Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay of Australia' started by marlywings, Jun 3, 2014.
I also think along these same lines moo
With a few people discussing 'signs' and 'messages from above' I thought I would share something that happened to me yesterday.
Unfortunately, I was on my way to a funeral yesterday afternoon.
(An old friends wife had died last week from the bastard we refer to as cancer.)
Here in Adelaide it was a miserable cold day with some pretty wild weather.
My drive was on roads I normally don't travel and was going by memory of Google Maps to get me to the correct address.
The rain was coming down so hard I could barely see the lanes. Then hail.
I was preparing to turn left on to the road where the chapel is located and saw that the time was 2.59 (the service began at 3).
As I pulled into that road, and the service started, the rain stopped, the first sign of sun that day came out and a rainbow appeared.
Was like a movie.
It didn't last long at all and in the few minutes it took me to park and make my way inside the rain was back.
Channel Ten is saying that the jury has reached a verdict
Hope it's not typical TV BS though.
Eammon Atkinson ‏@EAtkinson7 21m
#BadenClay jury asks judge to explain the difference between 'murder' and 'manslaughter' @7NewsBrisbane
No verdict yet in the #BadenClay trial. The jury will continue deliberating tomorrow at 9.30am. @7NewsBrisbane
4:33pm: Legal argument has ended and court has adjourned.
Find our full coverage of the trial here.
4:18pm: Court has resumed for legal argument.
But there will be no verdict in the trial today.
The jury has been dismissed for the day.
The seven men and five women of the jury will return to continue their deliberations tomorrow morning.
Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...y-18-week-5-20140710-3bnzp.html#ixzz372wg8Myo
(Hello, new here)
My understanding of iMessage - when you open a previous message on your phone - say to your sister - the phone at that point communicates with your sisters phone to determine if it's using iMessage or will need an SMS sent instead (assuming you have theses features switched on).
Ie - I'll sometimes open a previous message ready to send a new message, and it will be green (SMS), but in a few seconds it will change to blue iMessage). My guess is my phone asks my sisters phone "hey, you on iMessage right now?" and my sisters phone responds "hey, yes! Send when ready!" and voila, iMessage using data is ready to go.
As for Find My iPhone - this can be switched off in settings. I use Find My iPhone quite a bit (check on a child who walks to school!) and never once has it "not worked" assuming child's phone is on. Gerard was a bit of a "gadget guy" I hear, he probably knew how to do this and even mentioned it "not working" since the messages he was sending were for the polices benefit. Of all mornings for it not to work!
Ebony Cavallaro ‏@ebonycavallaro 39m
Jury has been sent home for the day in #badenclay trial - no verdict today @9NewsBrisbane
Michael Kersnovske ‏@MKersnovske 1m
Ahead in @tennewsqld @GreenhalghSarah is live from the Supreme Court with all the details on the #badenclay trial pic.twitter.com/pUp1xfEihx
Nine News Australia ‏@9NewsAUS 38m
MT @TessaScott9: Jury has been told to go home for the day. Back for deliberations tomorrow morning at 9.30am #badenclay
My thought were pretty much the same.
Lets hope it wasn't the same jurer who had the busted chair - that would be way to weird for me to handle.
Oh stupid Channel 10! Why do they say these things when they aren't sure??
The seven men and five women of the jury left the courthouse on Thursday having failed to reach a verdict after deliberating for more than five hours from 11.10am.
Their deliberations were interrupted when it was revealed one juror had downloaded material from the internet. The material was from an overseas commentator who wrote about the role of a jury in a criminal trial.
Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...ns-continue-20140710-zt35q.html#ixzz372yG41OT
So they're asking about murder v manslaughter. Interesting. I dare say they would not be asking that if he were going to be acquitted.... Hopefully??
- phew, that was way too quick for a considered verdict!
Could they just get rid of that juror and call in one of the reserves?
Yikes!! What case was that? Fellow Kiwi here :seeya:
My guess David Bain http://www.3news.co.nz/At-a-Glance-...-Bain/tabid/423/articleID/349152/Default.aspx
Me too. It is an unbearable thought and I truly believe he would have the gall to do such strutting around Kenmore