Unsolved Wonnangatta - Russell Hill & Carol Clay vanish *Pilot Greg Lynn charged with murder

Did Greg Lynn tell police where he buried the bodies?

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Kurve

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Are there legal implications to talking to the kids of a suspect ?

Not if the kid makes the call? My suggestion was only along the general lines of someone in the family trying to help the police.
 

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Maybe the kids were concerned about his mental state and/or the welfare of their mother so looked into where he'd been and mentioned it to police after his arrest?
 

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Not if a guardian/parent is present, those in the job would know the rules. They've worked so hard on this one to slip up in the rules department.

I have more confidence in the lawyer for GL, its VicPol we are talking about.
 

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I also knew Greg and Lisa, this is all true plus death threats to Lisa before she died.
🙏🙏 that the case is re opened and justice will be served.
Further detail on some of this.

Death threats were made to people Lisa knew who tried to intervene and protect her.

As to the woman in Doha, this was not a wife, but a girl friend who he discovered was having an affair. She was last seen having dinner with him and then found dead in the desert.

During his time in Doha there is another story of a woman, potentially a crew member falling from a balcony in Vegas which maybe related.

His time in Doha would have to be part of the investigation by the police.

Let's just say there are a lot of dots to join.

As to the crime scene, as others have suggested cause of death may be almost impossible to determine if only fingers and toes remain.
 

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Could to be more to GL than what we originally thought….

Perhaps if he’d killed before, an alone trip camping could’ve been the premise for him to do something more than he’d previously done. Maybe there was no argument, he’d just spotted an opportunity?
 

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Could to be more to GL than what we originally thought….

Perhaps if he’d killed before, an alone trip camping could’ve been the premise for him to do something more than he’d previously done. Maybe there was no argument, he’d just spotted an opportunity?


It's definitely a theory that needs to be considered, there's a lot of question marks around him over a very long period of time
 

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Do we know for certain that GL didn’t know RH before their fateful day? Maybe there was some history, maybe they’d run into each other before cruising round the high country? Maybe when RH turned up in Wonnangatta GL thought ok this is it! You’ve annoyed me long enough! Oops got a lady, bugger better get rid of her too…
 

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Do we know for certain that GL didn’t know RH before their fateful day? Maybe there was some history, maybe they’d run into each other before cruising round the high country? Maybe when RH turned up in Wonnangatta GL thought ok this is it! You’ve annoyed me long enough! Oops got a lady, bugger better get rid of her too…

we don't know for certain, and imo, it's not out of the question with both of them known to frequent the region, and on the off chance they may have crossed a path which led to some bad blood between them, i also feel compelled to mention what struck me as an uncanny resemblance between RH and conrad whitlock who went missing at mt.buller on july29th2020, again jmo.

while there's a lull in the wait for GL's May2022 court appearance, look up "the most disturbing story you've never heard of : gerald bullinger | missing person & true crime case" on youtube
worth a look if only because he is also a pilot who's known to have been a rotten swine.


imho
 

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Yes, I agree. I don't like it when the victim is blamed for his own murder, by implying "he started it mum".

Not this again. No one "blamed him for his own murder" - re-read the posts. All people have said is RH was known to be a bit cantankerous and confrontational, and in my post and at least one other we specifically wrote "that is no excuse for killing someone". All we suggested was the trigger for the confrontation is possibly RH, not just GL. Do you understand the difference? (I guess not as this is at least the third time you've posted along these lines.) :think:
 
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Won’t buy too much into the dismemberment of the corpses as it’s a rumour only, but it was always a possibility just because moving two bodies around would be very difficult and dismembering them would make it a lot easier.

He’d probably have a clue how to do it without creating a huge mess given he was a hunter. Not likely to have been at the campsite because even with the fire you’d think there’d have been some trace.
 

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Do we know for certain that GL didn’t know RH before their fateful day? Maybe there was some history, maybe they’d run into each other before cruising round the high country? Maybe when RH turned up in Wonnangatta GL thought ok this is it! You’ve annoyed me long enough! Oops got a lady, bugger better get rid of her too…

Exactly which bits are certain, not simply idle speculation dosed by a fertile imagination.
 

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Won’t buy too much into the dismemberment of the corpses as it’s a rumour only, but it was always a possibility just because moving two bodies around would be very difficult and dismembering them would make it a lot easier.

He’d probably have a clue how to do it without creating a huge mess given he was a hunter. Not likely to have been at the campsite because even with the fire you’d think there’d have been some trace.
Dismemberment after a spontaneous killing after a spontaneous meeting/altercation after a coincidental being in the same vicinity, at the same time, seems way too cold-blooded and calculating. Besides, special tools are required to cut through bone (I'm told), plus a knowledge of exactly where to cut. He's a pilot, not a surgeon. Makes a juicy story but.
 

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Dismemberment after a spontaneous killing after a spontaneous meeting/altercation after a coincidental being in the same vicinity, at the same time, seems way too cold-blooded and calculating. Besides, special tools are required to cut through bone (I'm told), plus a knowledge of exactly where to cut. He's a pilot, not a surgeon. Makes a juicy story but.
Suspect it’s not right, or the bodies were contorted while being buried/burned.

It makes logical sense to do it, but if it was spontaneous it seems unlikely. Will be interesting to see which of the many theories in this thread land if we ever get proper details.
 

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Dismemberment after a spontaneous killing after a spontaneous meeting/altercation after a coincidental being in the same vicinity, at the same time, seems way too cold-blooded and calculating. Besides, special tools are required to cut through bone (I'm told), plus a knowledge of exactly where to cut. He's a pilot, not a surgeon. Makes a juicy story but.

Love the clarification 🤣🤣
 

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Suspect it’s not right, or the bodies were contorted while being buried/burned.

It makes logical sense to do it, but if it was spontaneous it seems unlikely. Will be interesting to see which of the many theories in this thread land if we ever get proper details.

Add to this the involvement of GF/his lawyer in information given to Police versus good policing. Any deals done.
 

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Dismemberment after a spontaneous killing after a spontaneous meeting/altercation after a coincidental being in the same vicinity, at the same time, seems way too cold-blooded and calculating. Besides, special tools are required to cut through bone (I'm told), plus a knowledge of exactly where to cut. He's a pilot, not a surgeon. Makes a juicy story but.

He doesn't need to be a surgeon or even a butcher, he's a hunter. He'd know how to process a deer,
 

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