Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall NSW, 12 Sept 2014 - # 8

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    CarmelEyesD Well-Known Member

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    http://www.portnews.com.au/story/2555404/child-missing-at-kendall/?cs=257

    Fri, 5.15pm: The darkness is closing in, but the searchers are not going anywhere.

    Police Inspector Mick Aldridge said PolAir has returned to Sydney after extensive aerial searches.

    "But we're not leaving - we'll continue all the way through the night," he said.

    Inspector Aldridge said police officers, SES volunteers and concerned residents will search the area, which includes state forests, during the night and as morning begins.
     
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    Benaroon Drive where William went missing. So much thick forest .....
     
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    Please continue here for William...
     
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    It is understood police have identified several people they suspect to be involved in the paedophile ring operating in north coast area around Kendall, where three-year-old William disappeared more than seven months ago.

    When asked if police had already arrested anyone suspected to be *involved in the ring, investigation head Detective-Inspector Gary Jubelin declined to comment.

    Experts from the Behavioural Science Team have been assessing the behaviour and personality characteristics of all suspects to pinpoint anyone capable of abducting William.

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...-1227309810576
     
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    That's the only version I was aware of until now. There is the problem though of the media being so inaccurate and hopeless in their reporting. It's hard to know if Spedding's story is all over the place or if the media are getting it wrong.

    One thing that always bugged me about the original story where the day started with a missed call from the grandmother and he couldn't reach her back. Well, wouldn't it make perfect sense if he drove over?
     
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    That's what I have been thinking. Did she call him (before William was missing), and leave a voicemail asking what time he would be there so he decided to just show up?
     
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    ^ If he was due to return that day (according to MSM he was) then it would make sense that she was calling to check what time he would be there. She may have even said what time she was going out (if she was going out - and she was because they were going to visit grandpa's grave when dad returned.)

    He could've dashed over to catch her while she was still there, to get the job over and done with. The call he allegedly made to her after William was missing could have been a cover.
     
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    If he was due to return that day then it could be assumed an estimated time of arrival could have been arranged.

    It would like to know if that was the case what was the pre-arranged time?

    Because I guess it would be possible to be in the area, then after leaving the area phone and say you could not make it. imo

    His son said his father told him that he phoned the grandmother to say he would not be coming to fix the washing machine.

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/new...sh-into-thin-air/story-e6frg6z6-1227308929078
     
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    I don't think there would be many tradie's who would phone someone to say they weren't coming particularly in such a small town as kendall. I think the phone call's between them were non existent and this was picked up by police, hence making him a POI.
     
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    Yeah that report that 'he called to say he couldn't make it' is completely different to what we'd heard previously.

    All I remember hearing previously is that he was booked in to visit and install this part ordered previously, but got a call from WT's mum (if memory serves) saying that it wasn't a good time etc and would have to be rebooked.

    Now we're being told that he either couldn't get through when he tried calling (to arrange a visit to install this part), or missed an earlier call from the grandmother (whether that was before or after WT disappeared, isn't clear AFAIK).

    All that being said, makes perfect sense then that he'd go off and have a coffee, before/after this school assembly (whether before or after is very relevant though, timeline-wise, ie whether he could've been in Kendall when WT disappeared).

    There's no reason to think BS hadn't planned to be at this assembly whatever the case, as he could've simply planned to do this job and any others either before or after the assembly; simply managing his work responsibilities around personal matters. The only thing that wouldn't make sense was if he had a booking to do the job and without any reason to believe he wouldn't be able to go and do it, he goes to the assembly instead, but by the sound of things he was calling (or waiting for a call) to clarify a time he could do the job, so he could certainly have made the appointment before or after this assembly.

    Maybe the coffee became a possibility once he was told or discovered that he couldn't go to the job (either resulting from the call from WT's mum, or not having been able to reach them if he was the one doing the calling).

    It's impossible to know whether this is all just sloppy reporting or inconsistencies in BS's story (but the latter is, if memory serves, one of the reasons LE took interest in him in the first place).
     
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    Let's hope this is the thread where William is found. I truly hope we haven't been given false hope with these new developments.
     
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    Grandma very likely left a message on phone, it may have even said "we will be here until approx 11am" and BS pretended he didn't get message until later in day, hence phoning in the afternoon.
    I'm sure he has been a POI since day one.
     
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    also bs had deleted evidence of those calls from his phone hadnt he?
     
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    there seems to be a pattern with bs behaviour, it would be very interesting to hear what the specialist psychologists brought in to help recently think of it?

    ringing grandmother after william is missing (and possibly knowing he was missing)
    parking outside the grandmothers with all the search and police vehicles while the frantic search is on
    posting several times on social media about william
    driving past the recent search near his property

    these are all activities which can be rationalised as normal but when you put them all together it looks blatant,
    like behaviour of someone trying to look like they have nothing to hide,
    inserting himself amongst all the chaos he possibly created
     
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    Did he ever help search for William? I have never heard that he was out there searching. You would think with his level of concern he would have been out there helping with the search – even on the weekends - and Colin would have helpfully mentioned it to the media.
     
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    I think he was aware that William was missing, we arrived in town ( Port Mac ) that morning, and everyone was talking about it in the shops... there were plenty of radio updates too.

    * I keep coming back to the car accident that slowed down traffic heading south on the Pacific highway, little William very well could have been sitting in that traffic.
     
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    I don't think he personally searched, but he encouraged everyone else to on social media
     
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    How scary would it be if, when Spedding went to grandma's on the (8th?), he got a visual of the layout of the house, and could logistically explain how William disappeared so quickly?
     
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