Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #64

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  1. SouthAussie

    SouthAussie Well-Known Member

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    Well, that is strange. I just rechecked the link and the 20min video is still there, pinned to the top of the article.
    Maybe check again, or listen on one of the other links provided.
     


  2. Gotta have Faith

    Gotta have Faith Well-Known Member

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  3. JBowie

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    They sold the five-bedroom house with a swimming pool where William had lived from early 2012 until his disappearance for more than $4million last year.

    The couple have since bought a four-bedroom low rise worth more than $2million.

    William Tyrrell: Inside privileged life of foster mother, why she hates Spiderman photo | Daily Mail Online
     
  4. HilaryHormone

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    Oh some have, there was a wild theory on a previous thread that they’d only gone to Kendall to conduct some type of fraud associated with Granny’s house sale.
     
  5. wewillgetyou

    wewillgetyou Well-Known Member

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    If you search ‘ 9 news Australia Live’ on Facebook it will bring up the whole interview.
    I thought the police person speaking looked quite uncomfortable when asked about the FM being a POI.
     
  6. Waverider

    Waverider Well-Known Member

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    Lawsuits I’d say…
     
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  7. JBowie

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    I'd be asking straight out: "Do you deny that the FM is the POI?"

    But then, I'm not a member of the media, who already know that police will not deny it because the police 'back channel' told them she is.
     
  8. Thebottomline

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    That’s not what I was referring to.
     
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    Well, that’s what I thought too. I was shocked at recent developments. Apparently it wasn’t, I’m sorry to say. It seems each detective who took over assumed the previous detective had properly cleared both parents.

    I read what Jubelin said and it only made me more concerned. Particularly, how can nothing incriminating coming from the covertly bugged car be a factor at all if only one person is responsible and the other doesn’t know about it?

    There are major discrepancies. Now, I can see those discrepancies. Including one that provides opportunity to dispose of a body. That is HUGE. In fact, the discrepancies are so glaringly obvious to me now, that I cannot believe it has taken seven years. It’s true that in some cases there is indeed a big bad boogeyman. But let’s be real… it’s rare. It’s most often someone close to the person.

    It baffles me that there are people who just gloss over the discrepancies. Homicide cases are not football games where you pick a team and barrack for them all the way. It’s not about being right. It’s about getting justice for a little boy who deserves at least that.

    You go where the evidence takes you. Laidlaws motto is “assume nothing, check everything”.

    All IMO.
     
  10. drsleuth

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    Yep & those charges are yet to be dealt with in a court of law..........
    No one knows the details of the allegations ..............
    No one has seen any evidence.............
    No pea has been entered...............

    Presumption of innocence

    The presumption of innocence imposes on the prosecution the burden of proving the charge and guarantees that no guilt can be presumed until the charge has been proved beyond reasonable doubt.
     
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    Totally agree.
     
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    Well said. The public can do what they like, but the police have to remain skeptical. If nothing is adding up, then get a better calculator (... but in doing that, eliminte dingoes).
     
  14. ediethedog

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    definitely had helmets....hate to say it , but in my experience, having them isn't an assurance they would keep them on .
     
  15. JBowie

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    Helmets on small heads can often be a poor fit. They either fall off, or the kids pull them off at the first opportunity.
     
  16. k-mac

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    Charges dont come without supporting evidence....(smoke)....how big is the fire is the question.o_O

    moo
     
  17. Jaded325594

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    William wasn't adopted, he was being cared for by foster carers on behalf of the minister, FFC is not his mother, adoption is very uncommon in Australia, this article feels out of place here and we don't use words like assimilation.

    When there's a relationship breakdown between an adult and a parent the onus is on the adult to take steps to connect with self awareness, not blaming the child, or the child's family. Hard to know though as she describes herself to be a very connected parent. I dont think we'll know unless LT grows up and writes a book one day.
     
  18. drsleuth

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    Here is the full video ( easily found by searching police presser William Tyrrell)

     
  19. vatzjr

    vatzjr Former Member

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    In a nutshell. Thank you.

    (sorry if already covered) Does anyone here know the proper protocols when it comes to liaisons between the lead investigator and the family of a missing/murdered family member? My understanding is there is supposed to be a buffer to manage boundaries and prevent any kind of emotional overstep that can compromise an investigation. I don't know what the official title of this person is and I'm hoping someone here can help.

    My understanding is that there was not one of these people in this particular instance.

    Also, did Laidlaw immediately take over when Jubelin was removed from the case, or was there was a lapse? What's the chronology?

    2019
    February: Jubelin taken off of case.
    March: Inquest Part I
    May: Jubelin quits the force.
    June: Charges laid against Jubelin
    August: Inquest Part II

    2020
    March: Inquest Part III begins and then stops shortly thereafter due to covid.
    April: Jubelin convicted on all charges.
     
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  20. JBowie

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    My understating is that it's normal practice for a liaison officer to be assigned. That cop is not usually privy to the inner workings of the case, but is expected to watch and listen and report anything thought to be germane.

    That said, I get the feeling that, where the lead cop was GJ, the liaison cop may have felt somewhat redundant.
     
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