Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay of Australia' started by marlywings, Jun 3, 2014.
I am sure NBC is implicated in this.
Not necessarily. I walk most mornings and I wear legging crop top - no room for phone and no pockets. I like to have it in my hand to check things on the screen or change music. Plus for the security I like to be able to speed dial in case of emergency (you know......all those muggers getting fit at 7am...)
Counting the minutes until Monday ...
I agree! Where are the pj's? They must have been in the house somewhere and if they weren't found why wasn't a bigger deal made about this in court??? If she slept there and changed into walking clothes they would have to be there!
It's something to do with old dogs and new tricks.
We're all holding hands through this change and GBC's trial.
It is truly beautiful. The thought of giving a copy to each of the girls is a lovely idea. Hoping it will give them strength and courage. Thanks Odd!
I'm getting the impression that many of the womenfolk here (and some men?) believe that Fuller QC puts the "cute" in "prosecute"...:blushing:
Lol. You are so correct. :loveyou:
Meant to quote you lol
In the early days of the search (and subsequently) many, many walkers in the Brookfield area stated they had never come across Allison walking - ever! Brookfield is a small community - like a country town. I live nearby, and walk most mornings, or evenings. I know, by sight, all the regular walkers. There was always something suss about the tale of Allison being out walking.:gaah:
Has it been said/ confirmed that she wore pyjamas?...and has anyone confirmed they were actually missing ( just that I am casual/slack and will sleep in my gym gear ready for my walk/run the next morning..could Alison have done this too?)
Most likely debris in the driver's foot well from driving Allison's body to Kholo Creek was vacuumed. However, given Allison only drove that car, GBC realized that his prints & DNA might be found in it, so he drove that car again to look for Allison that morning. Anticipating Police involvement, this would cover the warm engine and cover his DNA and fingerprints being found in the car. This was calculating. My opinion only.
More suss with the "route" she took out past the rest home with little or no footpaths.
Also as you said I lived very close to her and walked alot and never saw her.
Also she may have slept in what you say or just underwear and a tshirt?
Surely an insurance company wouldn't have strict 'you must contact us within one week or insurance is null and void'. Who wants to think of insurance when there is a death??
Even an insurance broker wouldn't push the grieving family.
Ooops I forgot who we're talking about. :slap: GBC. => :jail:
His answer to the PJ's question was quite subtle um how can I say, quite "off"?
"The PJ's were not in the picture!"
Uh, yes, that is true, they are um, ....missing.
Did he just notice this (gulp!)? Is that no pyjamas, or no evidence, or does no pyjamas mean evidence of some sort?
I thought the defence would really latch onto the 'no cause of death found' and base their defence on it. I know all they need to do is cast reasonable doubt on the prosecution's case but in my mind, opening up as many possible scenarios as they could come up with would've worked better.
I agree Mumma Beat, I bet the BC clan really pushed for the suicide theory. Probably should've come up with that one before G talked to the cops.
I seem to recall that at Allison's funeral, one of her family members delivering the eulogy (brother? sister?) made a point of saying that Allison hated to exercise. At that point in the investigation there was a lot of emphasis placed on the "walking" story, so I thought it was rather pointed.
Hi Fly - if you search my posts I've written lots on the hair (yes there was one - caught in the blood in the car). Both that and the missing pyjamas have been badly under-utilised by the prosecution IMHO. Having said that, yes, that Fuller is mighty fine :blushing:
Sort of OT, but while Mr. Supersmartstonecoldfox was giving GBC the third degree, I was reminded of TS Eliot's Prufrock (another pathetic little man, albeit in quite a different way to GBC).
And I have known the eyes already, known them all
The eyes that fix you in a formulated phrase,
And when I am formulated, sprawling on a pin,
When I am pinned and wriggling on the wall,
Then how should I begin
To spit out all the butt-ends of my days and ways?
- T.S. Eliot, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"
Except the eyes are fixing GBC with a single word. Begins with the letter G.