NO BAIL! Australia - Allison Baden-Clay, Brisbane QLD, 19 April 2012 -#28

Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay General Discussion Threads' started by SoSueMe, May 18, 2012.

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  1. BCD

    BCD New Member

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    This 'psychaitrist' thing is a furphy. Oh, my wife is 'missing', Allison 'come home', 'where are you?'...she has been 'depressed' (well, 'heck yeah' GBC you phillandering a......, no wonder she's depressed). At some depraved, desperate level he hoped that this whole awful 'circumstance' could be explained away by...suicide?...OMG REALLY...And that he could claim the INSURANCE?...
     
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    CaseClosed Registered User

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    Alleged googling of Psychiatrist - Maybe the perp wanted some advise on "how to fake insanity"? :floorlaugh:
     
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    You noodle :floorlaugh: Dog looked at me, while I laughed out loud....Thinks im an idiot I think...lol
     
  4. Nads

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    Hello, what just happened to WS?

    Come back everyone!
     
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    :eek:fftobed:
     
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    Server went down, may have been a server or site upgrade.
     
  7. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    Nads I think after the above few posts WS burst a couple of foo foo valves & fell off the face laughing :)

    Oh myyy those people have been taking their funny pills tonight...lol..
     
  8. annie46664

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    OR with his 'brains' (or lack of), MAYBE in his confusion :waitasec: he thought that a Psychiatrist was the most appropriate to consult to 'recap' the following:

    • Thou shalt not kill. :deadhorse:
    • Thou shalt not commit adultery. :hug:
    • Honour thy father and thy mother: :smooch: (Don't get upset guys!)
    • Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for he who loves his fellowman has fulfilled the law.:scale:

    :cowcouch:
     
  9. Opinionsgalore

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    With over 1900 posts to this this thread, I'm wondering if Mods must be thinking *cue American accent* Darn if those Ossies don't go on, wonder how the heck we can shut them up..... Oh no !!!!! "HEY FELLAS - why is there smoke coming out that there server"


    MOO
     
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    Working on a new thread, will be closing this one in a few...

    Ima
     
  11. Opinionsgalore

    Opinionsgalore New Member

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    Ok, I'll end my place on this thread with
    'weeeeeeee - I'm super knob ! Unable to leap caterpillars in a single bound, more pitiful than a 1 legged man with a limp, able to whine louder than a 3 year old girl with a skinned knee...... '


    MOO
     
  12. DrWatson

    DrWatson Verified Thoracic and Vascular Surgeon

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    Grannie - a peace offering ;) We'll ignore the little lecture on cardiac arrest and peripheral ischaemia (with more than a few errors in there) other than to say that cardiac arrest ALWAYS occurs at death, but may be the result rather than the cause. It is part of dying. And many death certificates list up to 3 causes of death (at least here in Australia they do). I have filled in my fair share of them. And it usually is something along the lines of Condition A, leading to Condition B, with subsequent cardiac arrest or asystole.

    However, where I agree with you is that a concern is that the cause of death in ABC's case may not be determined, or may be in some doubt. Or at least have enough uncertainty to be questioned by the defence lawyers. And I'm not sure how that stands in a legal sense in terms of a murder charge. Those in here with legal expertise would be far more qualified than me to comment. For example, does the prosecution HAVE to prove HOW a person was killed to prove murder, or just that the person was killed? Is the cause of death absolutely necessary in order to prove murder? The case of Kerry Whelan and others, where no body has been found, spring to mind.

    Just a final (I hope) point re air embolism... I didn't suggest venous injection "because that's how they do it in the movies". I suggested it because intravenous injection is the only sure way to get air back centrally, to the lungs initially, and then to the heart. Arterial injection, as you correctly mention, goes peripherally. But as a method of murder, it would not be in my Top 50 list of ways to do it... ;)

    OK - enough of the air embolism stuff.

    Just one other point - I notice that several people have referred to the defence's statement during the bail application that the chipped tooth was the only EXTERNAL sign of injury. But in the Courier Mail summary a few pages back, it refers to the chipped tooth as being the only sign of injury. The word "external" wasn't used. But perhaps that was just the Courier Mail doing its usual thing?

    Does anyone know for sure what was claimed by the defence EXACTLY?
     
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