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. papertrail

    papertrail Well-Known Member

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    Could you please explain what you mean?
     
  3. Thebottomline

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    Can’t see which part you’ve BBM
     
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    I think if it was that easy we’d see a hell of a lot more of it going on everywhere and none of us that own a mobile phone are safe. I recently lost my father and tried to access his phone but without a password it’s Fort Knox , hours spent with apple trying. I don’t buy it’s that easy.
     
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    Sounds a bit too Maxwell Smart for this case.

    KISS ... keep it simple Sam.

    This is an abduction and complete disappearance of a gorgeous little boy, not the kidnapping of the PM of Australia. imo

    But each theory to its own. I personally cant buy into something so complex over a 3 year old boy who was not heir to a fortune or anything like that.
     
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    Just a tad, one of many colourful theories we’ve heard
     
  7. papertrail

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    Messages posted to MFC from a male friend show MFC was not security conscious prior to the abduction.
     
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    Link please. How can you state here that as fact to be ptivvy to Mfc messages
     
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    There's Wrong .. and then there's Wrong .. .IMO. And I think I get where you're coming from Froggy. It's just a gut feeling - I hope & pray for the right answers .
     
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    Hey Froggy - have you ever considered a career in 'script writing' ?
     
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    reading about some of the apps available you only need a persons ph number, send them a photo or link to open and once they do its installed in their phone
     
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    This is truly heartbreaking.
    I’d have thought there’d be someone, in amongst the various departments involved, that would have appointed some actual support and assisted supports to access legal guidance to the BD & BM.
    Via a support worker, or the lady who fought to have their names released?
    If absolutely no supports were offered this is a disgrace.
    I heard every bit of BD’s trauma and pain in this article. I hope he has healthy emotional support surrounding him.
     
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    * Jubelin will be called as a witness at the inquest
    * He will be questioned by counsel for various poi's. Some keen to cross examine him about his methods.
    * He will be questioned about his intense focus on one time poi BS, ahead of other possible leads.
    * All historical charges laid against BS have been dismissed or dropped and he is considering taking action for malicious prosecution.
    * The ffc has never been considered suspects. Nor has the mfc who told police he was absent from the house at the time of the disappearance.
    * Jubelin focused his attention on local man PS. Both PS and BS have denied any involvement.
    * Tension between detectives on the case reached boiling point when 2 officers had a physical confrontation about where resources were going.
    * It is understood he is accused of recording a conversation with PS without a warrant.

    NoCookies | The Australian
    William Tyrrell inquest to grill axed detective over his ‘method
     
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    I guess this is one of the reasons why people are warned repeatedly never to open a link from an unknown source? jmo.
     
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    Very interesting...GJ media releases always seemed to be reaching out to a particular someone, "If you are protecting someone" etc etc...so that has me thinking is the unnamed POI to be called an associate or more so a relative of PS.

    On Wednesday the 25th June, 10 daily done an exclusive with PS, he said some interesting word's, I can't get the link as I've only been able to find the segment via 10play app.
    Could someone help me on how I could get the link plz?

    Because I can't link atm this will have to be IMO
     
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    So, the article says that Jubes had an initial focus on Spedding. Then that focus changed to Savage somewhere along the line.

    And Spedding's lawyer has evidently requested that he be able to ask questions of Jubes about his initial focus on Spedding.

    I read last night (I think it was in the piece that JLZ linked about inquests) that the lawyers cannot just ask questions of a witness whenever they want to in an inquest. That a witness cannot be cross examined. If the information has already been covered by counsel assisting the Coroner, then that's it.
     
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    IMO it is very possible that police support was offered to the BP. Neither of them appears to be real big on 'authority' so it may be that it was refused or negated (or not remembered).

    A police support person not only acts as support. They are also useful for police in forming a relationship with the victim's loved ones - that relationship being useful if things that could be related to the case are remembered or revealed by the loved ones, later on ... after their initial statements.
     
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    IMO that article is a bit over the top. GJ would have to be called as a witness anyway, and it would be natural for other legal reps to question him.
     
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    The post was in reply to another poster. Please see their post for context.
     
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    There is nothing in the article that sounds unusual to me, either.

    Jubes would have been trying to eliminate POIs one by one as normal.
    First eliminating the FF, as stated, then somewhere along the line trying to eliminate Spedding, then later trying to eliminate Savage.

    Of course, there would many others in between who would have been eliminated as POIs (including the BP).
    Perhaps the persons mentioned were the 'biggest' ones to look at by the person in charge of the investigation. Start at home and then work outwards, the way all/most investigations are conducted.
     
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