Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #43

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  1. mussopossum

    mussopossum Well-Known Member

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    I wonder if it was to late to track his phone pings from that day? How long is that data accessible to a provider in terms of years?
     
  2. JLZ

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    TB and his lawyer could be seeking immunity to prosecution for the fraud as a condition of him saying anything about that day to the inquest. The coroner could be waiting to see what comes to light from other witnesses before deciding whether to grant the exemption. I suspect TB has claimed exemption on grounds of self-incrimination but his crime isn't necessarily related to William. It will be disappointing if he gets the exemption and then knows nothing helpful.
     
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    Two years. Telco's must retain metadata for two years.

    Though we cannot be sure of when the investigation into Donohoe first started. Just because his van etc weren't searched until August 2018 does not mean they were not investigating him earlier.
    They need reasonable cause to get a search warrant ... police can't just say "We want to search this guy's property".
    Perhaps the forensic search in July 2018, or tips that came in at that time, gave police the reasonable cause.
     
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    Given he was arrested a few day later, could it be?:

    - missed as assumed In prison at the time
    - unable to interview without disrupting procedures of the current case he was charged
    - trying to get more information, knowing he was locked up and they had more time.


    Imo
     
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    You would think he’d have raised huge red flag to his boss and fellow employees at service station after his creepy behaviour.
    The stamp thing is creepy.
     
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    Be interesting to see release dates and how they fit in with the search and noise around 2018.
     
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  8. mussopossum

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    All creepy to me IMO
     
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  9. mussopossum

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    So if it was in fact left till last year there is no hope for phone telco evidence we are only down to really witnesses. Even if he was on the job that day, teh amount NBN contractors I see around here in the streets working i wouldnt be able to tell you what day they were there and what they looked like either
     
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    Very likely the telco records would have been expunged by August 2018. However, if police did get his mobile phone(s) and/or laptop in the search there could be forensic evidence on them (if there is any evidence to be had).
    Even when deleted, info is often retained deep inside the device. The experts know how to look for it.
     
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    WS is very slow again today. Seems to be most days, lately. :(
     
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    WS is very slow again today. Seems to be most days, lately. :(

    Apologies for the double post. An having all sorts of problems with WS, including not being able to thank at times. So a big thank you too contributors.
     
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    I think they would be able to get his pings, not sure if that's the same as metadata, but they were able to get Daniel Holdom's pings to use in court for murdering Karlie Pearce Stevenson and they were from many years before.
     
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    Well there is the link between chickens in the van and chicken bones...
    IMOO
     
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    Something I was wondering is, if it is a forged signature, why would they forge a signature of someone supposedly not authorised to sign the timesheets?
     
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    IMO, the fact that he refused to talk during the interview is extremely suspicious. Especially because on the day he was allegedly helping in the SES search...
    Them showing this footage in court is very significant.
    IMOO
     
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    Probably had no idea IMO.
     
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    DBM Double Post
     
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  20. Ms Cadfael

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    Yeh agree. Just because someone is rat cunning..doesn't mean they're smart!
     
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