GUILTY Australia - Khandalyce Pearce (Wynarka) and Karlie Pearce-Stevenson (Belanglo) #11

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  1. Tomsyd

    Tomsyd Keep clear of delusional oddballs

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    DH thought the child was his, HP told him it wasn't in 2011, that was part of the reason they broke up, he was devastated, she was cruel.
     
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    Tomsyd Keep clear of delusional oddballs

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  3. Bohemian

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    There doesn’t seem to be any problem my end, Tom. Here’s a link for the written Judgement:

    R v Holdom - NSW Caselaw
     
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    Two life sentences without parole. What a heinous case!
     
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    Tomsyd Keep clear of delusional oddballs

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    The car involved in the accident was a hire car from Alice Springs and DH was on a cocktail of drugs which I thought would have canceled out any insurance but I could be wrong as she obviously got the money when she sued.
     
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    If DH had not only gotten probation for the accident with 2 dead and 1 severely injured, Karlie and Khandalyce could be alive today. IMO
     
  7. JLZ

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    Just sort of guessing, but I think the insurer would pay compensation to the victim and then try to recover that by suing the drug-affected driver. Providing he had some assets to make it worthwhile.
     
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    Khandalyce would be 13 this year.
     
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    :eek:
     
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    60 Minutes this Sunday. There is a video attached to tweet but I can't bring it over.

    60 Minutes Australia‏Verified account @60Mins 49m49 minutes ago
    A mother and daughter mysteriously vanish. Their bodies are discovered five years, and over 1,000 kilometres apart in Australia’s biggest murder investigation. Now, go inside the crime that stunned the nation. What was really inside this suitcase? 8.30 Sunday on #60Mins.
     
  11. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    60 Minutes: How police uncovered one of Australia's most sadistic killers
    Abo reveals the extraordinary police investigation across two states that led detectives to uncover one of the Australia’s most sadistic killers.

    A massive police investigation was then able to connect the two crime scenes and ultimately catch Holdom, the monster responsible for the murders.

    Former detective Clive Small, who caught notorious serial killer Ivan Milat in the Belanglo forest, says there are haunting similarities between the backpacker murders and the killing of Karlie and Khandalyce.

    “I’ve seen some pretty notorious murders over my time but really this takes the cake,” Small tells 60 Minutes.



    60 Minutes: How police found one of Australia's most sadistic killers
     
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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    The images were beamed across the country. And in the Northern Territory, Tanya Webber was one of the many who saw the news reports. She stared at the little girl’s pink dress, examining it at length. She’d seen it before. She had to delve deep into her memory before she realised why the garment was familiar. She’d seen her best friend’s granddaughter, Khandalyce Pearce, running around her Alice Springs lounge room wearing the very dress, seven years earlier.
    But Tanya didn’t want to believe the dress belonged to Khandalyce, she didn’t want to believe that Khandalyce – who she called Khandles – was the little girl in the suitcase. But she couldn’t shake the image from her mind, and in a vain attempt to allay her fears, she called Crime Stoppers.

    Tanya was caller 1267 and after months with no answers, detectives finally had their breakthrough.
    How a Crime Stoppers call unlocked the mystery of the 'Angel of Belanglo'
     
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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    I remember sleuthing the little tutu and we saw that it was a common little dress from, IIRC Cotton On and it was an absolute long shot that this woman Tanya recognised the little pink dress and called Crimestoppers. Well done Tanya for caring enough to be number 1267 caller.
     
  18. Champaign

    Champaign Champaign is just a twist on Champagne

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    Truly truly vile and shocking. I notice her FB is still up
     
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    It was someone in Adelaide who recognized the material patterns on the quilt that pieced it together. The 60mins story was not entirely accurate but i guess close enough
     
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