The Crown v Gerard Baden-Clay, 16th June - Trial Day 4

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

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  1. Jo04

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    My love to your friend I hope one day she will be happy. Men!!!! If Allison was so depressed was she ever hospitalised?


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    Grasping at straws ...... Desperately.
     
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    I appreciated your post, Minerva.. I acknowledge what you point out.. I'm thinking of Gerard's business partners whom he scammed and actually robbed ,according to the forensic accountants statement.. they must have suffered badly... his staff, whom he didn't pay, ..

    I take on board the Prado insurance, too. but my main focus is on the Insurance Policy on Alisons life .. that bill was due on April 6th. with a payment of $1100.00,... if he didn't pay it by May 9th, it would cancel out the insurance altogether.. he didn't pay it, and from April 6th, until April 19th... ( Alisons day of death) that policy was on a shoestring,. .. either he had to pay it, or he had to claim on it..
     
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    Justice for Allison :jail:
     
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    Also .. Did you know the Baden-Clays are somehow related to the Baden-Powells .. you know that guy that started the scout movement and what not .. Oh you all did .. well hey .. just thought I'd remind everyone just in case they forgot or something .. That's Baden-Clay, as in Baden-Powell, as in quite prominent and a BARON and what not, just so you all know :floorlaugh:
     
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    Thank goodness all this IMHO slanderous testimony harking back to years ago is placed in the court schedule before Allison's friends, family and acquaintances' testimonies. They will be able to make sure they completely counter all of this misleading rubbish with their accounts of her recent busy life - filled with meetings, driving here, there and everywhere, and planning for the future.

    IMHO the account of their differing parenting styles makes it doubly unlikely she would even consider suicide - why would you leave your children behind to be 'parented' with belting and no cuddles at bedtime? Thanks Livvy - own goal there, love.
     
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    Don't forget the hyphen.
     
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    What is annoying me here is the obvious "judging" or "blaming" of Allison for suffering what sounds very like postnatal depression, albeit some years ago. Seems to be her emotional situation circa 2012, is more situational or reactive, given what she was confronting - lying, cheating, defrauding husband - who blamed her for his idiotic behaviour... I work lots with Mum's who suffer PND - & seems to me Allison did her best to work through her situation - sought professional help, was compliant with prescribed treatment etc. Methinks that the task was made harder for her - as there is not a lot of evidence that her husband's family offered much in the way of support or understanding, which I find is a very BIG factor in recovery. Seems she was functioning pretty well as of 2012 - firing along on all fronts - proactively on work, home & parenting, friendships etc.
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 1m

    Court has resumed. #badenclay

    anyone else want to take over the tweets?
     
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    Double barrelled surnames are so suburban-chic :D
     
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    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 1m

    Olivia: Gerard played a significant role in upbringing of kids, took on extra responsibilities #badenclay

    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 1m

    Olivia says Gerard took on added responsibilities around the house. She says he was very hands on with the children. #badenclay
     
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    Fantastic post :) :)


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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 45s

    Olivia says Gerard often helped with meals, or prepared meals. #badenclay

    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 56s

    Olivia: he made sure he was home in the afternoon helping prepare meals and put kids to bed #badenclay
     
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    Whoever takes the tweets get a :cupcake:
     
  17. Trooper

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    I think Gerard starting punishing Alison for having girls.. seems the whole BC family wanted Gerard to have sons.. all this yap about the new grandson.. but he was useless in the sense of inheriting this idiotic palaver the BC's went on about and the Baronetcy.... which only the eldest son could inherit.. and only if he had sons, too...

    if you think about it. the best thing for the whole family would have been for Gerard to utilise his depression, and his depressive ways to off himself.. that way, the younger brother with the son could claim this remote possibility.. wonder if it ever crossed their minds?? and .. you know. it would have solved Gerards financial problem too. and his sexual problem.. would have been a noble thing for Gerard to do for the family, really.. but no.. he chose the more complicated way.. .. murder your wife, try and call it suicide, claim the insurance, and trot off into the sunset with adopted sons..

    how very very peculiar..
     
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    Leonie Mellor ‏@leoniemellor 59s

    Olivia Walton tells court Gerard very involved in his children's lives. "He just adored them." #badenclay @abcnews

    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 48s

    Olivia: Allison was on a diet and walking #badenclay

    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 48s

    Olivia says on the morning of April 20, Gerard asked her if it was too early to call the police. #badenclay
     
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    a big open hand
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 47s
    Olivia says on the morning of April 20, Gerard asked her if it was too early to call the police. #badenclay

    oops .. bit telling that ..
     
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