Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #34

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  1. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    It just that the search for William was said to be thorough in the first instance. Photos of divers, reports of cadaver dogs being used, etc. I know it could be a possibility that William was missed but it seems so unlikely. Also, what a tragedy if that was the case and his loved ones have ‘not known’ for nearly four years. Whatever the outcome, yes, they need to bring their boy home. They need to know.
     
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    It seems like the Strikeforce are poking their tongues out at the coroner with this search. Like, "hmmm, you're not convinced that the initial searches are enough to prove he wasn't in the area? OK, give me 50 men, shovels and chainsaws and a month and we'll raise the area if you're not convinced!"

    So to that end, the motivation for the search seems to me to be cynical. Maybe NC is under the impression that the police are looking for WT in this search.
     
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    I read but can’t confirm that the search was initiated by a fresh tip off
     
  4. Freddo Frog

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    How deluded can NC be if she thinks that the money being spent on this 4 week operation is simply a waste of time??? I am sure the police go about on junkets, spending taxpayer's money, just for the heck of it, just to get their faces on tv and in the paper (insert hysterical laughing emoji here). She truly is a drumstick short of a family bucket...
     
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    I am sure I read that somewhere today, too.
     
  6. 1968

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    Maybe what they are trying to do is defininitively rule OUT the possibility that little William has just wondered off into the bush and become lost, and was then somehow overlooked. Perhaps the coroners office have suggested this so when it does end up in the coroners court the coroner can
    focus their efforts on the most likely possibility i.e. human intervention and all but rule out misadventure.
     
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    Agree, and the red tape they would have to go though to be able to search.

    It's not a waste of time.
     
  8. Freddo Frog

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    I typed "william tyrrell search new tip off" into Google and came up with heaps of recent articles that mention tip off in the blurb under the link, but when I click on the article I can't find any reference to a tip off. Maybe I'm reading something wrong somewhere?

     
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    She makes me mad, madder than MS makes me right now.
     
  10. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    It’s the ‘woman’ in a men’s prison that concerns me.....anyway that’s off topic.

    Royal Caribbean?
     
  11. Bohemian

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    Try ‘new lead’ or ‘new suspect’. There was some talk about those terms on Tuesday night on WS, I think (in previous thread).
     
  12. Hbayne

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    Same, a new tip off over the weekend and also a possible new suspect. Well there has been so suspects to date only POI’s . Has someone’s Poi status been upgraded to suspect
     
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    IMO the “tip off” was misinterpreted from the media saying that they had been tipped off about the search over the weekend, but were cooperating with NSW Police in not releasing reports until the day before the search was set to start.
     
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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    For us Bo

    Just you and me.
     

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    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Yes, 1968. I think the reason it’s been termed as a ‘forensic’ search pertains more to a court of law (ie; coronial or criminal). Ruling things out.
     
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    Love your work tgy x
     
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    I remember that from Ten’s News at 5 on Tuesday. Reporter said they were tipped off about the search on Sunday.
     
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    Oh for heaven's sake. Many of us who have been here since Day 1 have shared our light-hearted collective crush on GJ in the past. Humour in the darkest hours has a very beneficial human place. Bo was absolutely in no way minimising the tragedy of William. For the record, I'm happily married but would welcome GJ's shoes under my bed anytime. Humour. Take that as you will.
     
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    Coroner overseeing the search is about quality certification IMHO

    It was like, we have done it before. This time they have documented the search area with mapping to show what was there etc and they have documented the mapping.

    Dot the i's cross the t's so to speak.

    Here is the mapping, this is where we searched. Every square inch.

    Initial searches were not mapped formally I would say.
    A surveyor that documents the search area.

    This search was done with quality control process search attached according 'procedure'.
     
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  20. Bohemian

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    And police officers conducting it (with assistance from SES volunteers clearing the way) would also ensure chain of custody if any evidence is found, yes?
     
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