Current Disappearance of little William Tyrrell *Homicide gets an AVO on the foster parents

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Hopefully it's a bit more like looking for a pine needle in a pine forest, than looking up in the sky hoping to find another planet to escape too.

'On Friday officers drained a creek along the Batar Creek Rd search area, but with the heavy rain, it will likely need to be drained a second time.
“They will obviously have to wait until the rain stops and have to take the water out and then continue the search, something will hold things up for a few days,” Dr Mallett said.'

'While many have feared heavy rain and storms could hamper search efforts, survivalist expert and bush tracker Jake Cassar said there is a chance the wet weather could prove to be helpful.'

'Mr Cassar told news.com.au that while the “rain can move the soils and shift things”, it could also help uncover potential evidence buried in the bushland, where police are searching.
“If it’s really heavy rain it could shift the soils which can be advantageous in the way of uncovering certain things,” he said.
'In a worst-case scenario, however, Mr Cassar feared it could set the search back to “square one”.
Mr Cassar told news.com.au that while the “rain can move the soils and shift things”, it could also help uncover potential evidence buried in the bushland, where police are searching.'
“When you’ve got this kind of rain coming down, it could fill in some of the areas that they’ve been working on,” he said.
“It could also cover things up and put a thick layer of soil or mud over the top of areas.”'
Like, there's been no heavy rain over the last 7 years... :rolleyes:
 

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It was two or three days ago now that I listened to the last two 'Where's William' podcasts and was a bit shocked that Xanthe Mallett jumped out so hard to criticise the new lead, Detective Chief Inspector Laidlaw, that replaced Jubelin.

She even criticised his body language and for not showing proper respect to the foster parents. o_O


 

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It was two or three days ago now that I listened to the last two 'Where's William' podcasts and was a bit shocked that Xanthe Mallett jumped out so hard to criticise the new lead, Detective Chief Inspector Laidlaw, that replaced Jubelin.

She even criticised his body language and for not showing proper respect to the foster parents. o_O


The above was around a year ago where Xanthe Mallett, Channel 10 and the FPs didn't expect the investigative team to turn their attention to one of the FPs as a POI. So it's interesting now to listen to this latest podcast where imo Xanthe has realised she might have had the wrong read on the situation.

 

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I can't be bothered watching, so can you do it and report back;)
There's a transcript of it already published at
 

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If reporting on tomorrow mornings Hornsby Local Court AVO hearing for William's ex-Foster parents is going to be highly suppressed, will anyone other than legals and workers be allowed in the courtroom to observe what goes down?
 

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If reporting on tomorrow mornings Hornsby Local Court AVO hearing for William's ex-Foster parents is going to be highly suppressed, will anyone other than legals and workers be allowed in the courtroom to observe what goes down?
I think some of the media should be allowed in.
 

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