Also in the article, great question: bbmAlthough interestingly, GJ also says this in his new book … as per the same article ….
And, in a claim not previously disclosed publicly, on page 259 of Badness, Jubelin says the foster mother 'then got out and ran around, apparently looking around for the three-year-old'.
Was this near the former disabled riding school site at Kendall, where police stated last year she merely stopped the car, possibly 'threw an item out of the window' and then turned back, deciding 'William wouldn't have travelled this far'?
Which we haven’t heard before about the Batar Creek Area that was searched ….
From its opening page, ex-cop Gary Jubelin's new book Badness, is more about himself than its premise of examining evil, with him railing against the police who took over the William Tyrrell case.www.dailymail.co.uk
So why was it kept secret from the public and not examined at the inquest, and not mentioned in the foster grandmother's detailed police crime scene walk-through?
In the foster mother's testimony under questioning by counsel assisting the inquest, Gerard Craddock, she was led through the immediate aftermath of William's disappearance, in Benaroon Drive with two women neighbours, before the foster father's arrival back home.
From its opening page, ex-cop Gary Jubelin's new book Badness, is more about himself than its premise of examining evil, with him railing against the police who took over the William Tyrrell case.