Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay General Discussion Threads' started by SoSueMe, May 18, 2012.
Grannie what a great idea! I am happy to contribute some funds.
GRANNIE: Well this is just so appropriate for both the women and men on this forum who are outraged by Allison's death and who support an end to violence against women. Women need to support women. We also need good men to support the end of violence towards women. What a timely conference. It would be great if websleuthers from this forum could attend just as suggested.
From my knowledge she was very relaxed about adventure and travel and reaching out. Comfortable about getting on stage and with traveling. Very confident. Encouraging in a quiet and self-realized Psychologist's way. But with a huge phobia of the water.
I did find this
To Report a crime use one of the following services
If it is an emergency or the crime is happening now call triple zero
If it is not an emergency and the crime has already happened call
Policelink 131 444
If you have any information that might help solve a crime call
Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000
I heard today from a source that it was EBC who spoke to QPS about immunity.
Maybe that is why she hasn't been to visit GBC. IMO
It would be great, and so agree that it needs men and women to put an end to this violence. So many stories in our threads, that even if it gives one young woman the courage to not go into a bad relationship, or for one man to stop going any further it would be worthwhile.
Hawkins put up a great post early on in the threads and it was so poignant about how endemic this violence still is. See if I can find it.
Who really knows if GBC was physically violent towards A? Before he allegedly killed her that is?
I do believe there was emotional abuse though, for sure.
Many men who have affairs also do the emotional abuse route. That site someone put up the other day, something about crazy b!tch, was very enlightening to me and made me (lightbulb) realise that I didn't give back as good as I got like I thought in my marriage, it was actually emotional abuse. And it was all designed for me to look like the crazy one.
This was the site.
Juicy bit of info there if true.
Nice one Indro
If this is true it's a stunning revelation and does open up a new angle for thought about the case and the family dynamics within it. Thanks, dear Indromum. Let's see if anything more comes out regarding this rumour.
A couple who covered up their son's murder have been jailed in the UK
Leigh Turner, 54, and Anita Turner, 51, were each given 27 month terms after being found guilty of perverting the course of justice.
In sentencing, Mrs Justice Dobbs said that it was a tragedy that the parents had lost their good character out of misplaced loyalty.
Their actions were uncovered when police bugged their house and recorded conversations where they discussed whether they had done the right thing.
I wonder how many bugs (not catapillars) are residing in Skull Manor?
IMO we need to be a bit careful about this alleged information. In earlier threads when this was discussed, we learned that 'Immunity' is a strictly confidential process, that the CMC is so strictly secret that we would never know about it. Refer to Paul Tullly's blog on this. It is unlikely that anyone from the Attorney Generals's Department or QPolice would reveal this information. Too many risks involved I imagine, to the prosecution, to the person and to the Criminal Court proceedings.It also causes us to 'split' between the B C Seniors and deflects our attention away from other more likely targets. My opinion, not fact.
If this means that EBC is feeling the slightest bit of compassion for her daughter-in-law I praise her for her humanity.
Me too. I have the police local number on my phone chart, but in case of partner missing, I would call 000, or, as I have done once, the SES.
Don't know whether I agree though re EBC...just putting it out there for discussion.
Mmmm malibu....and Midori mmmm
Try malibu,milk and banana liquer one day...
Yep sorry OT
I think she would be doing it to help hubby not DIL. My own opinion only.
And it's known that leaving can escalate the violence and then you have the joint custody of the children leaving you and them more vulnerable. It's not as easy as "take the kids and run" it's hard to prove family violence and even in instances where there has been violence and documented injuries etc and the police have been involved, the children still have the right to contact with both parents. There's the mindset in the law that just because they hurt you, doesn't mean they'll hurt the children. The children are then often used to get at the other party. There are no simple answers.
347,000 likes??? :floorlaugh::floorlaugh:
I have no reason to ring the police but if i ever did have to i would ring 000 because i have no idea what the local number is. I have nothing against the police but i have been in a situation before where the nosey neighbours called the police because my husband and i were arguing. It had nothing to do with them and they would call the police almost every day. It got to the stage where we had to move away because too many troublemakers lived in the street. I put up with domestic violence for almost 6 years and would still do ANYTHING to be back with my ex. I loved him and still do love him more than anything in the world but it was embarrassing having the police turn up all the time because of interfering neighbours.:banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
It's called Gaslighting Nads! Sorry you had to go through that! xx