- May 15, 2014
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Didn't they have Mince for dinner that night? Isn't it supposed to be sweet?
Hi everyone. Phew! Things were moving along so fast this afternoon, I had no time at all to check the board or hit refresh in between posting tweets. I'm really sorry if I've doubled up and I know I missed a few tweet updates here and there. Not that familiar with tweeting protocol either, but I hope that at least some of what I've posted was ok and made sense. Massive thanks to others who posted and especially those who were in court. Biggest thanks goes to Marly, who was lightning-fast with answers to questions and always moderates with empathy and wisdom. Right, I'm off now to re-visit all that happened today on here and read comments from others that I will have missed.
I'm having trouble getting this straight - NBC was a prosecution witness, was examined by Mr Fuller on direct and then turned over to Mr Byrne for cross examination...all within 40 minutes?
Where were the tough questions? Has his examination been completed? Will the prosecution re-direct on Monday? This seems to be so wishy washy IMO
ETA: Thankyou so much for everyone posting the twitter feeds, I know there are so many of us who appreciate it. I'm following this from my FIFO job OS, not getting as much done as I would like
who does Nige think he's kidding? let's take a look here.. Alison is working at century 21, where Nige 'puts up signs' ,... why is she working there? because Gerard had to fire Toni from the position, because Alison found out he was bonking her all around Brookfield in the car, and Alison also stepped up and took that job..
Nige and Elaine were at the office when all this went down.. not quite 7months before ALisons murder!...
If my husband went missing Id be calling his parents instead of mine. At what time was Allison's parents told? Before or after the police were involved? Has that been mentioned?
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Although it doesn't mention it in this report, from memory of the phone records, I believe he called Allison's parents after he'd phoned police.
May 04, 2012
Speaking exclusively to The Courier-Mail yesterday, Mr Dickie and wife Priscilla recalled how life had become a nightmare since receiving the call from their son-in-law Gerard on Friday two weeks ago.
"He (Mr Baden-Clay) just said she went for a walk and she didn't return - that's all he said," Mr Dickie said.