Post verdict discussions #2

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

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  1. BreakingNews

    BreakingNews Well-Known Member

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    OJ, thoughts and love with you all. I understand completely. We love our kids, no matter what. But I doubt you'd lie under oath to defend your daughter. You are a good mum and grandmum


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  2. ollijack

    ollijack Active Member

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    Thankyou sweet BreakingN,
    No I wouldn't lie, I actually said to the most amazing police woman, who I have
    gotten to know that I could strangle my daughter for what she has done.
    Oh dear lol, Luckily she understood what I meant....
    xxx
     
  3. ollijack

    ollijack Active Member

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    Oh wow, that is too close for comfort your story, thankyou so so much for sharing that. My heart is sad for you.
    I don't know how GBCs family can recover from this, Olivia and Adam have been put into the background for 2+ years.
    Do they feel resentment towards Gerard?
     
  4. Fuskier

    Fuskier Well-Known Member

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    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/ne...victed-badenclay/story-fni0cx12-1226993703649

    The jigsaw bits that convicted Baden-Clay
    by Andrew Carswell, The Daily Telegraph.

    No one saw Gerard Baden-Clay murder his wife Allison... but from their investigations, QLD Police detectives knew that they had their man; Crown prosecutor Todd Fuller QC proceeded to build a case based on eyebrow-raising circumstances ..."Each piece of evidence alone was insignificant. Together they lead to an unmissable conclusion".

    Prominent Melbourne barrister Dr Ian Freckelton believes a case crammed with circumstantial evidence is often advantageous for the prosecution, given they slowly paint a picture of guilt that jurers cannot ignore. He claimed murder convictions based almost entirely on circumstantial evidence were, as such, not as rare as most would imagine.

    “It is far from unusual. Most murderers don’t like to be seen doing their crime, most murderers don’t like to admit anything, so it often comes down to utilizing other forms of information enabling a logical connections to be drawn.’’

    For the Jury staring down at Baden-Clay, those connections were simply too compelling to ignore.

    Thank you to the QLD Police & Detectives, CP Todd Fuller and the Jury of 12 reasonable people for a conviction of Gerard Baden-Clay for the murder of Allison Baden-Clay, a murder which impacted our collective community consciousness. Justice has been done and has been seen to be done. He had a fair trial.
     
  5. madamehdivision

    madamehdivision Registered user

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    An hour and a half?!

    Was he trying to keep guests away from racking up a bar tab??
     
  6. catswhiskers

    catswhiskers Active Member

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    It was a dry wedding apparently.
     
  7. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    I got my yellow top (and matching headband!) for Aug 1!

    I wish that somehow Allison could see how she is loved by all of us who may never have even heard her name until 2012.
     
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    Maigret New Member

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    Did I miss something ? Is that an all over thing ?
     
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    toe New Member

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    I just so hope the manipulating conman is doing it tough. I hope his night's are haunted by Allisons face.
     
  10. amatteroftime

    amatteroftime New Member

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    A dry wedding is a cheap wedding , typical of his whole fake life
     
  11. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    Allison you really had the last laugh and I do hope he writhes with regret every 24/7 that passes. GBC thought he could get it all but Allison put a stop to his plans of collecting the insurance, the money from the investment property and his planned 60 minutes freedom interview. Step by step it all unravelled.

    Like bread crumbs left for our boyz in blue you sent your murderer to gaol for life. It could NOT have happened without you. But you paid the ultimate sacrifice for the safety of your babies.
    A true heroine for abused women for generations to come.
     
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    amatteroftime New Member

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    I just noticed that there is a certain team member now removed from the "our team" section of the real estate agency said person was working prior to her paid ACA affair, seems that pay packet could not come quick enough
     
  13. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    I understand why Elaine walked out before she could hear Allison's loved ones victim impact statements. I think she was almost promised a different outcome.
    The word 'Guilty' saw 60 Minutes windfall slip from their greedy fingertips. She obviously believed they deserved it.
    Elaine wasn't up to hearing how Allison's loved ones felt as her anger was far more important.
     
  14. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    Yellow Day will be a tribute to Allison

    22nd Jul 2014

    THE family and friends of Allison Baden-Clay have created Wear Yellow Day for Allison and Strive to be Kind so she will always be remembered.

    Allison impacted on the lives of all those who knew her because of her generous nature and kind soul, they said.

    Next Friday, August 1, everyone is encouraged to wear yellow and to live with compassion and love for one another, whether it be providing essential items to someone in need, doing a chore for an elderly person or something as simple as holding open the door for someone

    http://www.qt.com.au/news/yellow-day-will-be-a-tribute-to-allison/2325381/
     
  15. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    Shaking violently, Baden-Clay stood with his eyes closed and his hands clasped tightly together, as the jury of seven men and five women delivered their verdict about 11.50am on Tuesday, after deliberating for nearly 22 hours.

    Shaking violently, Baden-Clay stood with his eyes closed and his hands clasped tightly together, as the jury of seven men and five women delivered their verdict about 11.50am on Tuesday, after deliberating for nearly 22 hours.

    Shaking violently, Baden-Clay stood with his eyes closed and his hands clasped tightly together, as the jury of seven men and five women delivered their verdict about 11.50am on Tuesday, after deliberating for nearly 22 hours.



    GUILTYYes it's true! I wanted to hear it again at least three times. :happydance:

    http://www.illawarramercury.com.au/...ty-of-murdering-wife-allison-baden-clay/?cs=7
     
  16. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    Is it bridal etiquette for the groom or groom's parents to pay for the alcohol? There's the answer!
     
  17. Berry

    Berry Gotch ya

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    Oh Dear Sweet Consider.

    I was a very intelligent teacher raised by beautiful loving happy parents and was married to a QLD Police Copper. He was a controlling man and would say the weirdest things questioning me loudly about my afternoon activities and time of getting home etc and then out of the blue say: "Put the scissors down now. Stop trying to stab me, please calm down baby"!!!!

    I was not doing anything, just standing there being questioned like everyday so this would shock me that he could think up new tricks to say loudly so the neighbours thought I was crazy.


    And when he was saying that loudly I was punched in stomach, eye, then put in a chokehold so quickly my groans were over talked by his 'lovely calming talk' the neighbours would hear.

    It was so disgusting no one would believe me at school or doctors either.

    I feel and know what they do. After nine yrs I rang Mum and Dad and went back to live in one of their rental houses (paying of course), but it took 10 more yrs till they saw him in the 'real act' finally as he was demanding money from them.

    Please grow stronger sweetie xxxx
     
  18. Cattail

    Cattail New Member

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    All strength to you Berry. Bless you xx
     
  19. Cattail

    Cattail New Member

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    They make you question yourself. You say to yourself it wasn't that bad when it was.

    It always was that bad.
     
  20. MsAnais

    MsAnais Verified Clinical Psychologist (AU)

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    Huge love to you Berry. :rose:
     
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