The Crown v Gerard Baden-Clay, 9th July - Trial Day 17

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

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  1. Timmy

    Timmy Member

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    Ha ha. Went shopping with my son today and the checkout lady had a blues jersey on and he wouldn't let me go through her checkout, even though she had no one at the checkout.... He made me do self serve !
     


  2. marlywings

    marlywings Former Member

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    :floorlaugh::truce:
     
  4. KG1

    KG1 Registered user

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    I left out the word purple when I originally posted the above comment. Sorry - it now makes more sense (to me at least).:facepalm:

    I have noticed the predominance of wearing something purple among the two BC women and other women who are with them sometimes. Does anyone know what this signifies, if anything?
     
  5. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    They are fake. That's what it means! This is not a game of football and they are not on the purple team and Allison's family are not on a yellow team. Yellow is for Allison and respect and remembrance of a death of a mother of three little girls.
    They should be showing respect and wearing yellow if their golden child is innocent.

    IMHOO
     
  6. itsthevibe

    itsthevibe Verified insider - Allison Baden-Clay case

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    OK - so he strangled her in a fight outside as they were standing up - and then she fell to the ground?

    Is there another way she could have got the leaves in her hair - say if he did smother or strangle her in the bed and then in taking the body out to the car he either dropped her, or dragged her along the patio because she was so heavy.

    But I am thinking you could be right Berry, that the entire thing happened outside and that they went out there because they were arguing and didnt want to disturb the girls. Although the risks of neighbours hearing might have been a concern. Would he have been more likely to kill her outside? Or in the privacy of their bedroom where no one could see. I'm not really sure.
     
  7. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    I doubt we'll never know.
     
  8. MadDoc

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    I think it was Her Honour.
     
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    I think it was Her Honour.

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    Found on Google Images - a stone fox.
     
  10. MadDoc

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    Another stone fox from Google Images.

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  11. Inspector

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    As I have said before, I think that it happened outside, and that dear Scraps is the only witness to this (dogs can't testify). It would certainly explain the leaf litter, especially if G lifted A into the car after the fact. :moo:
     
  12. BJsleuth

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    There were leaves etc in the footwell of the Captiva, that's all we have heard that I'm aware of.
     
  13. Chief of Funtime

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    Outside . Out the back . Makes sense to me . Not just the leaves . Don't forget scraps .
     
  14. alioop

    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    I know there is a bit of a rule of thumb/theory that the longer the jury takes the more likely it is a guilty verdict. But I also think that a jury can come to a unanimous decision fairly quickly. I think it is made very clear to juries that they have a very big responsibility and must take the time to consider all the evidence. I don't think Breaking News will mind me sharing her jury experience as she has been talking about it tonight. BN told me when when met at court a couple of weeks ago that in the murder trial in which she was a juror, the jury all had made their minds as guilty by the time they started deliberations but because of the judges instructions they still took the time to go through all the evidence. That in itself takes time.
    So JCB I agree with you generally because I think a jury will put more time into making sure they are right in making a guilty verdict even if this means going over the evidence several times just to be sure they are satisfied with guilty. Of course it must happen that there are a minority of jurors who disagree and the majority have to help them understand the evidence. That is what usually happens when it takes a long time to reach a verdict. It's all tricky to comment on because what happens in the jury room is supposed to stay in the jury room.

    BN I don't know but will see what I can find.

    Her Honour and spunky Todd came from me.
     
  15. Inspector

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    :yeahthat:
     
  16. BreakingNews

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    Yes Timmy. Susan12 makes perfect sense. Too bad she can't hand the jury a note with her rational and logical reasoning.

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  17. alioop

    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    Unless they were leaves exclusively from Kholo creek they would not have been of any evidentiary value.
     
  18. Webb

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    Interesting....with EBC falling asleep in court today and snoring on and off.....I wonder who did kill ABC.....the defence say she died either by seratonin syndrome, drowning or jumping off bridge, Judge seems to discount all of those theories. Ok so who can you think of....the tooth fairy? IMO
     
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  20. Tishy

    Tishy Liar, liar, pants on fire

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    #supersmartstonecoldfox #toddfullerqc
     
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