Australia Australia - Claremont SK, 1996-97, Perth, WA - #14

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  1. DRT

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    I respect your opinion. Most psychics probably are con artists or simply not good enough to be useful in criminal cases but I would never outright disregard all of them. Nothing Diane said is outside the realm of possibilty. Such "readings" can still have value if treated as pure speculation. I've read a lot of far-fetched theories on this forum and I would never rubbish any members. :)
     
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    Would be interesting if some evidence re SS has come up tho thru all the recent investigations. I guess we have to wait and hope for that.


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    Difference being that she was not "speculating", she was stating events as fact...as related to her by the victim. Very different. Also, these people make money from their "visions".
     
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    Car jacking very possible. Maybe she was kept in the car because she was already dead, thus on returning to Perth torching the car would hide evidence...?? Then again, reports stated she was found in the drivers seat.
     
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    It seems unlikely that someone would drive around with a dead body, especially if they'd driven such a distance with an opportunity to rid the body. But, it is possible a dead body could be placed in the driver's seat. It depends on the state of mind of the perp. perhaps he/she had mental health issues or was on drugs. All in my opinion of course.
     
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    Would think the charges would have been updated to include SS if that was the case.


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    With regard to October's court hearing as well as any additional charges, how will they separate them? Will BRE be on trial for the current charges and then have other court cases for anything else they may have found? If any other charges are added the defense will need more time to prepare.
    These are only my thoughts and opinions.
     
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    The difference is people on this forum don't search out family members and tell them their niece was brutally raped and announce it to the media. With zero evidence. There was no value to what that psychic said. I'm just glad her parents weren't the ones conned.


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    You said it better than me. Thank you.
     
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    The below Yahoo article (4 Dec, 2015) mentions the following:

    "The Post reports today that the woman attacked in Karrakatta was tied up with washing line that had traces of material used in screen printing."

    https://thewest.com.au/news/wa/claremont-serial-killing-clues-revealed-report-ng-ya-146310

    Has anyone go thoughts on this?
     
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    A day care centre or school could hang paintings or artwork on a line to dry.
     
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    Does appear to be a distinct mention of screen printing materials.

    The below article (May 2015) mentions that "[FONT=&quot]Police have launched a fresh investigation in the 15-year hunt for the Claremont serial killer, interviewing a former screen printing business owner on Stirling Hwy."

    Also the following:

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    [FONT=&quot]The Post Newspaper also reported that detectives are trying to locate former employees of the printing company and wanted to know if printing components had gone missing at the time of the murders and the process involved in printed dyes on fabric."[/FONT]

    http://www.perthnow.com.au/archive/...e/news-story/92da4840c08ed4047fa4f79a9de2ac6a
     
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    Here's a little bit of interesting information for all the budding LINE THEORISTS working on the CSK case -

    Taking the straight line that intersects Claremont if drawing a line connecting CG's and JR's Dsites - If you draw a 90 degree line starting at Claremont and extend this perpendicular line out into the larger map of Western Australia. Then the perpendicular line reaches a place of interest - a wheatbelt town called Merredin.

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    What's the Merredin connection?
    Or are you just playing silly buggers?
     
  17. Don't know if the timeline would fit. Maybe freshly printed t-shirts for "little athletics" had been near/on the washing line (after first washing)?
     
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    14 Government Rd, Nedlands[​IMG]

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