OK I will be more gullible than usual for a moment.I wonder what sister had to say about the car.
We often wondered (in the past) if they had been working with a memory expert.
"William’s sister Lindsay spotted the car as she was riding her bike, saying to her foster mother, “who’s that car, mummy?”
The foster mother says she looked up and saw a dark green-grey sedan drive past her mother’s house and into the next-door neighbour’s driveway. She says the car nosed into the driveway before turning around and driving back down the street."
(From The Australian article you linked earler.)
The car really did exist! Williams sister even pointed out this car to FFC and she remembers the car in great detail (some time later) and even remembering that the driver was overweight!
Umm. Hold the phone for a second... You see a suspicious car out the front after your 5 year old daughter has pointed this out to you and you still let a 3 year old boy wander out to where this car was a short time later, unsupervised and alone?
I am not buying this story.
If this changed story that she remembered some time later was true then the FFC was even more negligent than I originally thought.