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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Terrafirma

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At the very least Lynn has to surely plead guilty to interfering with a corpse x 2 and perverting the course of justice by attempting to cover it up the whole thing regardless of whatever events preceded the deaths of Russell & Carroll.

Those two charges in themselves are extremely serious.
We don't know yet because we as the audience per se don't know what evidence the Police have? The evidence against him will tell us a lot more when it is released. So I think it's still early days for us until the trial begins so many unknowns until some of the facts emerge. May 31st a week away so lets see what comes from that?
 

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This Tuesday is the day lets hope we get some snippets of information re what's happened and what the Police have on him.
Yes finally we might know more than just speculation. Is it on at the Sale Magistrates court?
 

Irma

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“During the hearing which lasted just five minutes the Caroline Springs man listened intently to the conversation between his lawyer, prosecutor and the magistrate.

Defence lawyer Chris McLennan said he was seeking the case be adjourned for a lengthy period due to a “combination of factors”.

“The brief has arrived in a digital form and my client hasn’t got access to a computer … as I understand it the prosecution needs about eight to 10 weeks to get exhibits and other transcripts,” Mr McLennan told the court.”

https://www.news.com.au/national/vi...y/news-story/008ca5e6cecea5c6644ba86322e00baa

I’m kinda surprised, I thought people on remand would have access to a computer for this particular reason?
All this waiting… for a 5 minute hearing. 🤦‍♀️
 

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“During the hearing which lasted just five minutes the Caroline Springs man listened intently to the conversation between his lawyer, prosecutor and the magistrate.

Defence lawyer Chris McLennan said he was seeking the case be adjourned for a lengthy period due to a “combination of factors”.

“The brief has arrived in a digital form and my client hasn’t got access to a computer … as I understand it the prosecution needs about eight to 10 weeks to get exhibits and other transcripts,” Mr McLennan told the court.”

https://www.news.com.au/national/vi...y/news-story/008ca5e6cecea5c6644ba86322e00baa

I’m kinda surprised, I thought people on remand would have access to a computer for this particular reason?
All this waiting… for a 5 minute hearing. 🤦‍♀️
You reckon they could have asked for that 6 months ago?

Seems he had enough access to submit an unfair dismissal claim?
 

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“During the hearing which lasted just five minutes the Caroline Springs man listened intently to the conversation between his lawyer, prosecutor and the magistrate.

Defence lawyer Chris McLennan said he was seeking the case be adjourned for a lengthy period due to a “combination of factors”.

“The brief has arrived in a digital form and my client hasn’t got access to a computer … as I understand it the prosecution needs about eight to 10 weeks to get exhibits and other transcripts,” Mr McLennan told the court.”

https://www.news.com.au/national/vi...y/news-story/008ca5e6cecea5c6644ba86322e00baa

I’m kinda surprised, I thought people on remand would have access to a computer for this particular reason?
All this waiting… for a 5 minute hearing. 🤦‍♀️

The prosecution isnt ready to go either: ... as I understand it the prosecution needs about eight to 10 weeks to get exhibits and other transcripts,” Mr McLennan told the court.”

Those here seem quick to blame the defence.
 

Irma

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The prosecution isnt ready to go either: ... as I understand it the prosecution needs about eight to 10 weeks to get exhibits and other transcripts,” Mr McLennan told the court.”

Those here seem quick to blame the defence.
I wasn’t blaming anyone for anything. Yes, the prosecution also need more time, but my comment was simply about being surprised Lynn didn’t have access to a computer. Don’t quote me and try and twist what I said.
 

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Terrafirma

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August 23 is the new date for the committal with both the prosecutor and the defence asking for more time to compile evidence etc etc. Also apparently Lynn doesn't have access to anything digital in prison and court records and evidence etc has been digital according to his lawyer. A bit of an anti climax but given the nature of the case no surprise.!
 

Zidane98

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The more time to compile evidence seems a bit of a strange one.

Surely all relevant evidence is well known to both parties by now. The known facts are well established.
 

Terrafirma

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The more time to compile evidence seems a bit of a strange one.

Surely all relevant evidence is well known to both parties by now. The known facts are well established.
Not really the Claremont Killings and Bradley Robert Edwards case saw a similar time frame. When you are preparing forensic evidence for prosecution there are so many factors that need to be addressed for the evidence to be legitimate. And in turn defending against that forensic evidence requires similar preparation. Forensic evidence is science based so you can imagine the complications. There are no witnesses to the murders so science will determine Lynn's guilt or innocence. If the science fails to convict Lynn (And he is guilty persee) that would be a tragedy for all involved and a murderer gets to walk free.!