Allison Baden-Clay - GENERAL DISCUSSION THREAD #32

Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay General Discussion Threads' started by SoSueMe, May 18, 2012.

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  1. KG1

    KG1 Registered user

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    Re the new blue very high fence at the neighbours property next to NBC - it sounds like there may be development construction or redevelopment construction about to start. That's what is often seen in surburban Melbourne - helps to keep the dust and noise down. MOO
     


  2. linette

    linette New Member

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    What are the chances of the Face time call being obtained... all the gory details? Is it something that CAN be done?
     
  3. KG1

    KG1 Registered user

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    Too late, too late.
     
  4. Berry

    Berry Gotch ya

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    Mmmm however IF not pollen/blood they can prove this money trail then it will be more conclusive to a layman jury person to show the motive more...even though motive is not needed in a murder...his intention to have a lot of money quickly as a husband, IS good for a murder brief
     
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    Makara Former Member

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    Thanks Rational. I've been looking for this or similar. I've done some screencaps of the tides and moon phases for the relevant dates and I'll post them in the media thread for quick reference.

     
  6. possumheart

    possumheart Well-Known Member

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    I think it was an 'eventual' prediction by someone with a long understanding of the catchment that a body disposed to the elements would wash down and get trapped at Kholo. Need sleep. Those who see ebbs and flows of waterways over generations have great knowledge. Wonder where the word/meaning of 'Kholo' comes pfrom?
     
  7. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    Firesnake I meant to go find this post this morning but didn't have time until tonight....the poster mentions "the day before Allison was reported missing, ie. Wednesday"....but she was reported missing on the Friday, in which case this poster maybe meant to say Thursday.


    Extract from quite a long post...

    #771 05-04-2012, 10:11 PM
    Roma
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    She told me that a friend of hers works in a doctors practice and that GBC had come into the practice the day before Allison was reported missing, ie. Wednesday, and that he had scratches on his face. This would indicate that if he had other scratches on his body at all, maybe they were sustained at the same time - Wednesday or before

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=7871205&highlight=gbc+doctor#post7871205

    IF he went to the doctor that Thursday morning then he probably went to the chemist from the doc.
     
  8. GlobeArtichoke

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    Hi Mani,

    I'm only guessing (perhaps wrongly) from the media photo of the bank looking downstream directly at pipes (the one showing police/SES clean-up crew after vegetation was slashed - sorry, I should try to find link but haven't time right now), plus comments describing the geocache in that spot requiring geocache searchers to access the area via kayak ONLY at high tide.

    Regarding the latter I assume searchers are meant to climb atop the lower pipe to access the bank to find the geocache. If that assumption is true, the pipe or pipes would partially obstruct the creek in flood.

    Happy to stand corrected. MOO
    Cheers :)
     
  9. ActusReus

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    Magistrates and Judges quite often give prosecutors, defence and police investigators a 'rocket'. Their comments can be very scathing and belittling at times.

    There is one local judge who seems to take great delight in delivering a withering verbal tirade at lawyers when they stuff up. Especially when the gallery is full of law students....IMO!!
     
  10. possumheart

    possumheart Well-Known Member

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    The wonderful ceremony of Shrimant, is also referred to as called “Kholo bharvano” in Gujarati.* It literally means "to fill the lap of the expectant lady" with auspicious items.* Usually, this is one of the few “female only” functions.* In our progressive times, with equal rights for all, now we often celebrate this with everyone from the family being present on the occasion.

    ???
     
  11. marlywings

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    Interesting isn't it possum...I just read that then looked an Ipswich Council site....kind of odd...

    UGLY CREEK: Now called Kholo

    http://www.ipswich.qld.gov.au/documents/heritage/place_names_origins.pdf
     
  12. DrWatson

    DrWatson Verified Thoracic and Vascular Surgeon

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    Hi KG1 - yes, that one from 2006 is the technique that I'd heard about a few years ago, using RNA degradation. I don't know that it ever went anywhere or fulfilled its promise.

    I asked one of my contacts today about the ageing of blood stains, and it is still, apparently, highly unreliable. I have also emailed another contact in the UK for more information from the point of view of the Police Scientific Service, but so far haven't heard back. One of the questions I asked was whether or not the results of any testing were admissible in court.

    Incidentally, it should be noted that a lot of the laboratory forensic testing here is done by the Police Scientific Service in their own labs, while the forensic pathology is carried out by the Forensic and Scientific Services (FSS) on the campus of Griffith University. Two separate institutions. The FSS is the one that used to be called the John Tonge Centre - but actually hasn't been called that officially now for several years.

    If I hear back from the UK re the lab testing of blood stains to determine their age, I'll post the answer.

    And of course I'm talking about stains more than a couple of hours old - that first 2-3 hours has certain changes in the form of coagulation and the formation of fibrin, etc etc (it gets complicated) that can give a pretty good idea of the age. But once that stage has passed, I'm not sure that stains - especially when "rubbed in" to material like a carpet, car lining material, etc can be aged accurately.
     
  13. possumheart

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    Geocatcher found it with a welded ankle and a dog. Can't be that hard. No way I would climb the pipes. NO WAY. Nope
     
  14. Nads

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    I hate to give anyone ideas, but if that bloke had stuck with his plan but instead of throttling/drowning her had hit her head on the side of the bath then held her under water he may have been off scott free.
     
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    Oh I hope so, it really will be the money shot then haha.
     
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    But his father, NBC, was professionally involved in the insurance game. I'm guessing a conversation may have recently transpired in which GBC asked his dad how much ABC's life insurance was worth and what its conditions might be ... MOO.
     
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    Not sure, but there are more and more forensic devices being developed very quickly, to keep up with the ever changing advances in technology.
     
  18. summer_breeze

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    Thank you sir!

    I'm still most curious about the blood and hair evidence.....and how QPS is tying this to murder?? Will be interesting to see the details. Eventually.

    Would you (please and kindly???) also ask about the hair banding questions? Can you really tell if a strand of hair is from ante mortem/post mortem? And is this admissible in (Australian) court?
     
  19. parkerp

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    funny. benzo's make me wired. but they've knocked men 3 times my size to the ground. pseudoephidrine makes me extremely sleepy while others will abuse it as a pick me up. I suffer from narcolepsy though & P.O.T.S..so I would add that it makes sense I'd react differently to certian medications.
    On topic, Rational - remember our ASIC searches pergaps 25 threads back, we were so on point.
     
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