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

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

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  1. Makara

    Makara Former Member

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    Yes her last message :(

    Zoomed to show time stamp...

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    I would love to hear what it is you know, kiwijayne... are we allowed to ask that here?
     
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    :) Yes explain that one. Please?
     
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    Private ? Sounds fishy to me....desperation ? :cool:
     
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    Plus...correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the insect bite on the left side of his neck, and the scratches on his right?
     
  7. kiwijayne

    kiwijayne Well-Known Member

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    I worked and lived in Brookfield at the time this happened. I walked to work that very morning along the very route that OW apparently searched for Allison. I never saw Allison or her(in fact I had never seen Allison out walking at all). I had to walk right past her house to get to my destination. In fact the other employees from work drove that route and not one person said they saw anything that morning. After lunch some said they had seen the police at the showgrounds. We also all knew she was missing as police came to work.
     
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    On my phone Samsung s4 the time stamp is underneath the text message. I know she had an iPhone though. Is the time stamps above on an iPhone?

    So if the time stamp is below she would've sent the text at 9.25pm
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  9. Makara

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    Correct Marly. I only looked at the time of the first message from Kerrie-Anne. So at 7:50pm Allison was probably at home.
     
  10. kiwijayne

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    Wonder if his defence is on here watching this?:lurk:
     
  11. Forthegirls

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    Just catching up... Indeed. My heart breaks for ALLISON'S beautiful and oh so innocent girls :heartbeat::heartbeat::heartbeat:
     
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    The time frame just gets more and more blurred for me - the younger children were coming to GBC for a sleepover on the Friday night, and then why would Allison plan a dinner with a friend. They were quite young children and certainly would have needed a Mum at home during a sleepover.

    Now the screams, didn't think to come forward beforehand, in the early days there was much talk about a group of teenagers having a party near the river and sound possibly carrying, that won't have nudged your memory?
    This case is getting stranger, it would appear the only evidence they have against him is the gouges on his face, I am thinking he might walk. Surely we can't be outsmarten by GBC
     
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    That time stamp is very significant! So at 7.50pm she was still fully intending to go to the conference, and apparently in a good mood (no "sorry something has come up, will chat later" or "not a good time to talk"). She is free to send messages of full sentences with all words correctly spelled out, no evidence of rushing around, arguing, being angry or upset....

    Good find.
     
  14. they'll get you

    they'll get you On Time Out

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    :goodpost: hits the spot as always Fusky :)
     
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    Exactly - I think the "boy" pressure was largely from the BC side, for sure. I can't believe the defence is so desperate they are bringing it up repeatedly as a possible reason for suicide?? Ridiculous - and Mrs Dickie clearly agreed the other day (that the notion is ridiculous)!
     
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    I took it as being 7:50pm as well, so wondered if she was home by than or still at the hairdressers?? Still so many unanswered questions :tantrum:
     
  17. Jo04

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    I still think Allison sent the text at 9.25pm as on my phone the time stamps are underneath the msgs


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  18. Freya1977

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    I think you should. Maybe contact the PT :p

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    It is so important that you tell the police this information.
    So, I wonder where O and G drove to that morning? Checking someplace else, for the phone / disposing of tarps, gloves , etc ... maybe?
     
  20. kiwijayne

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    PT? Is that the prosecution?
     
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