Current 9yo Charlise Mutten - Blue Mountains * Justin Stein charged with murder

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MsTeschmacher

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I agree 100%. She played the nurses while having her alleged 'medical episode' to avoid speaking to detectives (I think to us mere mortals it's known as a druggo hanging out for a fix) she would change storylines to gain sympathy which she got till they woke up to her antics. A drug deal gone wrong she mentioned often apparently but again, it's up to the legal experts to get the exact truth. He wasn't long out of jail for drug dealing, she was in jail when he met her - how does that work?:oops:
The amount of relationships that start while 1 or the other is locked up is probably higher than people think. It's the old " my mates a good guy, needs a good woman to straighten him up etc" some women like a challenge it seems. I work with people in the justice system and their inside/ outside relationships put Tinder to shame.
 

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Kurve

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Mother charged with armed robbery


From the article, so I'm wondering what the 'aggravated' circumstances were. Someone was home at the house? Detail is a bit scant.

.. she was charged with aggravated break and enter in company
 

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From the article, so I'm wondering what the 'aggravated' circumstances were. Someone was home at the house? Detail is a bit scant.

.. she was charged with aggravated break and enter in company
Also referred to “home invasion”. That makes it sound like they confronted the homeowners - but did they break in while they were out? Didn’t the neighbours mention that they’d been robbed?
 

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Next appearance, Campbelltown Local Court on August 4.
 

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We had thieves take items from our garage after my husband left the garage door up.

We were home at the time (and obviously so) and the police explained that the charge would be "aggravated" burglary because of that.

I thought they would have had to confront us for it to be aggravated but no. According to the cop, thieves prepared to enter and steal when people are home are a different breed to those that don't.
 

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Kallista’s baby must be nearly due, if the reports of her pregnancy were correct.
Hopefully lessons have been learnt and she won't be allowed near this one. How many kids lives are being ruined/lost because unfit parents get too much access as an over correction to the policies of the past.

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Hopefully lessons have been learnt and she won't be allowed near this one. How many kids lives are being ruined/lost because unfit parents get too much access as an over correction to the policies of the past.

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Yep, placement with the biological parents is unfortunately the worst option in a surprisingly high number of families. But people want to legalise drugs...
 
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Where there isn't a big difference is that either way, it will become easier to buy drugs, drugs will be cheaper, and more people will do more drugs.

No, drugs won't be cheaper they would likely be more expensive but that isn't the point. And nobody suggested dealers or manufacturers should get a free pass. Decriminalisation is more in line with the Australian system where the focus is on restorative justice, if you didn't know that working in the prison system Jason.

It's not a discussion for this thread anyway or risk sending it sideways. Tnx.
 

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No, drugs won't be cheaper they would likely be more expensive but that isn't the point. And nobody suggested dealers or manufacturers should get a free pass. Decriminalisation is more in line with the Australian system where the focus is on restorative justice, if you didn't know that working in the prison system Jason.

It's not a discussion for this thread anyway or risk sending it sideways. Tnx.
Well my position is that decriminalising/legalising drugs will lead to more people doing drugs and hence more people unsuited to being parents, like these two and many others that we discuss in this forum. I stand by that, and I'm not aware of any instances where anything previously illegal/criminal became more expensive after it was legalised/decriminalised. But I also don't want to derail the thread so I'll leave it there.
 
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Today in the Daily Telegraph, an update on Kallista Mutten's yesterday's first court mention of her case.
Next court case mention on 22 August.

'Kallista Mutten to remain in rehab as court adjourns gun theft case

August 5, 2022 - 9:59AM'

'The mother of slain schoolgirl Charlise Mutten will remain on conditional bail at a Campbelltown rehabilitation centre ahead of her next court appearance on a home invasion and gun theft charge allegedly linked to the death of her daughter.'

'She chose not to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on Thursday for the first mention of the case and is yet to enter a plea to the charge.

The case was adjourned to Katoomba Local Court for mention on August 22 and Mutten’s bail was continued.'
 

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Kallista must be about due for birth in my calculations.
 

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Today in the Daily Telegraph, an update on Kallista Mutten's yesterday's first court mention of her case.
Next court case mention on 22 August.

'Kallista Mutten to remain in rehab as court adjourns gun theft case

August 5, 2022 - 9:59AM'

'The mother of slain schoolgirl Charlise Mutten will remain on conditional bail at a Campbelltown rehabilitation centre ahead of her next court appearance on a home invasion and gun theft charge allegedly linked to the death of her daughter.'

'She chose not to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on Thursday for the first mention of the case and is yet to enter a plea to the charge.

The case was adjourned to Katoomba Local Court for mention on August 22 and Mutten’s bail was continued.'
FFS! She has been in rehab since January!
 

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At Bunnings, Stein bought five 20kg bags of sand and made a phone call to Kallista Mutten, police allege.

He then allegedly made a three minute drive to the BP service station at Marsden Park, where he filled up the boat with marine fuel and called Kallista Mutten again.

At some point, Stein must have emptied the bags of sand into the barrel to weight it down.

From the BP, it is at 40 minute drive to Five Dock boat ramp on the Parramatta River in inner western Sydney, where he is said to have failed to launch the motor boat, because it was ‘inoperable’.

Stein again allegedly called Kallista Mutton and discussed his futile attempt to float the vessel and is then believed to have made the hour-long 60km drive to Windsor boat ramp.
 

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At Bunnings, Stein bought five 20kg bags of sand and made a phone call to Kallista Mutten, police allege.

He then allegedly made a three minute drive to the BP service station at Marsden Park, where he filled up the boat with marine fuel and called Kallista Mutten again.

At some point, Stein must have emptied the bags of sand into the barrel to weight it down.

From the BP, it is at 40 minute drive to Five Dock boat ramp on the Parramatta River in inner western Sydney, where he is said to have failed to launch the motor boat, because it was ‘inoperable’.

Stein again allegedly called Kallista Mutton and discussed his futile attempt to float the vessel and is then believed to have made the hour-long 60km drive to Windsor boat ramp.
Just as well Stein failed to start the boat.

Otherwise, Charlise may never have been found - it would have been "a mystery case" (of, which there are far too many in this vast country)
 

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Plus he made the mistake of filling the barrel with sand while it was on the boat, making it too heavy to be moved. So he wouldn’t have been able to throw it off the boat. How did it eventually end up in the bush? Does this mean Kallista knew what he had done?
 

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