Worthy Trial documents or media during GBC trial commencing 10/06/14
Supreme Court Trial Docs June/July 2014
9th July 2014 summing up
15th July 2014 sentence
A razor belonging to Gerard Baden-Clay.
Allison Baden-Clay’s body was found under the Kholo Creek bridge. Photo-Court Exhibit
Examination of plants found at the Baden-Clay’s home in Brookfield. Photo-Court Exhibit
Investigators examine plant material at the Baden-Clay’s Brookfield home. Photo-Court Exhibit
Police found dripping blood stains in the boot of the Baden-Clay car
Police found now traces of blood in this bathroom sink at the Baden-Clay house.
Dr Leslie Griffiths says injuries to the chest of Gerard Baden-Clay could have been caused by fabric being forced against the skin.
An expert told the court the marks on Gerard Baden-Clay’s face were typical of fingernail scratches.
Court exhibits from the Gerard Baden-Clay murder trial. Images of cuts and scratches on Gerard Baden-Clay’s body.
Exhibits presented to The Supreme Court trial of Gerard Baden-Clay, charged with the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay.
Pictures presented to the court showing leaves on the Baden-Clay’s back patio.
Pictures presented to the court showing leaves on the Baden-Clay’s back patio and garage.
Teddy bears, family portraits and children’s drawings: Chilling crime scene photographs inside the Baden-Clay family home four days after Allison disappeared
Amazing interactive crime scene photographs from the trial for the murder of Allison Baden-Clay have taken jurors inside 593 Brookfield Road in western Brisbane where the former beauty queen was last seen alive
The photographs were taken by Queensland police officers on Operation Kilo Ring at the house four days after she was reported missing on April 20, 2012, and then at Kholo Creek 14km further west after her body was found on its banks by a kayaker 10 days later.
The Crown tendered the pictures after opening its prosecution case in the trial of Gerard Baden-Clay for the alleged murder of his wife.
Among of the photos are pictures inside the bedrooms of Gerard and Allison’s three children
Interactive crime scene photographs from the trial for the murder of Allison Baden-Clay have taken jurors inside the western Brisbane home, including the main bedroom
Mr Baden-Clay, pictured here with his wife Allison and three children in a family portrait
Police took interactive photos above Kholo bridge where Allison’s body was found so they could later revisit the alleged crime scenes via computer
Senior Sergeant Ewen Taylor told the jury in the Brisbane Supreme Court he requested the photos after he was appointed the operation’s forensic co-ordinator
The court was also shown photos of Kholo Creek, 14km further west of the family home, where Allison’s body was found on its banks by a kayaker 10 days after she went missing
The Crown is expected to continue its case for the next 10 days, after which Mr Baden-Clay’s counsel, Michael Byrne QC will call witnesses
The Crown tendered the pictures of the Baden-Clay home after opening its prosecution case in the trial of Gerard Baden-Clay for the alleged murder of his wife
The girls’ bedrooms show unmade beds, a number of photos, soft toys and even a doll house just days after their mother went missing
The photos enable police to click on photographs of the alleged crime scenes as they go over evidence in the case
The photos were taken by Queensland police officers on Operation Kilo Ring at the Brookfield Road house four days after Allison was reported missing on April 20, 2012
The pictures give inside look into the couple’s bedroom, including this photo of the doors to their wardrobe and ensuite
Pre trial documents thus far