Found Deceased Australia - Karen Ristevski, 47, Melbourne, Vic, 29 June 2016 - #16 *Arrest*

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  1. Loveandpeace

    Loveandpeace Active Member

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    I’d like to know when B used the iPad to do some google searching. Those searches alone would not be done by an innocent person. I can’t wait until they bring this up!!
     
  2. Via Marple

    Via Marple Here to learn how devious minds work

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    Es
    Especially if the searches were before the day of 'disappearance'!
     
  3. tmar

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    You don't think the motive, of money, insurance, super, Karen's inheritance, can be a premeditated action for murder!
     
  4. tmar

    tmar Well-Known Member

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    It may not have been accidental, in either case.
     
  5. tmar

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    After, OK also: how do I cover this up!
     
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  6. sosocurious

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    If your phone is idle and just sitting in your home. Does the connection to towers change?
    Or does it stay connected to the one tower until you are on the move?
     
  7. Via Marple

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    IMO the leniency of manslaughter convictions put so much more pressure on prosecution to prove murder. How could one take an innocent life so casually, and without remorse afterwards, and do so much to cover up, get away with just a few years even if convicted with manslaughter? It just isn't right.
     
  8. tmar

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    Doesn't this indicate, Sarah is at home during the fight!:eek:
    If she is inferring, that her father had stated this, would BR use the word 'ballistic'? o_O
     
  9. tmar

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    Could it be Media, wondering where she was going: to get a story?
     
  10. tmar

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    Great post.
    I agree with many of your points.
     
  11. Trooper

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    One of Borce's big problems, ( among so many, some of which are insurmountable ) is his sworn claim and signed deposition, that he saw Karen leave the house with the words, ' I'm off to clear my head'.. and clutching the mysterious $850 he gave her.

    And this story he , and Sarah have stuck to, thru thick and thin, months of speculation, investigation, suspicion, determination and finally charged and the arrest for murder.

    And if he claims her death was accidental, then he is up for the transportation and hidden burial

    Further more, Borce is plonking around thru all this legal embroidery on the public bosom. Whatever his Legal Aid solicitors and barristers put to the court is all under the broad shoulders of publicly paid representation, and they are obliged to try everything to get their man the best of legal argument. Hence the ploy for a downgrade of charge to manslaughter.

    There is precedence of people being found guilty of murder without a body ever being found, one that springs to mind is Paul Wilkinson, Bradley Murdoch, and so on. Keli Lane.. it isn't an impossible wall for the prosecution to barrel on thru, the fact that the mechanics of Karen's death cannot be ascertained.

    The prosecutor will argue, and correctly, that the inability to name the method used to murder Karen in no way means there was no murder committed.

    It's a nice lot of legal filigree, the kind of thing the Supreme Court is equipped for and competent at unravelling.
     
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  12. tmar

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    Good point.
    The Prof didn't indicate if the bones were scattered, if other parts were missing also.
    Perhaps, to make more of a point, that this particular bone, was not present. This now, has more impact.

    An Edit: Defence did not ask the question!!!!!o_O: not wanting the answer, that skeleton was intact!o_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O
     
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  13. tmar

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    I agree here: financial motive
     
  14. madoodi

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    We still don't know which clothes, if any, KR was found in right?
     
  15. sosocurious

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    Just that she was shoeless.

    Ms Ristevski’s decomposed body was found shoeless between two logs in February last year.
    Broken bone a crucial clue in Karen’s death
     
  16. sosocurious

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    Just bringing Oona's post over from thread 10 - post 550.

    "um, and on the Wednesday morning, um, she just went upstairs, um, and then came downstairs and just went out through the garage, ahh, she might have just walked down the street or just to clear her head because that was the last thing she said to me, um, I’m gonna to go and clear my head, um, can’t do it here."




     
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  17. Didi1201

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    R's plan to cover up and muddy up the water is working fine, this creates a big problem if it goes on trial and jury needs to decide whether defendant is guilty or not.
    If SR cant be ruled out then how can jury find BR guilty?
    She could have easily done it before she left the house to go to school, after that BR plays sloppy and suspicious role to draw attention on himself, VR kinda does the same with his statements and behaviour.
     
  18. Puggle

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    Can't read due to no account.. herald

    Seems he squirreled away funds in a new account he set up 2 weeks before her murder..


    SMOKING GUN...!!!!

    Ohhh Borce!!!
     
  19. sleepinoz

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    Ristevski family’s ‘constant struggle’

    A FORENSIC accountant says he “has no idea” why Borce Ristevski set up a second company to receive funds from his struggling clothing boutique in the months before his wife went missing.

    Gerard Curtin from Victoria Police was tasked with investigating the financial situation of Mr Ristevski, his wife Karen and the couple’s store, Bella Bleu, after Ms Ristevski’s disappeared in June, 2016.

    At a committal hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today, Mr Curtin said Bella Bleu “had serious cash flow issues” and could not cover “rent, wages and stock”.

    “You’ll see there was a constant struggle,” he told the court.
     
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    Can anyone get this one


    Category: | Herald Sun...

    21 mins ago - BORCE Ristevski squirrelled business revenue into a new bank account set up a fortnight before police claim he killed his wife Karen, a court ...
     
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