DAY 11 GBC we are told will take the stand. Defence are going through the history like one does before being inducted into the hall of fame! What HE will tell the jury.
Byrne: Gerard will tell you that…………blah blah.Well just let him.
You know why the silk is telling the story?
Because GBC will not say it like this, succinct and factual sounding like a lawyer.
They want some seeds planted in jury heads before dickhead gets up and stuffs it all up after rehearsing for 12 months
Another classic defense tactic
Posting tweets, will tidy up tonight, never sure whats coming next
Me the white knight…Allison…whatever
All previous threads and history including trial can be found clicking on link below http://aussiecriminals.com.au/category/gerard-baden-clay/
ANY EVIDENCE LIKE PHOTOS, VIDEO OR DOCUMENTS THE COURT RELEASES TO THE PUBLIC WILL BE PUBLISHED in the GBC Documents Page
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Or a unique well written piece by our very own LJC2013 here on day 9 proceedings. A great read
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GERARD Baden-Clay will reveal today whether he intends to give or call evidence in his defence.
The former Brookfield real estate agent, 43, has pleaded not guilty in the Supreme Court in Brisbane to murdering his wife Allison Baden-Clay and to dumping her body 13km away beneath the Kholo Creek bridge at Anstead on April 19, 2012.
Prosecutor Todd Fuller QC yesterday wound up the Crown case following 10 days of evidence, including testimony from 71 witnesses and more than 170 exhibits.
Baden-Clay’s final interview to police who were searching for his missing wife was played to the jury.
In the 27-minute interview, the accused told search co-ordinator Sergeant Greg Matthies he was feeling “shithouse” when they met at the Brookfield Showgrounds on April 21, 2012 to discuss his wife’s last movements.
Baden-Clay told the officer he went to bed about 10pm on April 19, 2012, and woke the next day at 6am to find her missing.
He said that wasn’t unusual because his wife would often walk in the mornings and he thought she must have slept in the bed because her side of the doona was folded back.
He said his wife was “really looking forward” to attending a real estate conference that day and planned to leave early.
He told the officer he was rushing to get ready when he cut himself shaving.
“I was rushing and I cut myself, which is what everybody is so concerned about,” he said.
Baden-Clay said he asked his daughter to help him put a Band-Aid over it.
He told the officer it took his wife about 45 minutes to get ready in the morning and he sent her a text message at 6.20am: “Good morning, hope you slept well. Where are you? None of the girls are up yet.”
He said he called his wife, then texted her again at 6.41am: “Al, getting concerned. Where are you? The app doesn’t say either? H and S now up. I’m dressed and about to make lunches. Please just text me back or call! Love, G.”
hey twitter thing showing error…hang tight