I wasn't implying that the online sleuth community needed to be told, but rather highlighting the importance Wendy Hudson's actions/movements could
play in helping Mr. Laidlaw and his team crack this case.
As I said, Ms. Hudson could very well have been dealing with an issue totally unrelated to William. It's not a good look though that police didn't take RD seriously. No doubt a court will eventually provide those answers with the evidence presented.
Not every stone has been turned and it should.
The only type of court that interests me is the court that gets Justice for William.
I have much greater faith in Mr. Laidlaw's leadership than Mr. Jubelin's in handling this case. We can quote from Mr. Jubelin's book all we like but the bottom line remains he only had eyes on Spedding and when that failed he tried Savage. Mr. Jubelin is the only one who ever remotely raised an alternative scenario occurring differently to an abduction.
If there's been an attempt at deception from Day 1 by those at 48 Benaroon Drive, then dots can be drawn. Timelines can be ruled in or out. There are no dots to join that remotely suggest an abduction. No one has been forthcoming with information to support the cars in the street. It all came from a single source. That source eventually became a POI under Mr. Laidlaw.
It wouldn't be the first case that cops have stuffed up and let the person/s responsible slip through the cracks.
Does the community want this case solved?
IMO there would be hundreds of situations in the foster care system where the truth never gets told. These kids, tragically, simply become a number or a statistic. I think if William wasn't a foster child and this same (disappearance) scenario occurred things would've been handled a lot differently.
Police might've been able to do their job without having to seek approval or permission from a government department such as FACS. The spiderman photo should've been released at that first press announcement on the afternoon of September 12th, not some outdated daycare photo with bruises because it was on a government file. It's situations like that which FACS should never have been able to dictate to the police. Perhaps the laws need to be changed, to help police do their job properly when dealing with foster children who go missing. William's case will always remain political and that is a tragedy in itself.