Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #56

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  1. Angeline

    Angeline Well-Known Member

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    That's terrible. I was really hoping there had been a breakthrough :(

     
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    But I thought they were being kept in the dark about what police were doing or not doing. How would they know it's fake news? Unless they have reason to think the story is about themselves.
     
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    I find this very interesting & imo I think they’re very serious about this new suspect person - hence releasing all this information to freak the B ...out of any one associated .
    Like saying - now is your change to speak up or you’ll have a long time to think about why you held your silence!
     
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    Is this correctly printed that the search warrant on Robert D’s home turned up ‘ clothes belonging to William’ ?

    William Tyrell inquest: Robert Donohoe refused to speak to police about toddler's disappearance
     
  7. Warshawski

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    put a new/different complexion on something
    put a new complexion on (something)
    To alter the appearance, perception, or interpretation of something; to recontextualizesomething so as to suggest a new or different interpretation.
    E,g. The information given to us by the former secretary certainly puts a new complexion on theincident. I recommend that we drop the charges for now.
    The leaked email chain detailing his protests against the company's policy puts a newcomplexion on his sudden firing last week.
    See also: complexion, new, on, put
    Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015
    put a new/different comˈplexion on something
    change the way that a situation appears: What the police officer had just told me put quite a different complexion on the mystery

    to change the appearance of (something) : to cause (something) to be seen or thought about in a new way. ..That information puts a whole new complexion on the case.
     
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    This is just so sad that people will stoop to this fake reporting. .. they need to take a good look at themselves !
     
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    Thanks War, I understand the meaning of complexion in this sense. I was more wondering what this new complexion could be.
     
  12. Warshawski

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    Umm, thanks Doc... is this all part of a huge ‘chain rattle’ exercise perhaps.

    News outlets spruke the Big Story, get everyone riled up, playing innocent, making mistakes as they play safe etc - while the Cops say ‘we know nuffin, we just carry on investigatin, we’ll never stop’ .. . and scoop up the fall out.

    Now we hear it’s someone Known to William ( not, Who knew William ) & who was spoken to at length .. and how many people were spoken to that we never even heard about ...
    the DOCS support person
    did anyone other than his bio parents see him at the visitations
    Child-Care

    Where is all this coming from if it’s not true - the Police would slap a charge on those journalists surely - or at least ACCC could get them for False advertising
     
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    Sorry Doc, I’ve heard it twice ( well, 1.25 times) but haven’t been able to find anything even saying when it’s airing
     
  14. Angeline

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    The Daily Telegraph always seems to be drip-fed info about this case from the NSW Police (or so they say). They always have "exclusives".
     
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    "We believe we can identify who it may be or the circumstances of him going missing" - David Laidlaw, courtesy of Sky News. (1:09 min mark)

    Is this from when Stefanovic of Sky News did his broadcast about William weeks ago? (in July)
    And now the other media outlets are running with it?
     
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    Thanks Morrisa, noting that Caroline said nothing about these new ‘headlines’.

    However in there, Chris mentioned that she’s also working on this Ch7 doco that goes to air Sunday 19th Sept.
     
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    So this, too, is by Sky News. Just seeing a pattern here that all this "news" is coming from Murdoch media sources. 9News, DT, Sky News, DM.
    So maybe it isn't really new info, just a continuation of the July production by Sky News.

    From Sky ... July 18th.
    Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw told Stefanovic he thinks he knows who is responsible for the little boy vanishing almost seven years ago – but no one is in the clear.
    “Nobody has been excluded from the investigation,” he said.
    “Everybody is a person of interest until they’ve been fully eliminated or to the end of our inquiries.”
    Top detective makes bold claims about William Tyrrell case
     
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    I saw today that the Ch7 production is going to be in two parts. It was first announced in February, so they have been at it for a long time.

    Seven will screen a two part true crime special The Disappearance of William Tyrrell.
    William Tyrrell crime special for Seven | TV Tonight
     
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