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

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  1. SouthAussie

    SouthAussie Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I think that could apply ... if, for example, a person furnished an alibi for someone and knew full well that the someone was not with them at the time when and where they said they were.

    The charge brought against [the accused] is that [he/she] assisted [the principal offender] after [he/she] committed the crime of [nature of crime] and gave that assistance with knowledge that [the principal offender] had committed that crime.

    I guess the kicker would be whether the alibi-provider knew that the someone had committed the crime. Or if the alibi-provider was covering because the someone had said "I didn't do it, but I can't prove where I was and they will come after me because of that".

    Then maybe the alibi-provider might visit a clairvoyant, just to be sure that the someone did not do the crime. Then the alibi-provider could convince his/herself that he/she was not acting as an accessory. :rolleyes:
     
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    SouthAussie Well-Known Member

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    Gary Jubelin on Ch7 Sunrise again right now. Speaking from the search site, where they are just resuming their work.

    "I want to prove conclusively to a court that William's disappearance was not the result of misadventure."

    To me, that is a very clear statement. Preparing to charge someone, or haul them before an inquest.

    He was asked about the toy. It will be forensically tested.
     
  4. gregjrichards

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    Paedophile ring horror, alleged sightings of little boys in Spiderman suits and camera crews clogging normally sleepy country streets.

    Welcome to Kendall, population 863, which has been haunted by the disappearance of three-year-old William Tyrrell since September 2014.

    The New South Wales mid north coast hamlet once again became the focus of the police investigation into the toddler's disappearance on Thursday.

    Inside the town haunted by William Tyrrell's disappearance | Daily Mail Online
     
  5. sosocurious

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    Brendan Collins has searched in vain. Digging in bushland with a shovel since his release from Silverwater prison 2 weeks ago.

    I tried to run away with William when he was 9 months old. We were happy, just him and me until docs took him.

    Brendan is living at Marylands Newcastle with his mother Natalie.

    We’re for Sydney | Daily Telegraph
     
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    I was the first person the police came looking for, I wasn’t with William when he went missing, he was with his foster carers in Port Macquarie,” Mr Collins said.
    What a slap in the face, I was at home in Granville. I am still furious.

    Brendan believes harm came to William in the lead up to his kidnapping.

    We’re for Sydney | Daily Telegraph
     
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    I’m clean and off ice - I don’t even smoke cigarettes when I’m stressed anymore. Jail was self inflicted.

    William was removed around the age of eight months and placed with the foster care family with whom he was living when he was abducted from a quiet cul-de-sac in the NSW mid north coast town of Kendall, at his foster grandmother’s home.

    We’re for Sydney | Daily Telegraph

    So Brendan says he was with William for 7 weeks on his own when he was 9 months.
    So that kind of clears up - William must have been taken from the foster parents a month after placement.
     
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    32B071FE-E298-44CF-846E-144E1B39C35F.jpeg

    Dozens of State Emergency Service volunteers are assisting police this morning in the search for missing NSW boy William Tyrrell.

    The group of volunteers arrived just before 9am at the Kendall search site on Benaroon Drive, 36km south of Port Macquarie, where the toddler disappeared from his foster grandmother’s home in September, 2014.

    Nocookies

    This photo gives you an idea of how dense the bush land is. A very difficult job physically and mentally.
     
  9. Morrisa

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    Thanks for putting these up Soso, as they are paywalled.
     
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    Hi all. I haven't posted in ages, but have been reading all the great posts. I read an article this morning about the toy being found in bushland, and agree with many previous posts about Jubelin seeming to send some type of message.

    "Based on the original search and from our investigation its reasonable to draw conclusion that William's disappearance was result of human intervention and not misadventure," said Detective Jubelin.

    "[But] I don't want this interpreted that the investigation is coming to an end," Detective Jubelin said. "We are very mindful that it's over 3.5 years since William disappeared and we haven't solved this matter.

    "We are going to continue on until we do."

    Someone watching this will be uncomfortable
    [​IMG]

    Toy found in bush, police prepare for day two of William Tyrrell search
     
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    Does anybody know what the toy is? Or have they not said
     
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    “I’ve been out looking for you with a shovel digging in bushland … I know there’s no point,” Collins told the newspaper.
    Toy found in search for William
     
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    They have not said what the toy is.
    Just that a toy was found.
     
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    Hi SA
    Thanks for the above info. What about pervert the cause of justice even ? It has long sentence. It also mentions omission ?
    ETA - just throwing out option ideas for charges. And curious on thoughts

    CRIMES ACT 1900 - SECT 319 General offence of perverting the course of justice
     
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    Great article, Soso!

    "It will also make the person police suspect abducted William very, very uncomfortable, Insp Jubelin told A Current Affair on Wednesday night.

    He believes William’s abductor has already come under the investigation’s radar, and the new search, combined with the million dollar reward on offer and the intense media interest would mean “the person involved in this, I am certain” would be feeling “a great deal of pressure”.

    “And I think the people around that person would be suspicious of their behaviour under pressure.” Insp Jubelin added.

    “And we make no excuse for it. I want that person to feel under pressure.”

    Toy found in search for William
     
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    About 50 specialised officers marched into the scrub about 8am on Thursday, joined by SES and Rural Fire Service members.

    Over the next four weeks, police will comb 16 sections of bushland, going sector by sector.

    Residents in the quiet Kendall street, where a large police presence and media contingency has set up, are keeping an eye on activity from the verandahs of their homes while getting on with day-to-day life.
    Many are reluctant to talk to media.

    NSW search for Tyrrell evidence ramps up | PerthNow
     
  18. gregjrichards

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    If William had a toy with him when he was taken would it not have leaked by now? I guess the kidnapper could have used a toy to lure him. I’m trying not to get my hopes raised with the toy it could be unrelated. I wonder where it was located.
     
  19. Bohemian

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    William may have had a toy with him at the time of his disappearance but police did not release that information for operational reasons.
     
  20. sosocurious

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    Yes operational reasons Bo.
    If Jube's and team feel it is appropriate to start at the start.
    What turned up in the first search for a little boy lost. That may not have seemed significant at the time?
    Wasn't it said a camp site was found in the bush. Wonder what came of that?
     
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