AUS - Khandalyce Kiara Pearce, Wynarka, Bones of a Child Discovered, July'15 - #2

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  1. revampz

    revampz Active Member

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    I still don't understand that they want to talk to the man who was seen six to eight weeks ago, but yet the suitcase was dumped up to 2 and a half months ago.... I suppose they are just checking everything as obviously someone has said they saw the suitcase 2 1/2 months ago.............however this statement then rules out what was reported yesterday that a guy said he saw the suitcase and moved it late March! It is vital to sought out when that suitcase was first seen as it may rule out the guy in town......
     


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    I'm inclined to think that there's a chance the witnesses' estimates of the date they saw the stranger in town could be a little off. Unless there was some other event happening that day that they can connect the sighting to, or for some strange reason someone made a note of seeing him on their calendar - I don't know how they could remember exactly how many weeks ago it happened. Does that make sense? It would be easier to pinpoint an exact week if it had happened say, within about 4 weeks ago - maybe more difficult after that?
    Or the man with the suitcase was not relevant to this case at all? :dunno:
     
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    well it is the public's business because LE asked for help, yet don't release the info that could narrow the tips down

    so basically the public is spinning their wheels

    the federal LE database doesn't even have 10 missing children listed on it in this age range so it's clear that William Tyrrell is not the only one that someone has neglected to add there

    maybe they've ruled out living kids that people have reported not seeing in awhile but there's no reason why they couldn't tell us that in general terms without identifying anyone

     
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    LE provided this info.

     
  6. PolyDot

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    I think Leonie was only 18 mths when she went missing and it was about 15 years ago in the Hunter Valley - not so sure it is her - believed to have been killed by her mother -
     
  7. thylacine7

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    I seem to remember an article in the last few days saying police were going over all the statements about the man with the suitcase, and/or when people first found it, since the original finder refers to it being way back after the resurfacing, but then women who saw the man with the suitcase were speaking about a much more recent time.

    I've been re-reading a few articles and the police saying the child died a "violent, terrible death" make me think the bones showed much more obvious injuries than a single gunshot or skull fracture as I first thought (though both still work as visible signs leaning towards murder); to use that kind of wording I wonder if there are maybe multiple obvious (to seasoned police) knife marks in multiple bones... that's the only thing I can think of that could lead to them using that wording. A single blunt force skull fracture or bullet hole could certainly point towards murder, but could also have possibly been quick.

    I worry this may drag on like little William and maybe never be solved, I sure hope not.
     
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    From the way it's phrased I think they were tip-offs from the public of children who hadn't been seen for a while in their neighbourhoods, so not actually missing ones; so not appropriate to release names as not actually missing.
     
  9. PolyDot

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    My best guess is it is not Leonie Hutchinson - but we are all guessing at the moment - untill further info comes to hand
     
  10. Eloise

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    That would make sense.
     
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    Comparing the Police RPA Vision published yesterday, this looks like the area where the suitcase was found.

    GOOGLE MAPS LINK

    Seems like such a strange place to leave the suitcase when there is so much more dense scrub just out of Wynarka and a few hundred metres away from the highway.

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  17. PanterA

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    Probably nothing at all, but something that stood out to me when I was looking at the Google Street View, there is like a little stacked brick marker by the side of the road, one tree over from where the blue tent is.

    I then looked again at the SA Police drone footage and the marker is still there today, the Google Street View imagery is from February 2010.

    Marker to something nearby?

    Street view 1

    Street view 2

    Drone view 1

    Drone view 2

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    Only really commenting to follow the thread but one thing I think is due to the careless way the body was dumped it's likely it's not an organised criminal network or pedophile ring. More
    Likely a child abuse/family situation [emoji45]


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  19. Adrianna

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    It was really cold and rained a lot on the weekend of 11th and 12th of July, lots of wind also, if that's of any help.
     
  20. ellie b

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    Yes, very odd.
     
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