Discussion in 'Allison Baden-Clay of Australia' started by marlywings, Jun 3, 2014.
I think those tissues should be tested for dampness :whistle:
Why would they, as far as they are concerned their son killed their daughter
AGREED, and dust and dirt would be little more than you would bring home from a cross country.
yes I noticed that little dig
And on the morning of the 20th they had no grounds to collect evidence, she was missing not dead at that stage, so anything collected then would be inadmissable in court.
the legal argument has been going for some time.....obviously neither party wants to give ground on the issue.
Re: the dresses ----------- yes !
It's been established (to my satisfaction at least) that Allison was very apologetic about not returning the dresses far sooner. I'd go so far as to suggest Allison was embarrassed about it. So to my mind, despite all the problems with which she was forced to contend, she would have had the dresses either ready in the car, or placed within the house at a location she'd be sure to see next morning. I'm curious about those dresses as well, Aliwonders. Where were they? Were they in the vehicle when police seized it? Were they elsewhere? Did the friend ever receive them?
I think I saw a photo where there was a forensic van in their drive pretty early on.
Yeah. Also If you had any sense, you'd take a spare set of clothes, change into them before getting back in the car, (or wear overalls or something for the messy stuff) then throw the lot in the wash when you got home.
Was out this afternoon and am finally caught up. So glad the prosecution has been bringing up many of the same points that we've all had!
Or toss them to someone else for disposal
These two Byrne's aren't related are they?
Or give them to your trusty helper to get rid of.
I didn't know that. So does that mean the phones, cars etc being taken by police is also inadmissable.
Wonder what he meant here with "honestly"? Sounds exasperated/annoyed to me but I'm not sure why - ?
David Murray @TheMurrayD · 2h
Fuller reads out the blog. Gerard laughs, says 'honestly', defence asks to raise a matter and jury told to leave #badenclay
It was declared a crime scene. Crime scene.
3:00pm: The jury has been called to return to the courtroom.
Court is in session.
Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...y-13-week-4-20140701-3b55i.html#ixzz36Bq6OY5Z
Yes I thought that he may have become somewhat exasperated by the prosecution.
Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 22s
We're back. #badenclay
I think he is lying about that as he also said she was watching the footy show when he went to bed that night.
enough discussion already!