Australia Australia Claremont Serial Killer, 1996 - 1997, Perth, Western Australia - #9 *ARREST

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  1. L_B

    L_B Member

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    I don't think it's totally ridiculous for a fisherman to come home empty handed.. Hubby and brother in law go all the time and most times do. Pretty sure they aren't out murdering people!
     
  2. Bartholemeus

    Bartholemeus Former Member

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    Rather that everyone puncing about back and forth I will shed some light on Frankie's claims.

    The building Frankie claims he saw in his dream is an old part of CCGS that has since been demolished and rebuilt. He described it perfectly.

    There is no longer a need to go back and forth and speculate what was in his dream.

    I notice after all this time Frankie hasn't acknowledged the old building at CCGS. I think it's unlikely someone would have a vivid dream about the CSK, see a prime suspect's face before that person's face was made public, speak to the police about it, and not be aware of what the old CCGS buildings look like.

    IMO Frankie is waiting for someone to find an old image of CCGS that matches his description to seemingly give more credibility.

    Not to mention the claim about seeing the crime in his dream featuring real places that he'd never seen before. Scientifically impossible.

    Looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it's a load of cobblers.
     
  3. princessmonsta

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    i don't understand these forums. why do new threads keep getting created? and why do some have moderating whatever that means? do posts get deleted?
     
  4. Daddy Tas

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    Thank you.


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  5. SherlockSleuth

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    Posts are deleted by moderators if they break 'the rules'. For example on this site, posters shouldn't discuss a suspects family member.
     
  6. Reality

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    Is that a statement? I haven't heard anything about the vehicle being recovered.
     
  7. Voodoodoll76

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    Yes Lisa brown went to huntingdale primary school- same year as my sister...
    Although she did not go to Gosnells high
     
  8. Daddy Tas

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    Someone said earlier that the first wife worked at Corrs the law firm. Do we know if she was a lawyer or did she work in some other role at the firm (eg legal secretary)?


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  9. Voodoodoll76

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    She did go to Kalamunda hs
    But she did attend huntingdale primary school
    Same year as my sister
     
  10. Coroner

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    Yes that building at CCGS you mentioned was the old Arts department (since gone as you say).

    I dispute Frankie could have made out those details of said building from his location at the bus stop in front of HJ's at night, be a stretch in daylight. I realise it was Frankies birthday but no human could see that detail from his given vantage point.
     
  11. Mo Joe

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    Fishing trip alone?
     
  12. Grok

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    However BRE didn't live there at that time so he wouldn't be on the EROLL
    Right
     
  13. JustFacts

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    This is fact. It was traced to the current owner, unlicenced, but still intact.
     
  14. jam sandwich

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    The main point you make there is that your husband fishes with bin. I would find it quite risky for someone to be fishing from let's say midnight to 6am in the morning on there own. I don't fish so not sure what the norm is but would think it is helpful to have a companion when fishing to assist with boat/trailer equipment especially at night time. Time will tell whether he was living alone at the time of the murder. Your comment about your husband and bin aren't out murdering people is uncalled for. I'm pretty sure BE's family are probably still coming to terms that he has been charged with these events as they can't believe it either.
     
  15. 123sniff

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    Perhaps, but I heard the story from a very reliable source. It's a possibility that if BE thought KK was "left for dead", and then discovered she had survived, he needed to adapt for future victims. With that type of injury, he would have much more control over his victims, as well as time (God forbid). I was told it was only JR & CG with those wounds, which could also be another reason why KK was thought to be from a different offender. We won't know for sure until it comes out in court.
     
  16. YoureNicked

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    I agree. My ex used to go out fishing on his own and stay out until the early hours of the morning- and rarely caught anything, either. If I'd been suspicious I'd have thought he was having an affair - but unless I found his behaviour strange or physical evidence like blood, murder would have been the last thing I'd suspect him of.
     
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    Incorrect. In Australia, the presumption of innocence is a requirement of the court chair (Registrar, Magistrate, Judge, and Jurors), not of the prosecution, not of the public.
     
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  19. JustFacts

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    Fact 3. He is in total denial , is not admitting anything.
     
  20. Mo Joe

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    I'd be interested to know if his voice sounds like the voice of the man who phoned Don Spiers.
     
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