Allison Baden-Clay - GENERAL DISCUSSION THREAD #44

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

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  1. Happygolucky

    Happygolucky New Member

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    Wasn't it a real estate conference that Alison was going to along with another staff member from the Century 21 Office?
     


  2. CaseClosed

    CaseClosed Registered User

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    Yes, it was. The other scenario was hearsay by a verified local, but it ended up being that ABC was going to the R/E conference and not Pathways.
     
  3. Happygolucky

    Happygolucky New Member

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    I can't buy it either. I would imagine someone from the Dickie side of the family or perhaps a counseller would have gently asked this question of the girls.
     
  4. LadyBird1

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    Until today I held your belief that the girls were at home. Because until today I, (stupidly) believed that GBC's texts were indicating that none of the girls are up yet, TOTALLY forgetting ALL that comes forth from that mouth or phone or email or whatever, might be nothing more that pure baloney. Lies.

    One of the girls contradicted the early morning police visit, with something little like, "no we weren't here", or words to that effect. Children were whisked away super pronto.

    All that you say regarding the girls being home hearing all and being terrified could be perfectly true, (in fact I, only today here alluded to an exact same case brought up on Aussie Crims in about June.)

    Been an interesting day here today. As another has said, I think we GOT somewhere today.
     
  5. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    At the right time or when the children needed love and support I'm sure they would open up to nan & pop, the sadness would have been shared & I'm sure they all needed each other's love.
    I think GBC had been dreaming of a fairy tale life which became overwhelmingly real and thinking it through over and over it all became an easy way of gaining the dream & Allison as in the way.

    Dickies would not be at that court looking for justice for their daughter for nothing. THEY KNOW!

    The BC's were not there for the opposite reason. THEY KNOW!

    Both sides know how it happened. Their actions speak volumes to me!

    <modsnip>
    :moo: :moo: :moo:
     
  6. Happygolucky

    Happygolucky New Member

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    I am not sure how much credence we can give to the blood curdling screams by Bruce Flegg. In reality, if you check google maps, his house is much further than the 1km quoted in court. I was in court on the first Monday when a number of people verified to various noises/screams on the night and there were differing stories. I have just referred to the notes I made that day. Mrs Braun heard dogs baking from 514 Brookfield Road. Sometime after 11.30 pm she hear a "loud human noise" "out the front in the area of BC resience". She described it as a "very unpleasant sound" and unable to tell whether it was from a male or femal. Nevertheless she went back to sleep and awoken a second time some time later. She did not get up to investigate. Mrs Whittle went to bed between 9 and 9.30 and was woken by dogs barking sometime between going to be and 4 am.. The lady who lived opposite the BCs

    Jule Anne S was very specific to the time she heard noises as it occured shortly after her husband got home at 8pm She put the noises she heard to between 8 pm and 9 pm "a short sharp, loud noise that lasted 1 1/2 seconds'. Again she was unsure whether the noise was male or female. Her husband placed the time about 9pm and he described the noise as a "startled or shocked yell out" and it was "no more than a couple of words". He was however convinced it was a female voice.

    None of the accounts given the first Monday in court match the "blood curding screams heard by Bruce Flegg" except perhaps another witness, Fioina White was very non specific. Basically it amounted to the fact she heard a scream sometime that week, unsure of the day or time. She did however, describe 2 high pitched screams. It was worth noting that none of the witnesssed cross examined that day actually got up and went to investigate. I think what Bruce Flegg heard may well be something different. If he heard blood curdling screams from probably close to 2 kms away as the crow flies and actually went outside to investigate, surely the screams would have been more piercing and immediate to the close neighbours? And one would have imagined that potentially dozens or hundreds of people living within a similar distance would have heard the same blood curdling screams that travelled quite a distance. Unless of course, the screams that Flegg heard were from someone different much closer to home.
     
  7. LadyBird1

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    Until today I held your belief that the girls were at home. Because until today I, (stupidly) believed that GBC's texts were indicating that none of the girls are up yet, TOTALLY forgetting ALL that comes forth from that mouth or phone or email or whatever, might be nothing more that pure baloney.

