Such a sad thought looking back on 12 months ago - I hope Allison's family know a lot of people in Australia and around the world still remember Allison's name, still believe in justice, and will cherish life that little bit more because of her. I feel quite uneasy thinking this would have been Allison's last week alive 12 months ago.
I hope the person (or people) responsible for Allison's death, and those who know what happened to her and are too gutless to speak the truth, don't sleep a wink this week.
Strangeworld, thank you for your post. There is no doubt that the lives of Allison's close family changed just so dramatically, and they can only try to continue their lives in a positive way in the face of the 'wheels of justice' turning.
In still waiting to hear of a trial date, we Websleuthers seem to keep 'wrapping' our minds around the event in an effort to come up with some proof of what happened to Allison. In doing this, the charges against GBC in my opinion do not look good for him:
Forensic evidence to support alternative explanations to his regarding marks on his face, hand and body;
Forensic evidence to support no suicide;
Hundreds of witnesses in the case against him;
Lies told by him;
Two bail refusals;
Committal to trial by a Magistrate having heard some of the evidence;
He and his sister have proclaimed he is not guilty; A Solicitor and a Barrister have been engaged to represent his case of innocence and have made the comment following the Committal: "Mr Baden-Clay's solicitor Darren Mahony said he was of the view that evidence against his client had been significantly weakened through the cross-examination of witnesses during the hearing." http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...to-stand-trial-for-murder-20130320-2geno.html
......... remains to be seen.