yeah i saw a thing on Today Tonight about it...he seems good for it. Shame he is dead we will probably never know.Very similar looking person (witness/identikit) to the Beaumont ... my opinion the cases are related but who?
Read the book 'Satin Man' by Alan Whitaker. Puts are case for one particular person possibly for both Beaumont and the Oval disappearances
The Satin man family defended him vigorously on a book reader's blog ... it was shutdown as it strayed from just a book reviewyeah i saw a thing on Today Tonight about it...he seems good for it. Shame he is dead we will probably never know.
There's a hell of a lot more to the story than has been printed, including the identity of the "investigators" and their motives, some wider investigations they are conducting, and some of the documentation they have.That seems a tenuous 'break through' at most. I'm struggling to understand what part of it is news or considerably interesting. Why do news outlets have to upset people and tarnish mysteries like this with hyperbolic statements that disappoint and just turn serious events into trivial who dunnits?
Can someone tell me what a 'honeycomb like substance' is inferring? Why this convict's 'confession' is being used and if the barrels are, reading between the lines, apparently once housing these kid's remains? I don't get it.
That is seriously the most poorly written article I've ever read.Link to article In the Advertiser 26/08/2014
Clue’ in mysterious 1973 Adelaide Oval abduction case of Joanne Ratcliffe and Kirste Gordon
What would be the statue of limitations on a case like this?I dont have a legal background so apologies for the comments made, but given the amount of time has elapsed should criminals after this length of time be given an opportunity to confess without being prosecuted. If for anything that the information can lead to prosecution of other criminals or that the knowledge gained can help police in the future?
Surely at some point families would like closure and opportunity or bury their family properly?
If it were me after 30-40 years I would want as painful as it would be to hear that they got off at the very least it may provide peace of mind.
I raise this as other SA people would know about the Beaumont children being kidnapped as well being one of this states longest and biggest mysteries.
Statute?What would be the statue of limitations on a case like this?
As I mentioned above there's a sh*t-load that hasn't been printed. A lot is driven by the Mulligan enquiry and is bubbling along behind the scenes.