Current Claremont Murders Discussion & Edwards trial updates pt3 - The Verdict

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zedx

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There's a lot we haven't heard about yet. Like why didn't or couldn't the presiding judge have access to BRE's medical records?

I thought for sure the reason why might leak at some point.
Considering the trial has been over for quite some time, I am amazed there has been no media interviews from family, friends, acquaintances, work colleagues etc. I honestly though people would be coming out of the woodwork saying they knew him!!
 

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See the Claremont Murders media thread for more details from the below Kerry Turner - Bradley Robert Edwards article in today's West Australian Newspaper.

There's a huge difference between "no evidence" and "not linked".

Once upon a time, there was allegedly/reportedly "no evidence" that Bradley Robert Edwards was linked to any of the Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer or Ciara Glennon disappearances/murders, or the Rowe/Park 1995 Karrakatta attack.

Maybe Bradley Robert Edwards had a watertight alibi for the early hours of June 30 1991, when confirmed witnesses last saw Ms Turner getting into a Datsun, possibly a 260z model.

Had Bradley finished his court ordered sex offenders treatment program by June 30 1991?

You'd think that WA Police would have investigated (as much as they could for so long ago) if any of Bradley Robert Edwards known contacts, had, or had access to a Datsun or car that could have been the one witnessed in the Kerry Turner case.

'for the first time police have confirmed publicly that Claremont killer Bradley Robert Edwards - who murdered Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon in the 1990s — is not believed to be connected to Ms Turner’s death.'

'Det. Supt. Wilde said there was nothing to link Ms Turner’s case to any other unsolved cases, nor was there anything to link Claremont killer and rapist Edwards - who is serving a minimum of 40 years behind bars - to her disappearance.
“There is no evidence to link Bradley (Edwards) to this offence,” he added.
“There is no clear evidence that it is linked to another murder but again we keep a very open mind with that.”'


Here's the link to the (3 page) still open Kerry Turner thread.
 
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Frankie1972

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I personally have never believed in the 'line theory' either. His placement of Jane and Ciara was deliberate to cause confusion; the calculations need to be done separately. Jane at 167 from abduction site and Ciara at 347 from her abduction site. 167 - 360 = 193 - 347 = 154. Ciara at 154 compass bearing to his parents' house at 144 Gay. I believe I have discovered why he used 347 for Ciara; there had only ever been one other divorce in either paternal or maternal families and that occurred in the maternal family with the decree nisi issued on the 347th day and absolute granted 109 days later. That party at fault was the female and her infidelity and abandonment of children. The 347th day is actually 357 days after the birth of 1st wife's child.

As I explained previously, he chose to declare his marriage irreconcilable on the day after the 1996 birth of his 1st wife's child and the irreconcilable day was the 357th day.
There was a school on Stirling highway from HJ would be close to 347 where she show me in my dream
 

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Checking in tonight for part 1 of a two parter.

 
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I have not previously seen this video due to it being pay walled, Tim Clarke mentions at the beginning that its part of a two part video series which I do recall from their podcasts back at the time, my question is for anyone that has seen previously/knows, is both parts been compressed into this one clip ive attached or is there a second one somewhere? I cant find it if there is and would appreciate anyone who has it or can find it if you can please post TIA



 

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Checking in tonight for part 1 of a two parter.

Can you please post the other part when it’s available please. TIA.

Jezza and Kingswood. Hope you guys are well and keeping Safe. Just thought I’d do a public shout out to you both.
 

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Seeing all the places again . What that animal did to those 3 beautiful young ladies. Three Cases I can't seem to get out of my head. Anita Cobby, Daniel Morcombe and CSK . The Claremont killings I never ever thought they would be solved and when they arrested the suspect all I wanted was a guilty verdict and the question of where is Sarah answered.
 

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Can you please post the other part when it’s available please. TIA.

Jezza and Kingswood. Hope you guys are well and keeping Safe. Just thought I’d do a public shout out to you both.
Thanks mate :) Yes am well. Very busy with Covid vaccine roll out :)
Still drop past here from time to time to catch up with the news :)
 

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I am still intending to go back to one spot I am drawn to. I studied psychic clues a group picked up on. One is a windmill. Don't bother looking for that. That is to do with the finder. The other I am not prepared to say.. This is to do re the location of SS.
 

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Confirmed as human today!
How odd is it that no other bones present aside a seal carcass apparently within 15m.

I'm not sure what to think yet?
Could there be a non suspicious circumstance? ....
I can't think of one.

How long has it been there?
Has someone been scattering bones?

Considering the location, it begs the questions....where's the rest of it & could it be Robyn Santen?
 
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mcpharlap

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Confirmed as human today!
How odd is it that no other bones present aside a seal carcass apparently within 15m.

I'm not sure what to think yet?
Could there be a non suspicious circumstance? ....
I can't think of one.

How long has it been there?
Has someone been scattering bones?

Considering the location, it begs the questions....where's the rest of it & could it be Robyn Santen?
I suggested it was a passenger from MH 370. only because i have it on my brain from my current audible title. CSK. I just read everything. Have only started the podcasts are some rippers out there .
 

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I suggested it was a passenger from MH 370. only because i have it on my brain from my current audible title. CSK. I just read everything. Have only started the podcasts are some rippers out there .
Interesting idea, but I can't get on board with the idea a bone would make it to shore regardless where it actually went into the sea.
Can you find anything to suggest it's even possible that one might have surfaced or been carried by the tide?

I'm fixated on where the rest of it might be, how many animals may have transported it to where it was found & whether we'll see a police presence methodically sifting their way south now?
Spose the latter will depend on whether they can actually ID it or not, then, how much they decide to tell us about it if they do, but I'm intrigued for now!
 

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I wonder and hope that Marrapodi and Ricciardi have visited BRE and asked him to reveille where Sarah is? I feel they won’t stop looking until they do, to finally close this off and see it finalised.
I watched these 2 men in court a lot of days they seemed very committed and Ricciardi a constant note taker, so I don’t think they will give up finding Sarah.
I also saw a smug look on BRE’s face most days and as the months go, I sadly don’t hold much hope in him offering anything for his last ditch of power.
 

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Interesting idea, but I can't get on board with the idea a bone would make it to shore regardless where it actually went into the sea.
Can you find anything to suggest it's even possible that one might have surfaced or been carried by the tide?

I'm fixated on where the rest of it might be, how many animals may have transported it to where it was found & whether we'll see a police presence methodically sifting their way south now?
Spose the latter will depend on whether they can actually ID it or not, then, how much they decide to tell us about it if they do, but I'm intrigued for now!
I realize it's very very unlikely, and no i have nothing to back it up. I am intrigued by it though and they have to be somewhere. As mentioned My current audible title has me very much hooked at the moment and whilst i don't agree on everything the author Florence de changy has said so far but she has made a lot of very good points. Anyway thanks for that chat. Have a ripper sunday one eyed.
 

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