queensland's Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Council.

    She and her family discovered the horrific extent of Baden-Clay's control over his wife during his murder trial after police found Allison's personal journal.

    The journal revealed Ms Baden-Clay often felt lonely being married to an unkind and insulting husband.

    She recalled how Baden-Clay listened in on his wife's conversations through the baby monitor, controlled their finances, deleted the numbers of her relatives on her mobile and blocked them from calling the home phone.
     
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    Yes, yes, yes. Coercive control has to be criminalised. I believe criminalising coercive control and making consent have to be affirmative (rather than 'she didn't say no' being a defense) are the two greatest things the legal system can do to change the lives of women in Australia. It's too late for Alison, but it's not too late to save other women.
     
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    Man allegedly takes kids to Allison Baden-Clay and Hannah Clarke murder sites to 'control' partner | Daily Mail Online

    A banker allegedly took his two children to the roadside memorial of Allison Baden Clay and the street where Hannah Clarke was set alight with her three kids in a bid to intimidate his estranged partner, a court has heard.

    The father fronted a bail hearing at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday over alleged domestic abuse offences which allegedly occurred in 2018.

    The charges include choking/suffocation/strangulation in a domestic relationship and assaults occasioning bodily harm.

    The court heard the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also allegedly took his nine-year-old twins to the 'murder sites' of domestic abuse victims to 'exert control' over his ex-partner, the Courier Mail reports.
     
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    How time has passed....beautiful photos and story (was on Channel 7 news tonight as well). Don't these images just reinforce the determined and dogged spirit of Allison's family to give her girls the life they were always meant to have? And they are all carrying Allison's memory and passions forward.



    No Cookies | The Courier Mail

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    Allison Baden-Clay’s daughters tribute to mother to continue her legacy
    Allison Baden-Clay’s daughters have made the ultimate tribute to their mother, joining forces to fundraise with her favourite flower to continue her legacy.

    Hannah, 20, Sarah, 17, and Ella, 14, are the faces of the Allison Baden-Clay Foundation’s Strive to Be Kind campaign, with 4000 donated sunflowers to be sold.

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    Sarah Baden-Clay, Hannah Baden-Clay, Ella Baden-Clay, Vanessa Fowler, Priscilla Dickie and Geoff Dickie with sunflowers to promote Allison Baden-Clay Foundation. Picture: Richard Walker.


    “We are very pleased with how they have matured to be such kind and generous and loving girls just like their mum,” Ms Fowler told The Courier-Mail

    “They’ve all got a great circle of friends and our family is like a village around them. “We are still supporting them in a lot of ways

    “My mum and dad (Geoff and Priscilla Dickie) have done a tremendous job with bringing them up.”

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    Hannah is following in the footsteps of her mother and is studying dance performance. She will be graduating from university soon.

    Her passion for dance has led to a goal of travelling overseas to join a large company or production. Those plans have been put on hold while the world deals with Covid-19.

    “They’re all high achievers,” Ms Fowler said.
    Ella, the youngest, also dances like her mother.

    “She loves dancing,” Ms Fowler said.

    “Sarah doesn’t dance, she used to when she was younger. She is sporty and into netball.

    “The funds that will be raised through the sale of the sunflowers will go towards us developing educational programs for community groups and assist with us hosting community forums so that we can share our message with the community around family and domestic abuse,” Ms Fowler said.

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    The sunflowers will be sold in Brisbane and Ipswich at schools and businesses for $10. The Strive to Be Kind Day lunch will be held on Friday.
     
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    Strive To Be Kind Day - The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation

    Strive To Be Kind Day (in memory of Allison Baden-Clay) is held on the last Friday of each July. On this day, the Story Bridge and Victoria Bridge light in yellow to remember Allison and her kindness. She was a very generous and loving soul who always put others before herself.

    Strive To Be Kind Day was initially introduced in 2012 so that the community could come together to show each other a little more kindness. Respect, kindness and positivity are all things that we need more of and we encourage people to spend Strive To Be Kind Day and the month of July spreading kindness. Since its inception this wonderful day has gained enormous support with over 100 Queensland State and Private schools, businesses and shopping centres participating.

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    Allison Baden-Clay's 'resilient' daughters join annual kindness campaign - 4BC

    For the first time since their mother’s tragic death, Allison Baden-Clay’s three daughters are joining the charity named in her honour for this year’s Strive to be Kind campaign.

    Strive to be Kind Day is this Friday, with Queenslanders encouraged to wear a splash of yellow, perform a random act of kindness, make a donation to the Allison Baden-Clay Foundation or buy a bunch of sunflowers being sold in the Brisbane and Ipswich areas.

    Brisbane’s famous Story Bridge will also be lit up in yellow to mark the day.

    As part of the campaign this year, an image showing Allison’s three daughters – Hannah, Sarah and Ella – has been released by the foundation.
     
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    Gerard Baden-Clay pinches backside of prison inmate
    No Cookies | The Courier Mail
    First it was a prison officer, now an inmate has been on the receiving end of an inappropriate act behind bars by wife killer Gerard Baden-Clay.


    Wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay has moved jail units after he touched the backside of another prisoner who retaliated and hit him, officers have revealed.

    The Sunday Mail has been told officers reviewed footage in the prison yard and saw the prisoner punch Baden-Clay, 51.

    When the prisoner was questioned they say he claimed the reason for hitting him was the touching on an earlier occasion.

    Baden-Clay was then moved units after the incident and was placed on a safety order, restricting him to his cell for his own safety, officers said.

    The incident is the second involving Baden-Clay touching the backside of someone at the jail.
     
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