Australia - Allison Baden-Clay, 43, Brisbane QLD, 19 April 2012 - #7

Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay General Discussion Threads' started by Kimster, May 10, 2012.

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  1. UnfoldingTruth

    UnfoldingTruth New Member

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    Maybe finger prints? I don't know,
     
  2. willough

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    I dont think Rudra liked me (probably fair enough).....It didnt help that I called him a lady and then after I read back, he was a man...lol.... :blushing:
     
  3. clem1970

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    Perhaps photographic evidence of previous DV.
     
  4. Maxymoo

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    Oh my that is such a complex issue. The cycle of domestic violence is a well documented psychological journey:what:
     
  5. willough

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    Tis time for me to go to the land of snooze....zzzzzzzz.......Nigh Nighs lovely people. Let hope we get some good news tomorrow :)

    Dream big!!!!! and happy thoughts!!!!
     
  6. Humdinger

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    Oh yep, thanks :)
     
  7. pudwink

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    ooh, one more movie title...couldn't resist...

    Liar, Liar
     
  8. UnfoldingTruth

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    Similar situation here.
     
  9. Humdinger

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    Willough, I'm about to do the same thing... Nighty night all see you tomorrow!
     
  10. Neuromancer

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    Ha!

    :floorlaugh:
     
  11. Maxymoo

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    Nite people. I stayed up sooo late last night catching up on all the posts. So glad I found this forum. Funny and smart you guys got it alll goin on. Catch you tomorrow night.
     
  12. UnfoldingTruth

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    I should too..Too many late night here..
     
  13. Ixnaye

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    The phone was only a focus point when they were trying to locate Allison.

    They haven't said anything about the phone since Allison's body was located.

    The contents of text messages, phone calls etc can be traced by the phone service provider.

    The only things on that phone that the police can't get thru the phone telco is photos and any sound or video recordings.
     
  14. CaseClosed

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    This may have been mentioned before, but what if someone (teenager) found the iPhone, reset it and kept it? ... or sold it? After all, they are worth a lot of money. I wonder if QPS have investigate with Apple as to try and find out if the iPhone serial number (which Apple has records of linked to the iTunes account of each person) has been linked since to a different iTunes account?
     
  15. UnfoldingTruth

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    Actually no, they were still looking for it after they found Allison. In fact they that day narrowed their search to a 150m area around the Baden-clay house and neighbouring properties
     
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    A sim card was found but was ruled out as anything to do with this crime.
     
  17. Neuromancer

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    “No point mentioning those yellow jackets, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough."
     
  18. CaseClosed

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    My understanding is they can only be retrieved for a few days?
     
  19. Blue Bottle

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    Seems to be the latest news article. Wonder what these new leads are (if per chance they are new as such).



    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...allison-vanished/story-e6freoof-1226355251556



    Police have set up a major incident room stocked with detectives, intelligence analysts and forensic officers, in the hunt for Mrs Baden-Clay's killer.

    They are believed to be chasing new leads following an operation at Kenmore roundabout last week.


    Mr Baden-Clay yesterday refused to comment on claims he was yet to provide an official statement to police.
     
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    They could relocate, etc. Also, not all victims end up dead if they decide to leave.
     
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