NO BAIL! Australia - Allison Baden-Clay, Brisbane QLD, 19 April 2012 -#29

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

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  1. BJsleuth

    BJsleuth New Member

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    They won't just take his word for it either way. The will have tested them for prints/contact DNA etc.
     
  2. UnfoldingTruth

    UnfoldingTruth New Member

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    I don't have an iphone, but it is an android phone and does come up with the conversation. I still like to sign my name.. or at least initial. To family it is usually my nickname or initial as with close friends. But others I usually use my name.
     
  3. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    Will be interesting to see if there's any more info released before 9th July...in one of Allison Sandy's tweets last week she mentioned she'd been going through "reams of documents relating to Baden-Clay case lodged in court"

    So far I don't think we've seen "reams of documents"....
     
  4. mouse detective

    mouse detective Veritas Omnia Vincit

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    I've just thought of something in relation to the "interfering with a corpse" charge.

    GBC wanted it to appear that Allison has gone missing whilst walking but the issue was without a body the insurers would be unlikely to pay out in any great hurry. If the body was found it might reveal a cause of death. However if just a body part from Allison turned up somewhere a month or so later - the finding would be that Allison had been murdered by some random person and Gerard would be able to make his claim. Just my own thoughts.
     
  5. ollijack

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    I have a bad habit of starting to read from the latest page and from bottom to top...i feel lonely if if go back 6 or 7 pages and everyone else is here......does anyone else do that.?
    or have i spent too much time in jail and im now a little bit odd....but ok soon hopefully xxx
     
  6. mouse detective

    mouse detective Veritas Omnia Vincit

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    Yes I do that too - sometimes I read using the print view (1000 threads) to make it quicker.
     
  7. Thinking

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    He would have been under this type of pressure for sure. I reckon that accident in the prado would have pushed him to the limit too, wondering how on earth they could afford to fix it.
     
  8. Bayside

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    I do the same thing, only have time for a quickie read.
     
  9. kalamityk

    kalamityk Inactive

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    and then the hairdresser ................
     
  10. Spotted Reptile

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    I remember quite some while back that there had been mention of a public 'clean-up' day or weekend in the last few months in that area. So a pair of gloves and a drink bottle would not be unusual, maybe a volunteer left them there. I don't know any more than that, a local may be able to verify if there was such a thing. I know the SIM card was discounted fairly early on after its discovery, maybe the gloves/bottle as well?

    Somebody said people drop stuff out of their cars on to the bridge all the time too, which is why a clean up is necessary. People can be such pigs :maddening: :banghead:
     
  11. Even

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    As much as I love my children, I can equally appreciate how much other parents love their children. If they pulled me into something like this without my knowledge, on finding out the real situation, I would give them the ultimatum, either we go to the police now or I go to the police now.
     
  12. Cheekymonkey

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    Hi all
    My query regarding the 'pair' of gloves is just that...I can't keep a pair of socks in the same place and yet there was a 'pair' found. Surely with all the rain around that time a pair would've been separated from each other? Perhaps rubber kitchen gloves used to cover someone's airways?
    Just a thought :)
    Cheers
     
  13. Even

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    Gives me an uneasy feeling that they can discount a SIM so soon. I would have thought it would require a detailed investigation since it was at a crime scene. The only scenario is that the SIM was never used nor registered in which case the SIM does mean nothing. However, if the SIM were ever used this ties someone to that bridge. Even if the SIM is no longer in use, they should at least be looking at the phone of the person who the sim was registered to, given the potential to find tracking information and calls. I really hope the police are not being myopic because if the defense can show they were only investigating leads which match their theory that GBC did the deed, then this can severely devalue the circumstantial case IMO.
     
  14. ollijack

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    Yes. Yes. Even....that is true....we support our kids...unconditionally...but murder....ummm...no...cause ultimately...it is bad, sick, evil etc...to help them get away with this....always, a parent must help kids (whatever age) face up to the (right) way of doing things.....regardless and even embracing the consequences......PS...I have sat in a jail cell (door open lol) with my youngest daughter....and encouraged her to speak the truth..hard, but it is our job.xxxx
     
  15. DrWatson

    DrWatson Verified Thoracic and Vascular Surgeon

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    I'm pretty sure they did all that. If my memory serves me correctly, I think it was an old pre-paid SIM that had been discarded. And it wasn't a micro-SIM like the ones used in an iPhone.

    I also seem to recall reading or hearing that they'd tracked down the person who had bought the SIM and discarded it, and it was absolutely nothing to do with the case. I can't be 100% certain on that, but my memory is jiggling that info up to the surface. Anyone else remember hearing that?
     
  16. digitup

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    Hi Doc,
    thank you for your post.I can recall qps stating that the sim card was irrelevant but I dont recall hearing 'that they had tracked down the person who had bought the sim and discarded it'.Can you please verify this?
    ty,
    please post links
     
  17. JK673

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    can't see that area being a "clean up" area for the day though. As for the pigs throwing rubbush out of car windows, yes that is possible.
     
  18. KG1

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    Posting a link to today's Courier Mail and an excerpt from the article. It contains a phrase that I have not heard before, relating to the palm of a hand of GBC.

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...-allisons-murder/story-e6freoof-1226412721085

    He said: "The Crown's case at its highest" could be reduced to some scratches on Baden-Clay's face, which were shaving cuts, scratches on his torso, neck and palm of his hand and his mobile telephone being removed from the charger in the middle of night when he had apparently told police that he was asleep all night."

    Mr Davis said the post-mortem examination found no cause of death and revealed the only injury was a chipped tooth.
     
  19. mouse detective

    mouse detective Veritas Omnia Vincit

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    Just had a flashback to a joke we used to play
    FIrst sign of madness - hairs of the palms of your hand
    (at which stage the people we were telling the joke too would look at their palms)
    Second sign of madness - looking for them
    Maybe Gerard was showing the Third sign of madness - shaving them!!

    :hand::hand::hand:
     
  20. UnfoldingTruth

    UnfoldingTruth New Member

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    Yes I do..then I find it sometimes doesn't make sense, so I jump back to the last page I read when last on, and try to catch up.sometimes its a daunting task when people have been busy posting!
     
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