Post verdict discussions #2

Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay of Australia' started by marlywings, Jul 20, 2014.

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  1. Flutterflies

    Flutterflies Active Member

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    The hot rollers - a depressed person such as Allison was described by the BC's would not use hot rollers. My sister used hot rollers when we were kids. It takes time and effort. A depressed person would not feel up to all the hair care - hot rollers, salon much less actually standing and separating each section of hair for each roller. But wait, maybe he rolled Allison's hair for her. Nope, doubt it!

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    Tonight is white ribbon night.

    Take the pledge.


    http://m.whiteribbon.org.au


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  3. amatteroftime

    amatteroftime New Member

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    Who was witness 51?
     
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    Amee Active Member

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    Baden-Clay said he was talking to P&C president Cameron Early at the carnival when something bit or stung him on the neck.


    http://m.news.com.au/QLD/fi11807482.htm
     
  5. HoolyDooly

    HoolyDooly New Member

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    Oh for flamin' heck !!!
    I just crafted a large piece and hit 'post' and the logon had dropped out. Now I cannot find it - though it autosaved a couple of times :tantrum:

    Can anyone help? Is there a way of retrieving what auto-saved?:gaah:
     
  6. HoolyDooly

    HoolyDooly New Member

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    I've heard of an Area 51 :blushing
    :laughing:
     
  7. L_B

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    Any woman can legally go by their maiden name or married name, they don't have to do any deed poll changes. So it's Allison June Dickie or Allison June Baden-Clay. Unless she changed her name by deed poll to something like "Allison June Dickie Baden-Clay" she can be refered to using her maiden name no worries.

    Only the girls would have to cos they have the BC surname on their birth certificates.
     
  8. possumheart

    possumheart Well-Known Member

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    Itchy.

     
  9. elmo343

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    I've just been thinking. If you were accused of killing your wife but really had nothing to do with it, wouldn't you be begging the police to find the person who really did it? I don't think GBC ever did this at any stage.
     
  10. Aunty

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    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sh...Watter-both-7-Townsville-QLD-April-2014/page2
    Hi my friends. I really think it's time to sleuth this. I am very worried that we might have another GBC here. I feel it in my guts, or , you know, head? Heart ?

    Please go take a look. I think we are needed over there.

    :gaah:My last comment...

    No person saw him drop those girls at school and no one saw them at school.
    He is sounding very Suss.:tantrum:
    OMG, I think he may be crying wolf.
    I think he is another GBC. I hope the investigators have treated this as a homicide, before they just accepted his version of events.
    They had been in the Family Court for more than 2 years, so he had 2 years to plan.
    I don't buy his story at all.
    This is Townsville police who investigated this. The husband painted a picture? They believed him.... Hmmm
    Sound familiar?
    I pray Mum and the girls are in fact hiding, but I just don't trust him at all. I get a really bad feeling about this story.
    My Opinion Only
     
  11. Aunty

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    If my wife was scared, and took off with my children for some strange reason, and I was not concerned about her harming them, ..... Well.... I would be acting very very differently.
    If I knew my children were living in a terrible situation, and believed they were alive, I would go and change the consent orders , and post on my blog that their Mother is safe to come back home, and I would support her to have 100% care, and allow me to have contact at an approved contact centre, and when the girls are happy to have more, then I would be agreeable to spend more time with them.
    This is not on offer at all?
    My concern is, there is a huge smoke screen here. The Father just shows one side to a story, and he's acting very strange. Soooo many people are getting sucked in ? GBC revisited ?
    :tantrum:
    I pray that these Girls and their Mum are still alive :tantrum:
     
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    Wow, I didn't know this, Thank you for this information. :tantrum:

    On average, it takes an abused woman leaving 7 (yes, seven) times leaving before she leaves for good. A woman leaving an abusive relationship is at a much higher risk of physical and even lethal violence.
     
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    I went to the bridge really late this week and it was so dark, cold and just isolated...I could not get out of my car to head over to the monument... It was too dark and just sad. Poor Allison, such a horrible thing.
     
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    Myself and the post I replied to was only referring to the girl's surname being changed.

    In circumstances where one parent is deceased and the other in prison - would minor children's surname be able to be changed without permission from the parent in prison, I wonder?
     
  16. BritsKate

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    I'd say most likely no unless that parent's parental rights are severely inhibited or terminated - which, in my experience, family courts are resistant to doing. There's a (somewhat misguided) approach that access to both parents is always! in the best interest of the child - and the parent(s) have constitutionally protected rights to parent their child(ren). As such, courts are hesitant to permanently remove parents from a child's life. That said, some jurisdictions allow for parental right termination on the very basis one parent murdered another.

    In my situation, the court only suspended visitation, despite ample evidence of mental health issues and domestic violence, after my ex plead guilty to a sexual charge against a child. (He drugged and raped his 14 year old niece.) I was granted permission, despite his objection from prison, by the court to move my children abroad (Wisconsin -> England) but I am legally required to keep him apprised of our address, phone, and email. Any further modifications (like my new husband adopting, name change, etc.) would require I petition the Wisconsin court...which also requires I notify the other parent of my wishes. He could then object and it would be up to a judge to decide.

    Here's where family courts fall apart most, in my opinion...if I don't follow the terms of the court order - it's me (who isn't abusive and hasn't ever harmed a child) who could actually lose custody to him, at least in theory, based on Wisconsin law. And folks wonder what keeps abused women staying in a marriage. There has to be massive reform in family courts pretty much globally ime.

    JMO, FWIW
     
  17. ollijack

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    I've had a terrible wake up...my youngest daughter, drug addict, has assaulted her 3 year old
    daughter. My other two daughters have been made guardians of her two children.
    My eldest two daughters lives are going to change forever, their children's lives as well, one even has to move into a bigger
    house, one has to defer uni.
    My tiny granddaughter was in Canberra hospital for 4 days. All our hearts are scared and broken.
    But the thing is I am supporting my poor hopeless daughter, going to court, buying her healthy food,
    loving her. My other two daughters understand but don't really.
    I now understand how GBCs family have continued to support him....OMG, I love my daughter with
    my soul even though I am horrified by what's happened.
    Parents love is bloody awful, we just cannot turn our backs
     
  18. JCB

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    Generally speaking the answer is yes (provided that their names haven't been changed previously, QLD only allows 1 change of name before a child turns 18 from memory, 3 in total during their life).

    I don't know the legal arrangements that the Dickies have in relation to custody of the BC children, if they are court appointed guardians then they can apply to change their name/s and GBC's permission is not required.

    If it is not a court appointed arrangement then the Dickies can apply to the Magistrates Court for an order permitting them to change the names of any children under their care, in the circumstances I'd very much doubt that such an application would be refused.
     
  19. Cattail

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    All strength to you Ollijack. I hope things improve. And no, you can't turn your back. Hopefully you will see her through this addiction. xx


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  20. JCB

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    That's awful ollijack. I can only hope that your granddaughter is recovering well and your daughter will see this as a wake up call that will see her seek help. Best wishes to you all.
     
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