The Crown v Gerard Baden-Clay, 2nd July - Trial Day 14, Week 3

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  1. Tishy

    Tishy Liar, liar, pants on fire

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    Defence uses Prosecution's shovel....
     


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    Janeumayer Well-Known Member

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    If that would have been my family, I would have droped everything and gone to Kholo Bridge.
     
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    Kate Kyriacou @KateKyriacou · 26m

    Gerard says yes, there were "a number" of people he went to for sex "and we've talked about some of them". #badenclay

    Wait, what? Some being Toni, Jacqui, and Michelle, so who else was there? If those 3 were all there were, wouldn't he have said "we've talked about all of them"..????
     
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    Business as usual!!!

    As others have commented, this is mighty interesting. Pretty much confirmation right there that the scratches weren't self inflicted.

    I don't know why hasn't occurred to me before, but I would almost guarantee that he frequented brothels.

    Under intense cross examination and he still manages to let everyone what a Good Guy Greg he is. ******* Steve more like you <modsnip>

    Snap Camp Chair!
     
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    So they can say they tried..

    You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear..... another pig reference....lol
     
  6. Amee

    Amee Active Member

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    Allison Baden-Clay had been prescribed the anti-depressant Zoloft.

    Allison Baden-Clay had been prescribed the anti-depressant Zoloft. Photo: Andrew Meares

    12:22pm: Mr Byrne asked Dr Robertson to comment on the adverse affects of the anti-depressent drug Zoloft of which the active component in the Serotonin.

    Dr Robertson said elevated levels of Serotonin could cause "Seratonin toxicity" or "Serotonin syndrome" in patients.

    "When you get too much of this drug you can get cases of more profound confusion, increased agitation, unusual behaviours ... elevated temperatures," he said.

    Dr Robertson said the drug could promote "suicide ideation" in people using the medication.

    Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...y-14-week-4-20140702-3b76w.html#ixzz36H5zpP4W
     
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    Caroline Overington &#8207;@overingtonc 38s

    Had Allison been alive with that level of drug in her body, he would have expected very confused behaviour #badenclay

    David Murray &#8207;@TheMurrayD 27s

    Stomach contents inconsistent with ingestion of significant quantity of drug shortly before death - Dr Robertson #badenclay
     
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    I'd say that GBC has probably sold the Lorna Jane's on ebay to help pay for his defence. He would no doubt no exactly what they cost as he probably had to sign off on all of ABC's expenses.
     
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    Sadly doc I can attest to that. My mother suffered a severe stroke in the middle of the night and even though I was only a little girl I still remember when the paramedics transferred her to the trolley, I was shocked that she was urinating even though she was in a coma. Isn't it strange how these things stay with us for 50 or so years. She only lived a few more hours and yet it was this that stayed with me.
     
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    Kate Kyriacou &#8207;@KateKyriacou 1m

    Dr Robertson says Allison's stomach contents were inconsistent with ingesting significant quantity of Sertraline before death. #badenclay
     
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    Kate Kyriacou &#8207;@KateKyriacou 38s

    Dr Robertson has been excused. #badenclay

    David Murray &#8207;@TheMurrayD 27s

    Dr Robertson has finished giving evidence #badenclay
     
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    Kate Kyriacou &#8207;@KateKyriacou 38s

    Defence witness Dr Mark Schramm has been called to the stand. #badenclay

    David Murray &#8207;@TheMurrayD 26s

    Defence witness Dr Mark Schramm called to give evidence #badenclay
     
  13. Trooper

    Trooper Well-Known Member

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    Never... Gerard would never ever pay for sex.. it would be an offense. His whole scenario is getting everything for free.. Gerard opening his wallet ? no way..
     
  14. DrWatson

    DrWatson Verified Thoracic and Vascular Surgeon

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    Yup...!!!!!
     
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    Kate Kyriacou &#8207;@KateKyriacou 39s

    Dr Schramm is a psychiatrist with 20 years experience. #badenclay

    Kate Kyriacou &#8207;@KateKyriacou 22s

    Dr Schramm says a lot of his work is in forensic psychology. #badenclay
     
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    Ive already decided to be deaf to Dr Shramms stuff..... I know I am going to be offended by it.
     
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    I can't answer completely, but i know many antidepressants have suicidal ideation as a side effect, in particular when coming off them. Some drugs need to be carefully withdrawn from your body or you get nasty side-effects including suicide. It's why they say don't just stop taking them. A lot of people have taken antidepressants then felt better so stopped, only to kill themselves.

    ***note this is only from my own reading and i am not a healthcare professional***

    ETA: However I am a professional psych patient LOL
     
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    12:39pm: Dr Robertson has been cross-examined by Crown prosecutor Todd Fuller QC.

    Mr Fuller suggested the levels of the drug Sertraline, sold as Zoloft, found in Mrs Baden-Clay's body did not cause her death.

    "I can't necessarily agree with that completely," Dr Roberston said.

    He said the could be various explanations for the elevated levels of Sertraline found in Mrs Baden-Clay's decomposing body.

    "Whether they indirectly had involvement, I don't know," Dr Robertson said.

    Mr Fuller said the levels of Sertraline in Mrs Baden-Clay's body was not consistent with levels typically reported in Sertraline-related deaths.

    "Correct," Dr Robertson said.

    Dr Robertson has been excused.

    Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/que...y-14-week-4-20140702-3b76w.html#ixzz36H79hPAQ
     
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    Because a devistated husband can drive a car and go and meet people after finding out his wife is in fact dead.... :facepalm:
     
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    It crossed my mind.
     
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