The Crown v Gerard Baden-Clay, 19th June - Trial Day 7, Week 2

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  1. bikerchick

    bikerchick Member

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    Westie, the position of the camera seems to change every few days or every week. Last week it was facing the bus stop near Coles, this week it is facing up towards Kenmore State School. I keep looking at it as I'm driving to work and home.
     


  2. drsleuth

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    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 43s

    Prof Wells was sent photos and reports from various doctors #badenclay


    Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 4s

    Prof Wells says he was sent a number of photographs and reports from doctors on Gerard's injuries. #badenclay
     
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    He's endeavouring to build his status with the interviewer by telling her how important he is.
     
  4. Smegal

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    Too much information yet again Mr BC! Cracked me up how he says at 21 seconds 'we own a real estate agency' and the cop says 'mmmmmm?' in a tone that implies 'your point?' :floorlaugh:

    EDIT: oops, snap Oddsocks, didn't read your post!
     
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    Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 9s

    The court is again being shown photographs of the injuries on Gerard's face. #badenclay

    Prof Wells has described them as "linear abrasions". #badenclay http://bit.ly/badenclayday7
     
  6. Freya1977

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    Didn't we leave off yesterday with the jury half way through listening to a recording? Or was it evidence about the blood/car? I feel like we were supposed to pick up where they left off but instead it went on to more witnesses....am I getting confused?
     
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    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 31s

    Prof Wells describes the most pronounced injuries on Gerard's face as irregular, interrupted, broad, close to parallel #badenclay
     
  8. Amee

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    Wow Unfolding that is confusing. Allison texted Kerry about dropping the ballgowns off after the conference.
    I remember one of the girls saying along the lines of. Mum opened the door to greet us when we got home.
    Im confused now as well :banghead:


    The girl said she had dinner at her grandmother’s the night before and was picked up by her father. She said her mother opened the door when they arrived back home.

    “I did some homework and she helped me. Then we went to bed,” she said.

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...his-wife-allison/story-fnihsrf2-1226950152264
     
  9. Forthegirls

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    I think it was the photos taken later of his skin where the beard had grown...and was then shaved off.
     
  10. drsleuth

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    Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 12s

    Prof Wells says the injuries are due to a form of blunt trauma where an object has come into forceful contact with skin and lifted a layer.

    Prof Wells says the object would not have been smooth. It would have had some irregularity. #badenclay


    Prof Wells says implements such as fingernails, or a claw from a domestic animal would fulfil the type and arrangement of injury.

    The court is being shown a photograph of a disposable razor. #badenclay

    Prof Wells says he can't reconcile that type of razor producing such an injury. #badenclay

    Prof Wells: "I can't see a mechanism whereby that blade could ... cause those sorts of injuries in normal use." #badenclay
     
  11. BJsleuth

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    Yeah that was a bit verbose. "Allison was going to a conference this morning and I had to get the girls ready and to school" would have probably sufficed?
     
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    The dinner with Ms Mollah mustn't have happened, Allison was caught up at hairdressers. She must have gone home, there just wasn't enough time, and Ms Mollah says she had dinner with Allison 3 weeks before she went missing. GBC and girls were at his parents for dinner. jmo

    http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/gerard-baden-clays-wife-lover-apart/2285637/
     
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    Francene Norton ‏@francenenorton 44s

    Prof Wells says fingernails or animal claw could cause the injury. #badenclay

    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 1m

    Can't see how the razor could cause the injuries in normal use - Prof Wells #badenclay
     
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    Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 19s

    Prof Wells says below the abrasions there seems to be some fine linear marks. Conceivably those could have been caused by a razor.


    Prof Wells says below the abrasions there seems to be some fine linear marks. Conceivably those could have been caused by a razor.
     
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    My thoughts are that someone (prosecutor? Media reporting it?) made a mistake saying she had dinner with Kerrianne that night (Thursday 19th). She exchanged texts with her, but I have never heard of them having dinner together that night in any other material about this case.

    In fact, in her testimony which I saw on Monday, Kerianne said the last time she physically saw Allison was in Feb when Allison borrowed the dresses for that real estate event - she only spoke on phone or texted her after that.

    Wendy Mollah (a different friend) was asked to have dinner with Allison on Friday 20th, but couldn't make it.
     
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    What a :rage: he is!
     
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    I have to say that @KateKyriacou is a master tweeter.... her fingers must be typing superfast. She is doing such a great job:loveyou:
     
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    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 31s

    Prof Wells describes the most pronounced injuries on Gerard's face as irregular, interrupted, broad, close to parallel #badenclay
     
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    That sounds right. The Dickies saw it advertised for auction, it never went to auction though.
     
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    Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 1m

    Prof Wells says injuries from shaving are more likely to occur at skin protuberances, pimples, moles. #badenclay http://bit.ly/badenclayday7

    Prof Wells is describing the difference between cuts (straight) and abrasions (raggedy). #badenclay

    Prof Wells says it's an "unusual site" to be getting a shaving injury. #badenclay

    Prof Wells says they are wide areas of abrasion. A razor will produce fine marks. #badenclay
     
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