The Verdict Waiting Room

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

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  1. hootabelle

    hootabelle Analyst

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    SURELY.... it won't happen. :please:
    I'm confident it will be AT LEAST manslaughter!! :please:
     


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    PrimeSuspect Under the Milky Way

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    A question for Alioop while we wait for justice. Why are the jury not allowed a transcript of the judges summary? It seems to be part of Qld law, but may be different in other parts of Australia. I am just curious about the rationale for this aspect of the law.
     
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    My mum went for a walk this morning and found a single very long stemmed sunflower in a field.
    She dug it up and potted it and bought it over to me.
    I got a tear in my eye and was so dumbfounded I literally had my mouth open.
    She asked what my problem was, she practically knows everything about this case except for the significance of sunflowers.
    She couldn't believe the coincidence either when I explained it to her.
     
  7. Freya1977

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    Yes, I remember when she posted that. I was not a member yet but a "lurker". Allison was calling out to be found :(
     
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  10. squizzey1

    squizzey1 Verified insider - Allison Baden-Clay case

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    omg justice for Allison , definitely guilty and today just has to be with all these coincidences:jail:
     
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    Oh wow! That is amazing. Post dated 28 April 11.38pm. Author Alicat. Very special.
    Got goosebumps. Lots of positive things happening today. Some outright spooky! Good signs I feel in my bones.
     
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    That is amazing in retrospect. I think we don't follow our instincts enough really, usually for fear of others thinking we're nuts. Most people acknowledge that animals, even our pets, can sense danger, death, etc, - it stands to reason that we should be able to as well. Not talking about ghosts or voices - just recognising what our senses are telling us.
     
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    Looks like manslaughter and or murder are under discussion.
    And the matter is being taken seriously.
    (I see they weren't asking about any "famous"ancestors).
     
  14. BJsleuth

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    I agree! It goes back to the days of evolution. We used to rely a lot more on the unspoken, along the way, we forgot that those instincts were important and ensured our survival. We need to trust them. Occasionally they're wrong but that's OK, we shouldn't dismiss them for that reason but learn from the experience to improve the skill. It is very useful.
     
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    Have they said if the jury will deliberate in the weekend if necessary, if they aren't going to, I'll vote for a verdict late this afternoon. I think the jury will be over it if told to come back Monday, especially if there have been a few telling offs by the Judge, I'm not as confident now as I was after Fuller's summing up that we would get the result we all want.
    Hopefully I'm just being a pessimist because juries bother me.
     
  16. Freya1977

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    Yes I remember it really freaked her out, I'm not surprised! I think she posted a few months back...not sure if she's been on since the trial began.
     
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    They notified the judge they'd decided not to deliberate on the weekend.
     
  18. BJsleuth

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    Hahaha! Really? Why aren't this jury impressed by this? Lol
     
  19. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    I'm pretty sure I saw Kate on twitter say they don't sit on weekends.
     
  20. Freya1977

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    Absolutely! I think there is so much we don't understand about this mysterious world....
     
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