Australia - Allison Baden-Clay, 43, Brisbane QLD, 19 April 2012 #18

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

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  1. mountainhigh

    mountainhigh New Member

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    7 year itch....
    :woohoo:
     
  2. Keentoknow

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    GBC has 2 vehicles.
    Det Supt Mark Ainsworth in charge.
    Allison was found under Kholo Bridge.
    Allison did go to hairdresser.
    They have 3 children.
     
  3. mountainhigh

    mountainhigh New Member

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    Was the captiva released also, anybody know?
     
  4. CaseClosed

    CaseClosed Registered User

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    ... not in Far North Queensland ... you would see big croc mouths wide open :floorlaugh:
     
  5. Monty

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    Hmmmm Trooper.....maybe that was the night as it was forecast to rain for a few days, we were expecting good rain too. Maybe that was the catalyst in a premeditated and preplanned murder as in relation to the disposal of the body? Can anyone remember if it was raining that night?
     
  6. minni

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    Not only would the killer avoid rafting ground road to avoid dealing with their gullt (if that was the crimescene,) but more importantly, to save his arse by NOT being seen on rafting ground road.
     
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    I'd be scared too.....Mention a car...and some poster might think....DANGER DANGER....Willough is going to attack vehicle registration number "SETTLED".....Best contact them, before she pulls out her knife and attacks them...............lol

    (rolling eyes)
     
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    Detect - Is this the Paul Tully post you were referring to?
     
  9. Aussie_expat.sg

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    good point! hadn't thought of that. Have long wondered if there was truth in the premeditation rumour, and if so, why bring it forward a month? Heavy rain is certainly one catalyst! I"m with the previous poster that keeps wondering "why THAT particular night?" Can't wait to find out...if ever.
     
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    And when you find it - tell me! I've driven around that roundabout thousands of times and not seen the carwash ( but I wasn't aware that there was a camera there either!)
     
  11. Rational

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    The house was declared a crime scene
    Dept Sup Ainsworth refused to comment on wether GBC was a suspect
    The QPS treated the case as an unlawful homicide from well before Alisson's body was located
    The QPS said that Alisson knew her killer
    The QPS said that the murderer may have had an accomplice
    ABC and GBCs vehicles were impounded and only one released in the last week (the prado)
    NGBs house and shed was searched and lots of material incl laptop and computer were taken
     
  12. mum73

    mum73 Inactive

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    This made me start thinking about what there would be to clean. I've been picturing muddy boots, car etc; but from memory it has been said it was quite dry before that night.

    Then I was thinking about inside the car, and if it is true she was killed via manual strangulation, I thought there would be very little to clean inside either (as Allisons hair etc would have already been in the car).

    But then I remembered something that happens after death that I hadn't given much thought to. It's a fairly sensitive thought, so those that are easily offended do not click on the link, but points 7 & 8 are what I'm alluding to. If this occurred in the car, it could have made what was to be a clean process rather messy. Keep in mind police knew fairly early on that Allison had met with foul play.

    http://io9.com/5862418/10-bodily-functions-that-continue-after-death
     
  13. Detect

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    Yes, that's it. Any comments anyone ?
     
  14. Monty

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    GBC had mistress
    ABC knEw about mistress
    GBC knows how to amp it up for cameras when he chooses
     
  15. linette

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    Someone {who I later found out was a criminal} told me years ago that it's not good to commit crimes in rainy weather... too much chance of footprints and tyremarks being left. He said if you were to PLAN one you would wait til it was dry. Unless ofcourse it was unplanned...

    Ofcourse, not being a criminal myself, I don't know if this is correct.
     
  16. Blue Bottle

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    Easy enough... depending what search engine you use you need to find the appropriate ******* for it. I use a couple of different search engines, amongst them, Firefox and it's as Add On...
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/*******-plus/

    I don't use Internet Explorer, but those who use Internet Exploder.. http://simple-*******.com/

    Some people don't mind the ads, others know how to ignore them, but interesting how in relation to Allison's case, the inclusion of the 'Beyond Blues' advert on some of the news articles about Allison caused some distress to a couple of posters.

    It's easy to read into such an ad where it can be seen to give off an impression that the news site was backing up claims (subtly), that Allison was depressed and needed help. Not literally, but it goes to show the 'power' some ads have when inserted in strategetic places. More so, if the add flickers about trying to get your attention over the article you are reading.
     
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    Detect there is lots if you go back to yesterday afternoon and last night posts.
     
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    The big fat ones are best for paddock fencing. Look good too and keep the geese in. IMO :woohoo:
     
  19. SydneySleuth

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    Interesting point. If ABC was murdered in a vehicle or placed in a vehicle soon after death then you would expect there to be evidence of that.
     
  20. Trooper

    Trooper Well-Known Member

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    there was no moon that night, I believe..


    Actually, I hadnt really considered the weather factor at all. Except in the effect it has on people. Heat, cold, etc. Now I have to re think it through!.
     
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