NOTGUILTY Australia - Warriena Wright, 26, dies in balcony fall, Surfers Paradise, Aug 2014 #11

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  1. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    'The court heard he had been treated by a psychiatrist since 2009 for “insecure social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and depression”. He also had a history of attention deficit disorder.

    She commented that he seemed to have "quarantined” himself from what had happened the night Warriena Wright died. But it would not last long.'

    Sheesh!
     


  2. SouthAussie

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    I wonder what the jury is thinking now. Now that they are learning about his:

    Fake ID scheme, netting them $30,000
    His four DUIs
    His highrange drunk dangerous driving conviction, endangering the public and his passengers
    His violently kicking a police officer

    On top of all the seedy, grubby recording behaviour and denigration of women on the bodybuilding forum.

    Such a travesty that background and patterns of behaviour cannot be introduced in trials.
     
  3. CleverKnot

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    From the same article if you use the swipe time line.

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    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...h/news-story/6a0f3ac4abdb1871dbadc877a2328bd2
     
  4. Bohemian

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    Most of them will need some post-trial trauma therapy IMO.
     
  5. Bohemian

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    Wut article? You didn't provide a link.
     
  6. Trooper

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    even a genius practitioner would be up against it, I reckon, Bo.. the rage that simmers in Gabe's (largeish and wobbly) bosom might stem from a deep and intense desire to actually be a woman. I have often gone over Baden-Clay stuff and thought the same.. All the posturing as a mighty stud , with the only measurement being quantity, the utter determination to demand that women believe them, or die, the relentless fantasy world they live in, and insist everyone else lives in it along side them, praising, adoring, believing, agreeing, that final moment when the pretence inside cant be kept up and the woman refusing to play becomes lethal object to be murdered..

    Baden -clay will surprise us one day with his request of the Govt Minister to undergo transgender surgery at the State's expense.. it has all the elements Gerard desires, and , I believe, Gabe , also.. a need to spend other peoples money, the permanent need, like crack cocaine , for attention, the boredom with playing the part of the male, which neither of them have got right, there is some fundamental element of masculinity missing in the both of them, ,,


    There was a serial killer , in Melbourne, in Frankston, a youngish bloke, Paul Denehey.. he got in the mood to kill, and so he did, an intense campaign over a few days, he realised, ( whoda thunk? ) when sentenced to life without parole that he was in the wrong gender all this time, ( whoda thunk ? ) and the Victorian Govt should cough up and shout him the surgery to go along with the fixation. So they did. Now he spends a lot of his time, wandering around the prison yard, he was a loutish, ungraceful overweight puddingfaced man, and now he is ditto , a woman, nagging the Vic Govt every few years in court to be allowed to have hair spray, and lipstick and hot rollers.. I think he demanded to be issued with panty hose, all the usual games..

    But this is what I foresee for Gabe, ( and coincidentally, for Gerard) . .. he's had a lucky escape yesterday, but luck like that doesn't hold out for long, that is the cruelty of luck, generally..
     
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    Hi. I fell asleep waiting for verdict. Then I woke up this am and thread was locked. Panic attack. This is my first opportunity to say how disappointed I am at the verdict. How I hope they retry him. And to say that like OJ Simpson, his narcissism will get him in the end. Karma is a mean *****.

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  9. SouthAussie

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    How does this post ^^^ relate to Bohemian's post that you replied to? Perhaps it is just the desire to re-hash the crime?


     
  10. Bohemian

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    Here's something that may be of use for the 'Boorish Brah' creepers who lack basic commonsense:

    An Incomplete Guide to Not Creeping
     
  11. SouthAussie

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    We missed you yesterday. Someone asked where you were on the thread.
    He won't be re-tried, unless they find fresh and compelling new evidence, apparently.
     
  12. CleverKnot

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    Some theorized that he did something menacingly behind the glass to force her over the edge. Notice how she wasn't saying, "Get away from me".

    Some theorized that she was in total fear for her life. Notice how when the witness tells her she can't come down that way, she doesn't reply, "He's trying to kill me".

    Some theorized she was scared of what he might do next. Notice how when the witness tells her not to come down that way, she doesn't say, "He's going to kill me".

    I want to go home.

    Many have theorized she may have felt "imprisoned" on that balcony. It is equally plausible that being tossed on that balcony after being intimate, would make one feel "rejected".

    Abandoned.

    Humiliated.
     
  13. Bohemian

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    Nah, looking for another show trial against perceived cyber-bullies is my guess, SA.
     
  16. SouthAussie

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    Very apt closing to the Courier Mail article.


    Years later, a jury would pay attention to the words he’d say, to his emotional reactions to the death of a girl he’d watched fall from his *balcony.
    They’d wonder why, instead of being concerned for her, he’d ask: “Why? Why does this **** always happen to me?”


    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...h/news-story/6a0f3ac4abdb1871dbadc877a2328bd2
     
  17. CleverKnot

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    ^^^

    Example of what I was talking about. Called for, or uncalled for?
     
  18. asac

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    Well, that's because if, for example, you're presented with a person who is charged with robbing a bank and told that they were convicted of robbing a bank 8 years ago in a very similar manner then the average person is going to be predisposed to thinking they robbed this one too. What if it turns out they didn't?
     
  19. SouthAussie

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    Ahh ... well, that will be flogging a dead horse. The trial is over. Justice was not served. Warriena is still deceased. Tostee is free.
     
  20. SouthAussie

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    Thanks asac. Yes, I know why they do not allow it. But in case after case after case we see repetitive behaviour in front of the court, again. (Adrian Bayley is the first example that pops into my mind.)
    How many chances do these dangerous losers get? Very, very frustrating.
     
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