GBC Trial General Discussion Thread #4

Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay of Australia' started by marlywings, Jun 3, 2014.

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  1. alioop

    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    Goodbye old websleuths!
     


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    Fluffykins Well-Known Member

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    Hello bright & shiny new WebSleuths!! :great:
     
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    Yayyy, we made it to the other side!
     
  4. FigTree

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    WhooHoo!!
    Do I have to take my shoes off to be in here - Umm... new carpet and all that :)
    :loveyou:
     
  5. Kimster

    Kimster Former Member

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    That's not a bad idea! :rolling:
     
  6. FigTree

    FigTree Well-Known Member

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    Hope Im not jumping back into business too quickly -
    The utility guy has just turned up to connect the smileys :floorlaugh:

    I have an interest in why all the injuries detected on Allison in the Autopsy Report were classified as being sustained with 'Moderate Force'.
    Could this be also reflective of a person who only used Moderate Strength? or that their Full Strength could only cause a Moderate injury?
    Seems too uncanny to me that there are no severe force - all very 'Mild - Moderate'.

    It seems the injuries were dealt/inflicted with just enough force to cause bruising bleeding - but not enough force to cause vicious severe bone or internal damage?
    To be clear - its not if the damage existed on Allison and caused her death.

    Some things from the Autopsy Report...
    (my edited version for reference for the post)
    An apparent bruise on the left inner chest wall - moderate degree of force
    Subdural heomorraging on the left side of the brain and dura - PC: blunt force injury (moderate)
    Chip to the tooth #33 - impact to the mouth region with a mild to moderate degree of force.
     
  7. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    Heyyyy it looks nice! ���������� for Allison...I was outa town for work (separated from my iPad! ��) and missed her birthday.

    I am reading furiously to catch up! But I wanted to leave birthday flowers for her.

    Kimster, your avatar is lovely! Haha you always have good ones. ☺

    Eta: aww no the flowers don't show up?:daisy: I guess that's the best I can do for now.
     
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    Were the phone records for TM presented? I haven't seen them anywhere and was wondering what her calls were on the night of the 19th??? If there is a link I'd really appreciate it. Thanks
     
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    Because it's all they've got!
    It, suicide is the only thing that can make G innocent.
     
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    It even has that lovely new smell lol
     
  11. ollijack

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    Plain and simple that's what happened or perhaps TM told her verbally
    I've always thought this.
     
  12. ollijack

    ollijack Active Member

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    Tootsie. My love don't put in bra again. Incredibly dangerous near boobs
    Research it. Xxxxxxxx
     
  13. Thinking

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    Probably not, but my thoughts were that the phone carrying by mum on her walks may have been "mentioned" to the kids to fit in with the story. Just my opinion.
     
  14. MadDoc

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    Being a mum, she may have carried her phone with her at all times as she wanted to be contactable by the kids. Maybe one of the girls had cause to contact her on her mobile in the past while she was not at home. Maybe the girls just knew that they could call mum any time.
     
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    Awesome
     
  16. Amee

    Amee Active Member

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    SCON MCLEOD: Would she take her phone to listen to music
    while she walks or?

    BADEN-CLAY: Um yeah.

    CON SIMMONS: Yeah. So she would usually always have her phone
    with her?

    BADEN-CLAY: Usually, yeah. Yeah.


    So where is Allisons phone GBC!!
     
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    My left thumb is going to get a workout now :giggle:
    And I got a facelift too.
    Cool
     
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    Honestly his stories are so full of holes [emoji35]
     
  19. alioop

    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    Looking good.
     
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    Nice clear format. Thank you.
     
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