Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #62

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  1. Cant run and hide

    Cant run and hide Former Member

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    Have the police stated that fm threw something from the car?
    I haven't seen this article yet.
     


  2. SleepyJoe

    SleepyJoe Verified - Medical Specialist (Anaesthetist)

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    100% agree
     
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  3. The gavel

    The gavel Former Member

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    I've thought about this and I don't think it's the shoes. Because, the shoes are foam and cheap looking and they look like they would degrade very quickly.
    I've wondered if it's a murder weapon. Whether that be a garden implement, knife etc :(

    The injury to her hand that day with a completely ridiculous reasoning (slipped and fell on a stick, seriously?) Would certainly support there being a murder weapon. IMO :(
     
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  4. Trmtrm2

    Trmtrm2 Well-Known Member

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    I guess unless someone hav left children in your care maby through their will for you to adopt, the only way you can get your hands on a child is through the foster system, im not sure if there is an option to put your name down for adoption anywhere in Australia but I could be wrong, its more like other countries that you put your name down for an adoption
     
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  5. Juju71

    Juju71 Active Member

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    That's not correct. The FF have not gone to any lengths to suppress their identities. It's the law. It's for the protection and privacy of the children in their care.
    This is a simple legal construct that media must adhere to.
    It is not at the request of foster carers.
     
  6. Angeline

    Angeline Well-Known Member

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    I don't understand how one could get a graze on their hand from that. It would be interesting to know whether the graze was on the palm or top of the hand.

    A graze on the palm would make sense if you fell and put your hands out on the ground to steady yourself.

    I also don't understand how WT got a black eye from climbing on the FFC and falling.
     
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  7. Juju71

    Juju71 Active Member

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    Psychopaths and sociopaths make up between 1% and 4% of society. I understand how we true crime buffs might believe it's more common. It's actually not.
     
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  8. Estelle

    Estelle Well-Known Member

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    katydid23 said:
    But that child was seen standing up in the back seat. If he was able to stand up, why would she have to kill him? That makes no sense to me.

    My reply: IMO the only way FFC could have gotten away with this is to have no witnesses and no noise from a scream from a fall and so on. So IMO probably there was not a child's car seat in FGM's car so IMO FCC could have told WT secretly that "we are going to see Daddy" so come with me in Granny's car. So she could have quickly put him in the back seat of the car and could have suffocated/strangled him on the way then put his body in a creek weighted down. It worries me about the red string found recently. ALL MOO

    New clue found despite heavy rains hampering search for William Tyrrell
     
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  9. The gavel

    The gavel Former Member

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    Nor do I. I've only ever seen black eyes on people who were punched, elbowed, thrown or had a nose job. The BM was also concerned about him being too skinny. :(
     
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  10. BeaSmith

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    The last person seeing him alive having a hand injury is indeed suss, hope they have a photo of that

    Do we know if the black eye incident was before or after the emails requesting to reduce visitation with the BPs?
     
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  11. organised_chaos

    organised_chaos Verified Expert - Social Work Academic

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    At the extremities - 4% of the australian population is 1036379.
     
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    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    So many 3 and 4 yr olds go through a 'skinny' phase because they are having rapid growth spurts and growing taller very fast---and they get skinny. Go look at a preschool and see how many kids look really skinny at that age.
     
  13. The gavel

    The gavel Former Member

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    What's your opinion on what happened?
     
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  14. The gavel

    The gavel Former Member

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    Higher % of lawyers and police are psychopaths too
     
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  15. Estelle

    Estelle Well-Known Member

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    However, how do you know that FCC could not be one of the 1-4%?????
     
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  16. The gavel

    The gavel Former Member

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    Before. The BM could still see it on the last visit. The visit where William was on her lap and more affectionate than normal.
     
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    organised_chaos Verified Expert - Social Work Academic

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    and surgeons and journalists...here are the top 10 professions that psychopaths gravitate towards...

    The 10 professions with the most psychopaths
     
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    If I re-call correctly he didn't check the garage or the attic, all cars were checked.

    The call lasted approx 40 odd minutes from memory & it was checked out too!

    This info is from the inquest & has been discussed here at length & in MSM. She would have been asked 100's of questions around these cars before the inquest many years later IMO

    Correct!


    He was there for some of the inquest & wasn't for some parts, just the same as the Bio mother & father.

    The cars have been described & discussed here way back & in MSM

    Me either

    He knew that night when it was on the local news

    They are the same IMO

    Yep, I agree

    Why would the 000 caller need to know exactly where she looked thou?

    Where do get an hour from?? Link?

    That day & days later, it's in the 2 books we can discuss here & the one we can't ......

    This was discussed at length recently , right here on this forum.....

    Where has it been said the cup of tea was warm???

    Seems a stretch to me too Katy....

    Who said the tea was still warm??

    Why go for a drive to do that thou, they could easily do that at home.

    Actually ,the cups of tea were made before William was missing. It's all in these threads

    Yep

    I think everyone who has been following this case & on these threads for 7 years would have watched this??

    But she did..


    Why did she need to mention it in the 000 call, what would it have changed??

    No

    I wouldn't be surprised if I read on here he was taken by an alien....;)

    It's been posted here recently & is easily found.

    I've never heard that before, can you remember where you heard that from??

    BBM: some of have , she was on full few everyday at the inquest.

    So now we are "speculating " that she was having an affair with GJ :eek::mad:

    Do you refrences for that . It's been stated before we need to do this
    No similarities IMO

    Maybe they just both wanted to give 2 children, who had already had a hard start to life, a loving family home???
     
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  19. The gavel

    The gavel Former Member

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    Please don't misquote me. I said I was wondering if she became close friends with Jubelin. I didn't say affair.
     
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  20. JBowie

    JBowie Well-Known Member

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    Psychopathy & sociopathy:

    • 1% of the general population are psychopaths
      Dr. Robert Hare, Criminal psychology researcher, Creator of the PCL-R
    • 4% of Americans are sociopaths
      Dr. Martha Stout, Harvard University psychologist
      In the 2005 book, "The Sociopath Next Door" Harvard University psychologist Martha Stout claims one out of every 25 people in America is a sociopath. She defines sociopath as a person with no conscience.
    • 5-15% of Americans are Almost psychopaths
      Dr. Ronald Schouten, Associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
      Ronald Schouten refers to the "almost psychopaths" in his book "Almost a Psychopath"
    In more specific areas

    • 20-25% of prisoners are psychopaths
      Dr. Robert Hare, Criminal psychology researcher, Creator of the PCL-R
    • 4% of CEOs and Business Leaders
      Paul Babiak (with Robert Hare), Research psychologist and executive coach
      Hare and Babiak noted that about 29% of corporate psychopaths are also bullies.
    • 10% of people in the financial services industry are psychopaths
      Dr. Christopher Bayer, New York psychologist & psychoanalyst, Wall Street Psychologist
    • 10% of Wall street employees are psychopaths
      Sherree DeCovny, Writer on CFA magazine
      As written in the March/April 2012 issue of the CFA magazine
    I like this bit: 5-15% of Americans are Almost psychopaths
     
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