Day 1 and it's reasonable to operate on the theory that Karen never left that house alive that morning. Whether her death was quick or slow is yet unknown. What is known is that her burial was barbaric.
That she was rolled up , maybe tied up and bundled into that car of hers and unceremoniously dumped in the bush.
It remains to be seen if Sarah did see her that morning, or if her memory has had a bit of a fuzz up since then.
I don't think Borce will take the stand.. he is a whole other kettle o' fish, in comparison to Our Boy Gerard. Gerard loved to talk!! how he loved to talk, mainly about himself, but often about others if he could safely yet firmly get in a whole lot of character assassination AND hold the floor at the same time.
Borce... whole other game.. He has Vlasko to do his talking for him, Borce, I reckon is the enforcer, with the basilik stare, the turned lip, the implied menace, Vlasko does the descriptions and the threats.
Borce has enough smarts to know that getting on the stand would do him no good at all. None. He is unappealing, unforthcoming and a rotten , halfwitted liar, he cant keep track of his story from one day to the next...
Read a report which said Sarah left home that morning with Karen & Borce still at home...........will try & find the link.......
Here you go Troop
The alleged murder occurred between 8.58am and 10.43am on a Wednesday morning after the couple's then 21-year-old daughter Sarah had left home for work.
Ristevskis had money trouble, court told
I have doubts, Dr S.... So far, the timing of when Karen was murdered is predicated precisely starting from when Sarah said she left for work, leaving them both there in the home..
Maybe Sarah has had to rethink this thru, it has always seemed possible to me that the argument had reached a murderous pitch before Sarah left that day.... it explains a lot of her behavior and statements to police, such little statements as they were.