Gerard Baden Clay's murder appeal #2

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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    Allison Baden-Clay’s father granted her $800k life insurance policies, to hold in trust for her three daughters
    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/allison-badenclays-father-granted-her-800k-life-insurance-policies-to-hold-in-trust-for-her-three-daughters/news-story/fd21eb9d3f348ed17fd2ffdc0143b283

     


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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    The parents of Allison Baden-Clay say their daughter lives on in their memory as a successful, kind and loving mother, five years after she was killed by her husband.
    Allison's family and friends on Friday called on Queenslanders to perform random acts of kindness and speak out against violence throughout July in memory of the slain mother.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...eak-out-against-violence-20170630-gx1u30.html

     
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    Allison's birthday today, she would have been 49.:yellow:
     
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    [h=1]Allison Baden-Clay: New details emerge in book[/h]
    GERARD Baden-Clay’s sister Olivia remarked “Good, I’m glad” when told Allison’s body had been finally found and his mother allegedly told a neighbour in the days following that her son had been “driven” to his affairs by his wife.

    And Olivia told a neighbour she had confronted her brother about whether he’d murdered his wife while the pair lay together on a bed.
    New details have emerged of what went on in the Baden-Clay house while police searched the Brookfield area for the missing mother-of-three, according to statements provided to police by former neighbours and friends.
    In an updated edition of The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay, to be released on Monday, author and The Courier-Mail journalist David Murray reveals previously unheard details of the case, including a revelation that Olivia Walton asked Gerard if he had killed his wife hours before her body was found on the banks of the Kholo Creek.

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...k/news-story/d4723b439c7a0d006cb066f059421ace
     
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    New details emerge about bizarre Gerard Baden-Clay car crash
    Just two days after Allison was reported missing.

    Gerard Baden-Clay behaved erratically and pretended his legs were paralysed after crashing his car into a wall two days after his wife was reported missing.

    New details of the crash have been revealed in an updated version of the book The murder of Allison Baden-Clay and they shed a light on the strange events that led to her husband’s conviction for her death.

    The book also reveals the extraordinary moment paramedics found crucial evidence at the crash scene that lead to his life sentence behind bars.

    In the book, author David Murray writes that Baden-Clay smashed his car into a concrete pylon without braking at 50km/h and then used his arms to drag himself from the car as if his legs were paralysed, reports Yahoo News.

    He repeatedly said “sorry” to witnesses at the scene and demanded they call his lawyer, who he had been on his way to see.

    A paramedic at the scene said Baden-Clay claimed he had pain “all over” his body, while a firefighter said he heard him say sorry at least 20 times.


    Later, despite his protests, paramedics cut Baden-Clay’s shirt down the middle to treat him and discovered scratch marks on his torso, providing new evidence for the trial that his wife had fought back before her death.

    Investigators believe Baden-Clay’s erratic behaviour could have been him at breaking point and that he was on his way to his lawyer to confess.

    He was assessed by a mental health nurse after the crash and asked for his sister to be present “for legal reasons”.

    When he was asked about his relationship with his wife, his sister said. “Gerard, do not answer those questions”.

    This article originally appeared on Starts At 60.

    https://www.newidea.com.au/article/news/new-details-emerge-about-bizarre-gerard-baden-clay-car-crash
     

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