Crime writers Marshall, Blackburn, Warner & former unfortunate CSK 'suspects' & POI

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Marshall book. Informant. Taxi driver and others. PI records. Simple.
What PI are you talking about? Mick Buckley ex cop, who got information from an informant before 2007 who nominated three men and a woman one of whom was a taxi driver? The woman had been a patient at the drug rehabilitation centre a couple of kilometres from where Jane was found.

This informant passed the information on to a professor who also passed the information on to police.
Noel Coward - taxi driver.

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/wa...a-samples-ng-bc48350f2d83ae30f2f574c948331e82

Droc - taxi driver and group. CSK thread one.

Suspicious Taxi driver at Eglinton

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/wa...ons-death-ng-b80af943b3f4b839a9956cdffd1aa3ab

Derr.

Capiche?
 
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Marshall book. Informant. Taxi driver and others. PI records. Simple.

Noel Coward - taxi driver.

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/wa...a-samples-ng-bc48350f2d83ae30f2f574c948331e82

Droc - taxi driver and group. CSK thread one.

Suspicious Taxi driver at Eglinton

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/wa...ons-death-ng-b80af943b3f4b839a9956cdffd1aa3ab

Capiche?
You dont read too good. Taxi drivers have always been central to this case. Yet not 1 taxi driver has been charged

Capiche?
 

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Well I suppose you can't really , not allow what I'm about to post because it has previous suspects in it .... Much better read my life story's then translucent Noel.
 

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who needs string diagrams when you’ve got a taxi driver who also takes pictures and idiots online joking about murder capiche?
 

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I think police had probable cause for all their POIs, backed by psychology and well founded information. Information that they are not allowed to make public as it would draw a defamation case.
Some of the POIs had already been stalking. They were sighted by a 'team' of police patrolling the block with precision. They had the makings.

I will be interested to see what comes of Con Bayens, police IT worker in the Holden Commodore ex police car, with a boot lined with plastic and abduction kit.

I can't see how that might be over. Maybe a few of these people were bad eggs in the making.
I've never forgotten about the off duty cop who called that in. I want to know if the driver was BRE
 
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I think there could be a feeling/thought that by getting the charges split the propensity might vanish

As an example he may challenge the DNA on the kimono , recall the handling with no gloves etc, he may ( and I dont say this lightly) force the girl to recall the Karakatta attack and to try and identify him from over 25+ years later.

If these charges are removed then the Prosecution need to link the 3 missing women, and as they are hoping to link all the attacks to one person, the dismissal of some charges weakens the case.

Just thoughts on a defence tactic
This is what I am worried about actually happening
 

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A lot of this is valid but I think there will be a narrow focus on what is basically in front of them (prosecution) . If they start entering all this other stuff it confuses.

I think if there is anything to be gained it will come out as a separate charge/issue. Its easier to charge someone as an accessory once the central figure is convicted ( making no aspersions on the current accused)

Oh no doubt. They will keep the trial as simple as they can. What happens when police ream more evidence post trial might be a different story for other people.

Defence has already requested the charges be heard separately. I guess we will hear if the court will allow this to happen. As stated before, hearing the charges on separate matters.

Hearing the charges separately is said to be a deliberate attempt for prosecution to introduce invalid evidence to the charges being heard, in an attempt to bring on a mistrial. Prosecution inadvertently introduces evidence to the wrong trial. Mistrial by error of the prosecution.

It sounds like defence are desperate. Looking for ways to default to a mistrial.
 
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Oh no doubt. They will keep the trial as simple as they can. What happens when police ream more evidence post trial might be a different story for other people.

Defence has already requested the charges be heard separately. I guess we will hear if the court will allow this to happen. As stated before, hearing the charges on separate matters.

Hearing the charges separately is said to be a deliberate attempt for prosecution to introduce invalid evidence to the charges being heard, in an attempt to bring on a mistrial. Prosecution inadvertently introduces evidence to the wrong trial. Mistrial by error of the prosecution.

It sounds like defence are desperate. Looking for ways to default to a mistrial.

seperate the 1988 and 1995 attack charges to a lower court. if the accused beats these charges, then they cant use anything from these incidents against him during the CSK trial. better than having these charges discussed during the CSK trial and putting a bias on the accused.
 

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seperate the 1988 and 1995 attack charges to a lower court. if the accused beats these charges, then they cant use anything from these incidents against him during the CSK trial. better than having these charges discussed during the CSK trial and putting a bias on the accused.
Its a judge only trial. There is no jury bias.

I wonder if the witness in the 1988 charges saw his face? He ran out the house?

It will be interesting to see if the witness knows the accused as an associate, say school, or friends?

Pending it is granted, they may shift the kimono charge to the District Court.
 

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Maybe Droc took creative inspiration from that story but there's no comparison between murdered girls abducted in Claremont and the murder of a street performer in Brazil.
One is dead and so is the other, coincidence? I think not.

I’m a bit dim so I like to verify with the highly intelligent and well informed subject matter experts here.
Don't put yourself down bro, your other personalities have the intelligence and you have the charm. Can't win 'em all!

Didn't 2019 just bring an influx of some interesting characters to this forum, hot damn.
 

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On the Taxi theory, if they were all serial killers it would go a long way to explaining why it is near impossible to get a Taxi in Perth.
Excellent point. Outstanding observation.

It was amazing how many refused a DNA sample though in initial rounds. In the hundreds I believe. Now police are doing further searches.

I have however lost count of the amount of taxi drivers in cabs who were not the contracted taxi driver though. It appears some were sub letting other people to take their shifts. This was apparent with the identification either hidden or mismatched.
 
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