Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall NSW, 12 Sept 2014 - # 3

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  1. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    The article I saw called it a 'bank card' IIRC. So I think it was a debit card. Since he was doing a bit of business that day, I assume he would use the bank card to keep track of any expenses he could claim.
     


  2. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    Right, but it was tacked on to the end of his meet up with his wife for coffee, which was right when WT went missing.
     
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    A small coffee is usually $4.50, and cake is $6-$10 a slice. If they got two large coffees and something each to eat it would be around $20.
     
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    yep and it was beginning of school vacation so you could imagine that it was a late morning school assembly and then early dismissal ((guessing)).....
     
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    Yes MSM is 'mainstream media'..
    And yes, the privacy laws are same here.. however, if there might happen to be a case involving injury or death or disappearance of a child in foster care, MSM is ALL over that story.. mostly because it is ironic if a child is taken from its natural parent to be protected and then something happens while in that protection.. it makes good headlines and sells newspapers. So even if WT was in foster care, and even if they shrouded both the bio and the foster parents in secrecy, wouldnt' there still be tons of talk about the boy being in 'foster care' when this occurred and the foster care having failed him or something? In this case, the child *has* been named.

     
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    I wonder if they've changed the article as I can't see anything about his van being spotted ?

     
  7. katydid23

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    wow. It is very expensive there. I thought California was bad. My daughter just spent 10 days in Sydney and said it was very pricey. She was really surprised. Her vacation pictures were beautiful though.
     
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    Hi everyone,

    I've been reading the media stories with great interest (and sadness of course), my thoughts in dot-points (because I'm very naughty and posting at work):

    - Raids and the subsequent removal of possible evidence are not carried out without a warrant and evidence presented to a court. There has to be something that prompted this and I don't just mean the tip to Crime Stoppers. I mean something very incriminating that in isolation wouldn't warrant charges but the collection of evidence would.

    - The guys identity would NOT be released to the media without a reason by Police (I like the 'shaking the tree' analogy by another poster)

    - I've followed many crimes where Police are starting to close in and allow the suspect to speak to the media. Apparently Detectives glean a lot of information from media interviews that the suspect hadn't previously disclosed in Police interviews. I believe he has spoken to the media today. Criminals are brazen characters .... if my home was raided and I no definite involvement, the public shame alone would have sent me underground (I would not be speaking to the media - I'd want to hide from the world)

    - He has been interviewed twice before.

    So, my hinky meter is leaning towards that they are closing in on this guy. I think there are two possible scenarios, the horrible 'p' crime against a child or the Seddings are somehow connected to this boy and wanted him back.
     
  9. bearbear

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    yes i agree and hopefully its the latter scenario
     
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    It is understood in the days after William disappeared, and as hundreds of volunteers searched for the toddler in surrounding bushland, Mr Spedding's work whitegoods van was spotted in the Kendall street outside William's grandmother's home.

    It sat alone among police and emergency services cars.

    Police have said Mr Spedding, a carer to three grandchildren, is not a suspect in William's disappearance.

    - See more at: http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-...en-at-tyrell-search.html#sthash.TtliDySe.dpuf
     
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    If he's spoken to the media will he not address why his van was in the street days later? I guess we will find out on the evening news tonight.
     
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    Coldpizza Retired WS Staff

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    New thread coming up folks
     
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    Wondering how much LE has checked into BS's biological children. They would have access to his property, home etc. Only speculation on my part and I think it has been mentioned before but just wanted to throw it out there after the news about the coffee shop.*
     
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    He then went to the Buzz Cafe for a coffee with his wife in Laurieton before he went to an awards ceremony for his grandson at a primary school across the road, Colin said.

    Cafe staff say detectives have visited the eatery twice in the past few days as they attempt to verify Mr Spedding's movements.

    Colin said he had downloaded a copy of Mr Spedding's bank card statement which showed a purchase at the cafe about 10am on September 12.

    - See more at: http://www.skynews.com.au/news/nati...-to-missing-toddler.html#sthash.YQtTI43e.dpuf
     
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