Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #41

Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by Coldpizza, Sep 11, 2016.

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  1. mussopossum

    mussopossum Well-Known Member

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    I am not sure if i read that the FGM was not well and was the reason that some of her facts changed / differed slightly. Was this at inquest? Or one those things unconfirmed that I have read somewhere in groups? I wont advise the illness that comes to mind as I cannot back it up with confirmed link or information but I did think that it was mentioned she was not well at the time. I could be again incorrect.
     
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    papertrail Former Member

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    Thankyou. Sounds like there may have been family assisting with the difficult process of selling a house and moving on after the death of a spouse and the disappearance of sweet William.
     
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    papertrail Former Member

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    From memory in latest podcast FFC talks of her mother's age and the reason for photographing the children at Kendall with FGM for the childrens' memory albums.

    From memory again I believe FFC also revealed FGM had been hospitalized and was in recovery in 2014 during a couple of very early documentaries.

    A very stressful year for FGM and her family.

    I don't believe there has been much released about FGM accounts of the day excepting for the partial police statement released in the media after the Inquest started. From memory I believe the Coroner had released the Statement. There is nothing to compare what FGM stated for any anomalies or differences to show.

    However there are (currently) inexplicable differences in what FFC has said over the years. I am sure all will be revealed eventually why this has occurred. The main difference amongst many for me is she stated that no one knew of the familys' travel to Kendall on the 11th as it was a surprise. It was revealed at Inquest by FFC and widely discussed on WS , that her testimony revealed that FGM had been told about the early arrival on 11th instead of the 12th as was preplanned. And others may have been told like the child minding centre and the cat boarding facility and perhaps a few other people as discussed upthread recently. I believe there are links upthread that contain what I have raised.
     
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    papertrail Former Member

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    A total invasion of privacy. And then there are photos of the property continually being publized in the media and social media as well.

    I often wondered how new owners would cope especially if they had young children or grandchildren that may visit.

    The disappearance of a 3yo child from the property would always be front of mind.
     
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    papertrail Former Member

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    Can you provide a link please that shows the well dressed man being discounted by police?

    I have always considered that if MFC was doing a business based Skype he would be well dressed for the occasion. I also considered if he was not used to driving in the area being a city based person he may have become slightly disoriented and asked for directions back to Benaroon.

    The police later finding this well dressed man was indeed the MFC and discounted the report as not being important after all.
     
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    kiwi50 Well-Known Member

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    I’m sure the.MFC would have no problem at all finding his way to Benaroon Drive, its not like it was his first visit. He had probably been there many times before in the last 10 years.
    As to being well dressed I dont imagine he took too many smart clothes for a casual weekend at his MILs, he’d probably only have been seen from the neck up on Skype.
    I wouldnt expect a colleague to be smartly dressed for a Skype call if I knew they were on holiday.
     
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    Yeah I think at the most a collared shirt would have been acceptable attire. After all it was a ‘casual Friday’.
     
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    sillybilly WS Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Please continue discussion at Thread #42.

    This thread is now closed.
     
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