Previous threads can be found using the links below, One being very first and so on…
One (26/04/12) here Two (14/05/12) here Three (17/05/12) here Four (20/05/2012) here Five (23/05/12) here Six (26/05/12) here Seven (28/05/12) here Eight (30/0512) here Nine (02/06/12) here Ten (08/06/12) here
Hi folks well we are around 2 months into this sorry saga and as it stands, we have a Killer or Killers still out there.
- The facts are, one or more person known to Allison killed her.
- Maybe one or more others known to her, helped in the crime and or after the fact.
- Maybe one or more others known to her, helped in transporting her body
- Maybe one or more others known to her, helped in Disposing her body
- Maybe one or more others known to her, helped in clean up of one or more crime scenes
The rest is in the previous multitude of Posts and thousands of good bad and ugly theories, Various Modus operandi ,comments and arguments etc here on the site, can be found up the top or via these links.
- Allison Baden-Clay Murder Investigation continues here… (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- Allison Baden-Clay-toxicology results released- Arrests closer (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- Focus on clues in search for killer of Allison Baden-Clay (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- How much longer till the police pounce on Baden-Clay killer? (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- Alison Baden-Clay Investigation-Police interview owners of same type of cars (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- Allison Baden-Clay Murder Investigation- Everyone is under pressure (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- 4 Weeks since Allison Baden-Clay vanished, later found murdered…UPDATES (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- What has happened to missing mother Allison Baden-Clay? (aussiecriminals.wordpress.com)
- Allison Baden-Clay’s husband Gerard had an affair,But we all knew that… (aussiecriminals.com.au)
- Baden-Clay’s cause of death may remain secret (news.com.au)
- Allison Baden-Clay murder investigation hampered by delays in forensics (aussiecriminals.com.au)
Here is a gallery of all the pictures that have captured what are sure to be revealed as pivotal moments in this tragedy as well as ensuring the conviction of the perpetrators involved.
Allison Baden-Clay murder: Rumour of indemnity application for accessory rejected
QUEENSLAND’S top lawmaker has denied claims he’s been approached to grant immunity to a suspect in the murder of Allison Baden-Clay, but says he would be happy to consider such an application by police in the future.
Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie yesterday blasted Ipswich councillor Paul Tully for blogging about an alleged offer of immunity from prosecution to a person who may face charges over the murder, as an accessory before or after the fact.
“If the police put in a request I have the power to grant immunity to someone if they believe they can get someone by evidence that’s going to incriminate someone else, but I haven’t had that approach as far as I know,” he said.
“I’d just caution Cr Tully from spectacularly blogging about murder cases in Queensland and encourage him to get back to his constituents.
“He’s not a journalist, he’s a councillor.”
Mr Bleijie said the application was not unheard of, and he’d granted immunity in the past because sometimes it was “better to get the real bad person rather than the underlings”.
“But in terms of this particular case, I haven’t signed off or seen anything and neither has my office,” he said.
“If anything does come, I’ve got to look at the evidence and make an assessment on it.
“I can’t make an assessment yet because I haven’t received anything; not saying that I’m not going to in the future.”
Cr Tully said on his blog any deal which the police considered necessary to put a murderer behind bars would be a “totally appropriate way of ensuring that justice is finally done in this bizarre case”.
“Although the police have a prime suspect for the murder and apparently have no doubt whatsoever about that person’s guilt, they are apparently facing some serious evidentiary problems in proving their case beyond reasonable doubt before a judge and jury,” Cr Tully wrote on his blog.
“If the evidence of a reluctant accessory would overcome that evidentiary difficulty and ensure the guilty party is brought to justice, it would be a powerful inducement to a person in such predicament to give evidence against the murderer in exchange for an iron-clad deal to give them legal immunity from prosecution.
“Normally, such immunities are rarely given early in a murder investigation.”
Police said yesterday there was no basis for the speculation, and asked if Cr Tully could call them should he have “any information or inside gossip” in the future.
When asked about the strength of his sources, Cr Tully told The Courier-Mail they were “reliable, but not impeccable”.
Cr Tully also wrote that the Crime and Misconduct Commission may already be using its “star chamber” coercive powers to make people talk.
A spokeswoman for the CMC yesterday said the commission could neither confirm nor deny involvement.
Please read this before you go on to read the rest and comment though folks!
I would personally like to make a plea to those of you who choose to make comments, to do so with due consideration to the circumstances surrounding this case and the 3 wonderful little girls lives have been destroyed.
WE all want answers and certainly Justice for Allison Baden-Clay and her family and we can honour her memory by trying to stay respectful of each other on here, whether or not you have formed an opinion on who is the guilty and who are not. Lots of ordinary folks like me and you have dedicated a lot of time to sit down and share themselves so we can have a collective place to delve into the who, where’s and whys of such a terrible crime.
WE are not judge or jury, that is obvious, and each and every one of you is entitled to say what you think, all I’m asking is NO PERSONAL ATTACKS, agree to disagree, and if it needs to be, just do not interact with a commenter you feel uneasy or judged by. You are welcome to contact me with any concerns as I will be stamping my foot down on the type of personal attack that sends valued contributors away
Anyone found with multiple names/pseudonyms or re-signs as a “New person” will be BANNED…
Obviously I understand the one household who may use the same connection and use different names.
I can see NO other legitimate reason to pretend to be another (new) contributor etc. behave and you can be who you are. simple…
ALLISON Baden-Clay’s cause of death may remain a closely guarded secret until her killer is charged after investigating officers yesterday ruled out releasing the key detail.
How Mrs Baden-Clay died has been one of the primary questions since her body was discovered under the Kholo Creek bridge at Anstead on April 30, 11 days after she was last seen alive in her Brookfield home.
Police commonly withhold the cause of death in murder investigations and yesterday said they would not be officially commenting on how Mrs Baden-Clay died.
“We won’t be releasing any details in relation to the cause of death at all,” Detective Superintendent Mark Ainsworth said yesterday.
But shortly after the grim discovery of her body police had clear views on how Mrs Baden-Clay died, people close to the case have told The Sunday Mail.
It is understood Mrs Baden-Clay’s body was cleared for release for burial only a day after she was found, with police confident they had the information they needed.
In other developments, Mrs Baden-Clay’s husband, Gerard, is yet to gain formal approval for a relocation of his Century 21 Westside franchise from Taringa to Toowong.
In a rare public comment since his wife’s death, Mr Baden-Clay last week said it was “business as usual” in the new location.
However Century 21 owner Charles Tarbey yesterday said he was yet to receive the required application to relocate the business.
Mr Tarbey – who last week told The Sunday Mail he had spoken to Mr Baden-Clay a number of times since his wife disappeared – gave a routine statement to detectives in Brisbane on Friday.
Police also declined to comment on reports that NSW detectives had interviewed a Sydney woman who met Mr Baden-Clay at a Gold Coast real estate conference.
Investigations continue from Indooroopilly police station. Supt Ainsworth confirmed: “The major incident room is still continuing to run.”