The Verdict Waiting Room #2

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

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  1. Freya1977

    Freya1977 Well-Known Member

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    TimArvier ‏@TimArvier9 1m

    Judge and Jury have gone for lunch. Back at 2:15pm #badenclay
     


  2. Indromum

    Indromum New Member

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    The crowd was told to calm down last Friday by a baliff!
     
  3. Thinking

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    She probably demanded it given the circumstances (and possibly her frail mental state?)
     
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    Good morning all :) err... afternoon should I say.
    Looks like I can get some work done in their lunch break.
    Loved the tweet reports on the 'knitters' - LOL - its wonder they weren't interviewed.
     
  5. Her Honour

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    IMO perhaps to shield her from media interrogation before and after testimony. Is the likeliest of the possibilities.
     
  6. Mrs G Norris

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    Once it gets to lunchtime I lose hope of a verdict for the day .. :(
     
  7. Freya1977

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    Sarah Elks ‏@sarahelks 1m

    Lunch at the #badenclay murder trial. Justice John Byrne will not take a verdict until 2.15pm at the earliest.


    Tessa Scott ‏@TessaScott9 1m

    No verdict between 1pm - 2:15pm for court lunch break. @9NewsBrisbane #badenclay
     
  8. Total

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    Police 'thank you Ms TM for your fifth statement. You now realise that you will be called on as a witness in court'.

    TM: 'oh no, I cannot face GM I am scared I will throw myself at him in front of the court, embrace him and tell him it is ok, I will wait, and I will retract everything I have said'.

    Police: 'no worries Ms TM we will escort you, ensure you don't have to mingle with anyone at the court, we will put you up in a nice hotel and walk you to and from the court room through a private entrance.'

    police to Police: 'aw ****, another one to babysit, I still think she is involved somehow, I wonder if we ever find the evidence? So let's draw straws, looser has to be with her!'
     
  9. Freya1977

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    Jamie McKinnell ‏@jamie86 53s

    We're approaching the 16 hour mark in #Badenclay jury deliberations, now no verdict before 2:15pm @NewsTalk4BC
     
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    Picked up on that wording too. Maybe Channel 9 have a fly on the wall in the jury room!!!
     
  11. squizzey1

    squizzey1 Verified insider - Allison Baden-Clay case

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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DONT say that:please:
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 2m

    We're breaking for lunch. No verdict before 2.15pm. #badenclay
     
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    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    We certainly don't want jurors deliberating on an empty stomach. I could not even start studying for exams unless I had opened a packet of mint slice biscuits. Funny, I can't stand them now.
     
  14. Camp Chair

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    How about before 2.45pm or after 3.15pm? (ie before or after school run) :please:
     
  15. they'll get you

    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    During lunch do the jurors go to the local and walk around outside or stay inside the courthouse a chat over cucumber & cheddar samiches and drink from foam cups?

    I can imagine if the jurors venture outside the crowd would part like Moses commanding the Red Sea.
    O'Lilac one several steps behind waving and yelling 'my shout, wait for me'!
     
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    Thinking about Mrs Dickie and her "cool as a cucumber" comment.
     
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    The knitters reminds me of Madame Defarge...

    This waiting for a verdict is a bit like being in Labour seems endless and just goes on and on...

    If only the judge could ask for a caesarean
     
  18. Total

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    O'lilac :floorlaugh::floorlaugh:
     
  19. squizzey1

    squizzey1 Verified insider - Allison Baden-Clay case

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    glad I have never been in labour then ,is it REALLY worse than this , couldn't be :laughing:
     
  20. Freya1977

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    Well imagine this, only being in agony at the same time. Mind you, I've never been in labour so I'm just guessing!
     
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