    One of the girls contradicted the early morning police visit, with something little like, "no we weren't here", or words to that effect. Children were whisked away super pronto.

    All that you say regarding the girls being home hearing all and being terrified could be perfectly true, (in fact I, only today here alluded to an exact same case brought up on Aussie Crims in about June.)

    Been an interesting day here today. As another has said, I think we GOT somewhere today.
     
  8. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    Some of you are getting too far off the old fact track.

    From here on in...if you make a statement as a fact, you're going to have to supply a MSM link or if it's info from any of the statements, you'll need to quote it along with the name of the doc which it came from.

    If you can't do the above then you can't post it.

    As for the girls being home that night...there is nothing in MSM which tells us either way where they were. Some have turned nothing more than a rumour into fact, in the space of a page or so.
     
  9. CaseClosed

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    I don't really know if the girls were home. From reading TM's statement about GBC dropping off food for the girls at Nigelaine's, I thought they were actually staying there with their cousins from Townsville, but I don't really know what the real story is. I thought the sentence "no, we weren't here" is also hearsay?
     
  10. spratsmum

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    I may be wrong, but I have the impression that in court last week witness statements were presented and people came forward to verify there own statements. Nothing seems to have been mentioned in court last week regarding the events leading up to Allison's murder any information regarding the whereabouts of other key figures. Therefore I think that police very well may have information that the girls where not at home on the 19th but the prosecution has not yet used this evidence in court and may form part of what the jury and judge will hear during the trial.
     
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    At the Committal, it was the Defence team that had the choice of which statements/witnesses they would test. The Prosecution did not make that choice, and there are another 200 plus witness statements that we do not know about yet. It will be very interesting when all this additional information is presented at the trial.
     
  12. LadyBird1

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    There were more than one lot of loud unnatural noises that night.

    10.00pm Loud argument heard by GBC neighbours.

    10.00pm A woman&#8217;s muffled screams were heard by Will Truter and his neighbours (4km from GBC home)

    Then later:

    10.53pm Screams heard by Bruce Flegg (Dr Flegg&#8217;s home 1km from BC home.)

    It was after this time Sasha the German shepherd dog set off howling.

    If you don't believe how sound travels so well at night, then right now 9.24pm at night, switch off all household noises like TV and go outside. Shhh for at least two whole minutes..
    Now listen very quietly........ Amazing huh?
     
  13. Happygolucky

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    Just checking Marley, are we breaking any rules quoting from handwritten notes we made at the committal hearing?
     
  14. Elspeth

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    Unsure if this is accurate but I seem to recall that some screams were thought to have also come from teenagers larking about in the area at that time. Does anyone else recall this ?
     
  15. maxi318

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    The note at the top refers to a different number. The number 0429377160 was initially marked as unknown, but later you marked it as Gerards. Sorry, not trying to take away from what you did, just clarifying. Great job though!
     
  16. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    Happy...I'll give the ok for now but this may change after I check with admin.
     
  17. Minor Key

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    Hi everyone,
    Sorry to butt in but I am just popping in to say hi.
    I've been here reading from day dot but have only just joined today.
    I am a local and I suppose like any local I have had my own experiences/close encounters to share. I look forward to contributing to discussion if I get some more courage. ( I've never done anything like this before due to being quite shy ). It has been great to read all the posts - many thanks.
     
  18. Zim

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    Welcome to the group Minor Key.
    Looking forward to your input !

    :fireworks::thewave::fireworks:
     
  19. LadyBird1

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    That was never positively unequivocally confirmed as the source of the screams. Good pacifier though.
     
  20. Chief of Funtime

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    I've been thinking about Allison's missing phone. It would be very interesting to know the calls TO her phone and if someone tried to call her early on the 20th Like around 6.am the phone is on the bench . Gbc s dilemma is wether or not to answer it . If he does he has tell whoever that she has gone for a walk .they keep trying to call her and he realizes that he has to act quickly and get rid of the phone and has to report her missing much earlier than he intended ?? Thank you curious for your time and effort . Excellent work
     
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