Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #44

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  1. sosocurious

    sosocurious Well-Known Member

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    But Mr Craddock SC told the court that the couple in question, Peter and Sherelle Crabbe, didn't recall seeing him.

    "They don't remember you speaking to them," Mr Craddock said.


    Mr Savage maintained that he did, in fact, speak to them.

    Mr Savage's evidence was interrupted on Thursday morning by technology issues.

    The Taree tranche of the inquest is due to hear evidence from washing machine repairman Bill Spedding, previously named as a person of interest in the ongoing investigation into William Tyrell's disappearance, and his wife Margaret this week.

    However, the inquest has faced extensive delays.
    https://www.smh.com.au/national/dis...iam-tyrrell-went-missing-20190822-p52jns.html
     
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  2. wewillgetyou

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    I’m not sure. It came though via my notifications and I glanced at it and thought that looks interesting. I answered a phone call at the same time and when I opened the tweet afterwards it was gone :(
     
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  3. JLZ

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    On the map of searchers, Heather was on the list of those present with respect to her own house. I can't say when that happened or what time she arrived back.
     
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  4. Angeline

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    Hmm... I'm starting to doubt that PS has a bad memory. This is the biggest missing person case in Australia. He lived right next door. He's been questioned by police over and over and over again. Surely he'd have the events of the day etched in his mind. What he did/saw/heard on the day is crucial and he knows it. How can he say, "I don't recall"? Fair enough, he could be getting hammered with questions about the day he's not been asked before, but by the sounds of it he's been mixing up his stories all along the investigation.
     
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    That’s good. I was worried it was all over in 24 hours
     
  6. Wexford

    Wexford Well-Known Member

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    Really don't know what to make of that information.
     
  7. SouthAussie

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    Some people are just chronic liars. They are only good if they remember their lies.

    There are WAY too many inconsistencies in his stories. Right from the get-go. And all the time he seems to be trying to point fingers elsewhere. imo

    Remember the weird comment, way back when, when he said something to the effect of "someone just grabbed him and took him off down the street" ... but he himself went UP the street to search for William. (Or did he go across the street from FGM's place to search in the bushland there first - another edition of his stories.)
     
  8. SouthAussie

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    Or being asked "if there was anything covering the luggage area in the car that would prevent anything inside from being seen through the window".
     
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    I also always found his comment way back about the neighbour moving away as the police freaked him out ( something along those lines) I always found it deflecting.
     
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    sosocurious Well-Known Member

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    Lia Harris‏Verified account @LiaJHarris 4h4 hours ago
    Mr Savage is asked to tell detectives exactly where he was when he saw the foster parents car across the road on the Thursday night before William disappeared. @10NewsFirst @10Daily

    Lia Harris‏Verified account @LiaJHarris 4h4 hours ago
    Mr Savage walked out of his house and up towards the street across his front lawn, pointing towards the foster grandmother’s house where he claimed he saw the foster parents car parked in the driveway. @10NewsFirst @10Daily

    So did he see the foster carers car after 9pm on the Thursday night?

    Is he someone that big notes himself? Never imagining where this was all going to end up.
     
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    I posted a while ago about whether PS was angry with children’s noise and had a snap. I noticed he was asked something today about being angered by their noise. IMO
     
  12. JLZ

    JLZ Well-Known Member

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    He took his long walk in the early morning, and then a shorter route for his search. In both cases he started by heading up the fire trail.
     
  13. JLZ

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    And that implies he also took an evening walk, at least on the Thursday.
     
  14. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    You mean that he was packing to go away for a couple of days and the car had extra stuff in it?
    Interesting thoughts.
     
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    purpleandgreen Well-Known Member

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    And as if he would've said 'yes'. Interesting most other things are a can't remember', or 'could have' or 'maybe' etc, but this was a definite no. Seems his memory is good when it's convenient. IMO
     
  16. SouthAussie

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    BBM

    I am not so sure about that ... and I don't know if Mr Craddock is either.

    Mr Savage told the inquest he went up the hill of Benaroon Drive first to search a neighbour's property.
    However Mr Craddock said in Mr Savage's 2014 police statement he had gone across the other side of the road from the foster grandmother's house.
    Neighbour's recollection of events questioned at Tyrrell inquest
     
  17. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    When I went to court my solicitor & barrister went over everything with me to make sure there were no discrepancies. That’s their job.

    Surely PS’s lawyers didn’t send him out without reading over what his inititial statements were & tell him to focus.
     
  18. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    That’s why cops take statements early so everything is fresh and the statements are relied upon by all parties.
    It take years to get to court and the memory does fade.
     
  19. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    I want some character witnesses on PS or any priors to see what kind of bloke he is.

    Damn we got some surprise priors on BS!

    PS sure has aged.
    If he didn’t do it I feel sorry for him as he has not much of an alibi.
     
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    Really dont get a good feeling whenever luggage or suitcases are mentioned these days :(
     
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