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

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  1. Ms Cadfael

    Ms Cadfael Well-Known Member

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    Ahh yes. Its a speech convertor error. The puter obviously misheard what it transcribed.
    Good find!
     
  2. sleepinoz

    sleepinoz Well-Known Member

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    Messages are one thing - an article like that is a whole different thing. o_Oo_O:oops::oops::eek::eek: Not great reporting at all.
     
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  3. deugirtni

    deugirtni Well-Known Member

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    Police would have (presumably) obtained 'ping data'/cellphone tower info from the area surrounding W's disappearance at the time... so if they had that data all along, and then say 4 years later a suspect comes into focus, if said suspect has the same phone available from 4 years ago, would it be able to be matched to the cell-tower info police already had?
     
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    deugirtni Well-Known Member

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    That danged Aussie accent!
     
  5. sleepinoz

    sleepinoz Well-Known Member

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    Speak for yourself :p:p We don't have an accent :D:D
     
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    He may have been suspicious of Donahoe after coming across him previously, and was just checking to see if he was anywhere around that morning. Maybe he had more than a hunch, perhaps the recorded calls with Jubelin, were Jubelin trying to get him to make a formal statement.

    Who knows why he wont, maybe scared, he may not know enough to be in the running for a reward, or it might be meaningless to him at this point. He might just want a peaceful life.

    I may have egg all over my face on Monday, but PS has always been my least likely POI.
     
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    SA Peter Crabb went to a neighbours pool he knew of in Ellendale cres.
     
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    Poor reporting, maybe.
    I am looking forward to hearing, who and what gets a mention in those 4 recorded messages.

    What happened to the chickens?:D
     
  9. SouthAussie

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    Well, it is an area of concern for police ... that they can only obtain ping data relatively quickly. For example, ping data was used to track down Belgian terrorists fleeing through Europe over a period of time. It can be very important to many people's safety.

    So, yes, I could see an astute police authority obtaining as much recorded ping data as was available very quickly. Then retaining it.
    Let's hope this was done quickly in William's case, and wasn't one of the bones of contention between the Sydney police and the local authorities.

    I must say, I am very curious as to why the search warrant for Donohoe stated that they could search his phones. Old phone vs new phone? Or multiple phones at the same time?
     
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  10. drsleuth

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    There were a few audible chuckles in court the other day when we heard about, first the candle, than the stamp, then the chickens!!! :eek:
     
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    Lol...you think ours is bad....you should hear the Kiwis talk.....J/J to the NZ members here.
     
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    In the first article- is the fire trail located 21kms from where William went missing?
    TIA
     
  13. deugirtni

    deugirtni Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if I'd be able to discern the difference (didn't know there was one!). Will have to take a listen to a NZ broadcast somewhere?
     
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    I wonder if he kept the chooks in the boxes,wondering again if he looked for places to let them have a pick,how often did he bring them to work is another question.
     
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    SouthAussie Well-Known Member

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    Yes. Off in a NE direction from Kendall.
     
  16. RubyHill

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    There is a BIG difference..believe me.
     
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  17. SouthAussie

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    Well, the NZers count one, two, three, four, five, sux ....
    And they also eat fush and chups.
     
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  18. deugirtni

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    Wasn't it said that this Donohoe fellow was also somewhat developmentally challenged? That could explain some of these oddities? His lawyer had clearly advised him to remain silent during any police questioning.. which the man took with extreme literalism, I mean.. who would refuse to even confirm their name? A person of perhaps more normal intelligence might confirm the obvious basics, and then simply keep repeating 'my lawyer has advised me not to answer questions', or something to that effect.
     
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    It would also be interesting to know if he worked at the servo on the Thursday 11th - the evening shift??? Giving him “reason” to have been sleeping in his van that night making him possibly there Friday morning???

    If he arrived with SES personnel in a car in time for the 4pm briefing , and given that he usually worked the afternoon shift.... it is also likely that he did not work that day ... (at the Servo)
    as he stated in inquest that the search was from approx 4pm till midnight... “he was exhausted” and was working the next day.. so possibility he did work the afternoon shift on the Sunday at the servo...

    Have they asked the SES personnel with whom he arrived in the car for the search , where they picked him up from?? And what time did they arrange to pick him up ??

    Thinking behind this ... or possible theory if you like..... ?? if he was in Kendall Friday morning, and was back in Taree by the afternoon to be picked to arrive at 4pm there are 4hours between roughly 11am and 3pm ... . plenty of time

    Just MO thoughts and questions... no accusations..
     
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    But we love them anyway :) right Kiwi :)
     
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