The Crown v Gerard Baden-Clay, 10th July - Trial Day 18

Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay of Australia' started by marlywings, Jun 3, 2014.

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  1. BJsleuth

    BJsleuth New Member

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    I don't. I learnt it from my sister, I'm unsure where she picked it up though! Lol
     


  2. catswhiskers

    catswhiskers Active Member

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    Yes the confiscated one wasn't Australian. alioop provided a link for the authorised one available to this jury.
     
  3. TootsieFootsie

    TootsieFootsie Well-Known Member

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    I hear a sound like that sometimes like a clash of metal.
    It could be exploding head syndrome.
    http://insomnia.ygoy.com/exploding-head-syndrome/

    Quote Originally Posted by Frisbee View Post
    Last night I was in bed around midnight trying to sleep and mulling a few things over in my mind on all of this.

    Just as I was dropping off to sleep I received a "message".

    It was in the form of a very loud clanging metal door....
     
  4. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    I feel if her nails were protected from the elements, (hidden in the sleeves) with a good brand nail polish should easily last the 11 days. Of course unless it was still drying when she was attacked.
    Just a hunch.
    Where's Doc Watson when we need him!! Doc, did I read somewhere fingernails last a long time and appear to keep growing on a deceased person??

    "There is pink nail polish on the fingernails, which is worn and absent in areas".



    warning-autopsy.
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30810&d=1363404040
     
  5. possumheart

    possumheart Well-Known Member

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    It is definitely out there somewhere. I will look for if.
     
  6. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    Wise words from the song Shake Ya Tailfeather: "your body is banging but where your brains at?"
     
  7. Fuskier

    Fuskier Well-Known Member

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    Somehow he managed to gain the service of one of our best silks on Legal Aide. Wonder what would draw such a silk to this case? The publicity? Certainly not the legal aide money?
     
  8. Snails

    Snails New Member

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    More interesting reading from the best book I have ever purchased -

    http://samvak.tripod.com/narcissismself.html

    "Narcissists cannot delay gratification. They are creatures of the here and now, because they feel boundlessly entitled. When forced to specialise or persist, they feel stagnation and "death". It is not a matter of choice but a structural constraint. This is the way a narcissist is built, this is his modus operandi, and his vacillating style of life and dizzying array of activities are written into his operations manual.
    As a direct result, the narcissist cannot form a stable marital relationship, or reasonably devote himself to his family, or maintain an on going business, or reside in one place for long, or dedicate himself to a single profession or to one career, or complete his academic studies, or accumulate material wealth.
    Narcissists are often described as indolent, labile, unstable, unreliable, unable and unwilling to undertake long-term commitments and obligations, or to maintain a job, or a career path. The narcissist's life is characterised by jerky, episodic careers, relationships, marriages, and domiciles. He is volatile, erratic, flexible, and ephemeral."
     
  9. Ooohm

    Ooohm Well-Known Member

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    I don't want to know anything personal about the jurors, but man...what an idiot.
     
  10. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    Holly Bobo...someone finally arrested.
     
  11. AAAA

    AAAA New Member

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    But then we had Dennis Ferguson paedophile? At Wolston I believe.? To have a jail and a jail farm so close to homes and schools etc, I just don't get it. Bring back Boggo Road I think. I know it's antiquated but spruce it up a little and re- use that space. It's JAIL not a holiday camp!
     
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    Hello Greg. Pleased to meet you.
    Good post. I too thought this guy had "bumped her off."
    Greg, I am assuming you are a male .......
    I came to the same conclusion ....
    Not using words like ..... "This guy has bumped her off..."
    I used words like ....."This guy is lying about something."
    And ; RED FLAG alert
    Something is not right here.
    Oh, I do wish the Jurers could view that video.
     
  13. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    Hardened crims, murderers and pedophiles should be housed in the Simpson dessert. Firstly put them inside a big high fence, secondly give them good soil and water to grow their own food, they can live on ferrel pigs and rabbits and then give them bricks and tin to build and fend for themselves. Oh and a shovel and some stinging nettles for toilet.
    They want to murder and rape, good, they can murder and rape each other.
    I'm sick to the stomach to think a pedophile gets better treatment than our pensioners.

    Is that the answer to your question AAAA or would like the harsh version? :/
     
  14. Susan12

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    Still catching up so apologies if this was answered on later pages but if they both had iPhones then yes they could have been using iMessage for texts which uses the Internet.
     
  15. Snails

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    Fortunately Denis Ferguson died a few years ago.

    http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/paedophile-ferguson-fought-to-the-end-20121231-2c2f0.html


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
  16. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    Did the jury member google 'taking the fifth' or 'self incrimination' or 'crime scene'.
    Obviously he/she is just as stupid as the defendant. :(
     
  17. Susan12

    Susan12 Active Member

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    You know I was thinking and in proposing what could have happened to Allison the defence would have come up with the best alternative scenario to murder they could think of to suggest to the jury. That the best they could come up with was so ridiculous makes me even moreso think he did it and there's no reasonable alternative to what happened.
     
  18. Her Honour

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    In no way attempting to emulate Alioop, just that I'm here for one more minute before my self-imposed curfew and can answer your pertinent question with two quick links:

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cab-rank_rule

    http://www.qldbar.asn.au/index.php/instructing-a-barrister2/about-barristers

    Night Sleuthys, loveyousealleventhedissenters
     
  19. zwiebel

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    Wonder if it was this Wisconsin guide the juror downloaded? It comes up early when you google about how to approach deliberations, and is temptingly simple and clear to a person daft enough not to realise it might not be entirely relevant to a juror in another country. Especially one who has been directed by a judge not to look up things on the internet!

    I'm quite surprised the juror was allowed to continue - or that the judge didn't at least ask if they'd also looked up GBC's trial on the internet.

    https://www.wicourts.gov/services/juror/docs/deliberate.pdf

    *I saw the channel 10 post about 'the verdict' being in - what a disappointment!
     
  20. AAAA

    AAAA New Member

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    Maybe they have Ladybird, but they've been instructed not to take notice of this. They'd have to have been living under a rock not to have seen it.
     
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