If you look up the site onthehouse.com you can see the selling history of the investment property.
There is a link to it in the BBC life in jail forum.
Gerard Baden-Clay stood to gain $600,000 from media deal if he was acquitted of murdering wife Allison
July 20, 2014 12:00AM
GERARD Baden-Clay was wheeling and dealing behind bars to gain up to $2 million if hed been acquitted of murdering his wife Allison.
The day before the remorseless killer was found guilty, he bragged to prison guards he would soon be a free man and a wealthy one too.
Baden-Clay would have walked out to a media deal of at least $600,000, negotiated by his family as he awaited trial.
Which reminds me of that question from Allison's journal "Do you regret the whole thing or just being caught?"Still catching up on the thread......
But just in regard to GBC's tears being all for himself (as we always suspected)......I'm reading another book by FBI profiler John Douglas and he says this about many of the murderers he's interviewed in prison:
"...[they] would bemoan the fact that their lives were ruined, tears streaming down their faces - ruined, in their minds, not because of what they did but because they were caught."
The Anatomy of Motive, Pocket Books 1999, page 24.
PS It's a GREAT book!
Thanks AliW, but surely that shouldn't be reported as money (property) he
has just sitting there. Or is it just media lying again.:scared:
$1,000,000 from Allison's insurance
$ 600,000 from interview
$ 400,000 from sale of investment property
$2,000,000 million minimum in my books
The Baden-Clay family had mortgaged at least one property to fund his trial.
no wonder Elaine walked out if it was her house mortgaged.
I am still of the opinion that the BC's house in Durness st. is rented by them. I know I was corrected by another poster a while ago,but I was told by a person whom I have complete faith in.
We used to have an account with R.P.Data, but do not anymore, so I cannot look it up. Not that it matters in the scheme of things. It is really their business.
I hope that with the advances in examining DNA there is a possibility that the degraded material found under Allison's fingernails may yield evidence that GBC and his family cannot deny.
Not everyone is the same, Karo. I know i would support my son no matter what, but no way would i cover up for him. I have a special needs adult son and he knows this and i trust him to tell me the truth no matter what.
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Interesting snippet in this article which accords with earlier speculation on WS about Rafting Ground Road area:
"... During the police investigation, detectives questioned her about a comment she made to her former partner... In the statement she said: 'I have been asked about a comment I made to Robert MacKay Wood about whoever did kill Allison would have used the back way through Rafting Ground Road and not gone through Kenmore.
'I did make a comment along those lines because it appeared common sense that whoever did this to Allison would have gone thru Rafting Ground road to get to Anstead.
'I just think that anyone who did not want to be seen would have gone the back way, because there would have been less likelihood they would have been seen.'
“They don’t wear their own clothes, there are a lot of limits,” the official said.
“It’s a fairly austere life at the best of times.”
The Baden-Clay family gathered at the family home at Kenmore yesterday and were visited by defence solicitor Peter Shields.
“I won’t be making any comment. It’s difficult for everyone but I won’t be making any comment and neither will the family,” Mr Shields said.
“No I won’t be (saying how they’re feeling). I think sometimes some things just call for a dignified silence.”
From an article in the courier mail
Not only is Rafting Ground Rd the "back way" - it is also the most direct way from the BC house, both to the Bwanahouse and also to Kholo Creek. Nobody who lives in Brookfield that I know of would dream of going all the way up into Kenmore then back out again, when Rafting Ground Rd is the direct way. Unless there are roadworks - which there have been recently, but weren't in April 2012.