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An forensic expert pushing for the DNA testing of unidentified human remains in police storerooms said in the media that the BC's could be among them.
Thanks. Its possible. Its also possible somebody is angling for a long term job

I dont know enough about 'bones' in storage to comment but a general thought is why arent they doing this anyway?
 

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bones is what the remains of the older unidentified would be by now, that's all.
For this to be possible the 'bones' would have to be individual entities (ie not in a group of 3) , they would have to be from different locations , they would have to be vastly different ages.

I agree the testing of bones using DNA is valid and sound. I dont think anything is there to specifically point to the Beaumonts. I think its an emotive use to push an agenda by the FS

Again not that there is anything wrong with that.
 

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If they were taken by a paedo, wouldn't the main targets have been Jane and Arnna, as is usually the case with non-family/rape-molestation driven kidnappings? Maybe Grant was taken to give to someone that preferred boys to girls? Also, maybe they were separated by the paedophile ring because of their ages and to make them easier to control before they were ultimately disposed of?
 
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This week ‘Casefile’ have released a podcast on the Beaumont Children to mark their 100th episode. I just finished listening to it and highly recommend it. The podcast lasts for almost 2 hours and provides an excellent portrait of the case. It’s well written, detailed and examines all facets of the disappearance. If anyone is interested in listening to the episode, it is available at the regular podcast areas and at the link here: https://casefilepodcast.com/case-100-the-beaumont-children/
 

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I dont know enough about 'bones' in storage to comment but a general thought is why arent they doing this anyway?
People hand in bones they find, a lot. Most often they're animal bones but there would be piles of them sitting around waiting to be looked at, a skull is really obvious but the rest not so much to an untrained eye.

A family member walking the dog came across what she thought was part of a decapitated rotting leg recently, didn't have her phone so she ran home and rang the police. Went straight back to wait near and in that time, it was gone but she kept waiting and the police didn't even show up.

Interesting snippet, when I was looking into the Keli Lane case reading testimony of a cop he said there were two bodies around the same age as Tegan would be when they arrived, lying still unidentified in one Sydney morgue.
 

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People hand in bones they find, a lot. Most often they're animal bones but there would be piles of them sitting around waiting to be looked at, a skull is really obvious but the rest not so much to an untrained eye.

A family member walking the dog came across what she thought was part of a decapitated rotting leg recently, didn't have her phone so she ran home and rang the police. Went straight back to wait near and in that time, it was gone but she kept waiting and the police didn't even show up.

Interesting snippet, when I was looking into the Keli Lane case reading testimony of a cop he said there were two bodies around the same age as Tegan would be when they arrived, lying still unidentified in one Sydney morgue.
Got a reference number for the police report shellyg?
 

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An forensic expert pushing for the DNA testing of unidentified human remains in police storerooms said in the media that the BC's could be among them.
It's known what happened to them. The perps named many a time for their activities in the mulligan inquiry.

Most orphanages at the time were shopping centers for ruling class peados.
 
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Can you elaborate on what happened to them? Most perps almost certainly dead now.
With until the suppression order on the mulligan inquiry is lifted in about another 20 years.

You'll see what went on and went on in every Western nation. And you'll see who protected these people.

The police job is not to stop these people it is to protect these people.
 

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With until the suppression order on the mulligan inquiry is lifted in about another 20 years.

You'll see what went on and went on in every Western nation. And you'll see who protected these people.

The police job is not to stop these people it is to protect these people.
Mulligan suppression was for 80 years, so another 70 to go! Unprecedented, considering most, especially those that may have been involved in the Beaumont's are dead already. So little chance of waiting for that, unless some brave SA pollie changes that.

This thread mentions names already that may have been involved, including a former prominent SA Supreme Court Judge. Names are not suppressed in connection to the Beaumont's. Still have living witnesses who were children at the time, but the investigation has gone quiet again.

Ruth McIntyre claims there were about 4 cars, and maybe 8 people including two woman that turned up in her street when her father bought the children back there in the boot of his car. Maybe a co-incidence?

Anyhow I'm curious in what you think happened to the Beaumont's, this is not part of the Mulligan Inquiry.
 
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There's a lot of conjecture about it. There is also disinformation designed to protect the family.

The gang had alot of fringe members who were unable to help themselves and did some risky things. Went outside of normal Operational procedure.

The actual gang known as the family did not need grab like in this case. Unless there was a specific order. They had access to all they needed from dept of child protection.
Then known as welfare


With the extent of the cover up it is without doubt the perps were involved with the family. It kept quiet because of what the perps knew. There was however an active kidnapping ring at the time with top level contacts.

Again most likely a rogue hit.
 
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An forensic expert pushing for the DNA testing of unidentified human remains in police storerooms said in the media that the BC's could be among them.
Susie Ratcliff (Joanne Ratcliff's sister) is also behind this.It is true, we need it. With so many missing people & so many bones in storage there could finally be closure for families of the missing people.
 
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Can you elaborate on what happened to them? Most perps almost certainly dead now.
Still one sitting in prison atm, very much alive & soon to be charged with more historic rapes in QLD through the Scouts group with his lover. He's already sitting in a prison cell in QLD awaiting trial over hundreds of historic rapecharges
 
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