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

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

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  1. Sor Juana

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    Remember OW's rant at the bail heading that "all will be revealed"? I wonder if she expected this much to be revealed. The sex (and more sex) the lies (and more lies) etc etc. All we are missing now are the videotapes.
     
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    And Todd Fuller QC was the Prosecutor :heartbeat:
     
  4. marlywings

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    Sure was :)
     
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    More than a few of us have been patiently awaiting OW's promised revelation

    The JCB came along to claim something fairly monumental occurred in court -- yesterday ?

    Can hardly contain myself
     
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    oh I forgot that!..


    * :facepalm::floorlaugh:
     
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    Imo, TM is the kind of woman that would confront Allison that she's the next in line to be Mrs BC, or at least heavily hint at it. I think she wouldn't be able to help herself.
    Allison avoided confrontation, but not TM. jmho
     
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    There's just something about a man prepared to carry a wig around town

    it's


    sort of


    oddly


    sexy
     
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    TM turned to water when she saw Allison at the gym, remember

    TM needed a shoulder to cry on and Allison was a nurturing, caring woman

    After half a cup of coffee, I can just hear TM asking, 'And did it only last three and a half seconds with you, too?'
     
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    I wouldn't say monumental exactly, but slight (and I stress the word slight) cause for concern on appeal (if convicted of course).

    The one thing I will say is that I hope the prosecution have nailed it this time around because retrials always favour the defendant.
     
  11. Trooper

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    is it ever.. if one hangs around Supreme Courts right across Australia, a way to pass the time is to get a good close look at the shoes the Silks wear.. in this area, they go completely off the grid.. it has the effect on me that bound feet had to ancient Chinese..

    and that's enough about me and my fetishes..
     
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    You could always send them a letter, outlining your concerns. Send it by courier would be my tip
     
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    Can you believe that I will be in Brisbane from about 10am Monday to Wednesday next week? I am tossing up whether to go to court as I think Monday is going to be very interesting. I'm still deciding whether to go or not.
     
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    a retrial didn't favour Robert Farquarson.. ( the man who drove his 3 kids into a dam on Fathers Day to get back at the wife for having the good car in the divorce settlement.) in fact, he got a few more years added to the sentence dished out in his original trial. . . so it isn't a matter of always...
     
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    in addition to that, Allison phone would not be missing.
     
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    Oh yeah ---- Trooper !

    POINT !
     
  18. Mrs Saint Laurent

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    Hi everyone

    I agree the tweets are great and of course better than not having them. However I can't help but feel the cross examination is either missing the punchy comebacks or they are just not being reported/tweeted.

    Does anyone know if court transcripts are publicly available and are these available now or just after the trial?

    Thanks
    Mrs SL
     
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    I wonder how Pastor Walton-Baden-Walton-Clay is going with preparing his next sermon to a bewildered congregation. Remember way back the email he sent to his parishoners about how they are going to be hearing a lot of dreadful untruths.........I am imagining him tweeting the trial word for word to his congregation until getting to the bit where Gerard asks the prosecutor how much sordid detail he is expected to give and he suddenly realises and rereads what he has tweeted.....
     
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    I should clarify - When I say it always goes in their favour, I don't mean that they are always acquitted. The defence just has far more room to restructure their argument than the prosecution. Plus in a case like this any retrial is likely to be judge only which most believe assists the defendant. This a concern I have with the Cowan conviction, the media releasing details of his abhorrent past has put paid to a trial by jury if a retrial is ordered on appeal.
     
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