Gerard Baden Clay Documents


Worthy Trial documents or media during GBC trial commencing 10/06/14

Supreme Court Trial Docs June/July 2014

9th July 2014 summing up

15th July 2014 sentence

http://aussiecriminals.com.au/photograph-of-injuries-police-found-on-gerard-baden-clay-on-the-day-he-reported-his-wife-allison-missing/

bedroom exhibit

A razor belonging to Gerard Baden-Clay.
A razor belonging to Gerard Baden-Clay.
Allison Baden-Clay's body was found under the Kholo Creek bridge. Photo-Court Exhibit
Allison Baden-Clay’s body was found under the Kholo Creek bridge. Photo-Court Exhibit
Examination of plants found at the Baden-Clay's home in Brookfield. Photo-Court Exhibit
Examination of plants found at the Baden-Clay’s home in Brookfield. Photo-Court Exhibit

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Investigators examine plant material at the Baden-Clay's Brookfield home. Photo-Court Exhibit
Investigators examine plant material at the Baden-Clay’s Brookfield home. Photo-Court Exhibit
Police found dripping blood stains in the boot of the Baden-Clay car
Police found dripping blood stains in the boot of the Baden-Clay car
Police found now traces of blood in this bathroom sink at the Baden-Clay house.
Police found now traces of blood in this bathroom sink at the Baden-Clay house.
Dr Leslie Griffiths says injuries to the chest of Gerard Baden-Clay could have been caused by fabric being forced against the skin.
Dr Leslie Griffiths says injuries to the chest of Gerard Baden-Clay could have been caused by fabric being forced against the skin.
An expert told the court the marks on Gerard Baden-Clay's face were typical of fingernail scratches.
An expert told the court the marks on Gerard Baden-Clay’s face were typical of fingernail scratches.
Court exhibits from the Gerard Baden-Clay murder trial. Images of cuts and scratches on Gerard Baden-Clay's body.
Court exhibits from the Gerard Baden-Clay murder trial. Images of cuts and scratches on Gerard Baden-Clay’s body.

Gerard Baden-Clay facial scratches

Exhibits presented to The Supreme Court trial of Gerard Baden-Clay, charged with the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay.
Exhibits presented to The Supreme Court trial of Gerard Baden-Clay, charged with the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay.
Pictures presented to the court showing leaves on the Baden-Clay’s back patio.
Pictures presented to the court showing leaves on the Baden-Clay’s back patio.
Pictures presented to the court showing leaves on the Baden-Clay’s back patio and garage.
Pictures presented to the court showing leaves on the Baden-Clay’s back patio and garage.

badenclay cars evidence 1 badenclay cars evidence 2 badenclay cars evidence 3 badenclay cars evidence 4 badenclay cars evidence 5

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Teddy bears, family portraits and children’s drawings: Chilling crime scene photographs inside the Baden-Clay family home four days after Allison disappeared

Amazing interactive crime scene photographs from the trial for the murder of Allison Baden-Clay have taken jurors inside 593 Brookfield Road in western Brisbane where the former beauty queen was last seen alive

The photographs were taken by Queensland police officers on Operation Kilo Ring at the house four days after she was reported missing on April 20, 2012, and then at Kholo Creek 14km further west after her body was found on its banks by a kayaker 10 days later.

The Crown tendered the pictures after opening its prosecution case in the trial of Gerard Baden-Clay for the alleged murder of his wife.

Pre trial documents thus far

toni-mchugh-4th-statement

toni-mchugh-3rd-statement

toni-mchugh-2nd-statement

toni-mchugh-1st-statement

phillip-broom-statement

narelle-curtis-and-andrew-jackson-statement

monique-waymouth-hairdresser-statement

kieron-ash-statement

jocelyn-frost-statement

gbc-phone-records

gbc-1st-interview

candice-beavan-statement

bail-doc-financial-advisor

application-for-forensic-procedure

allisons-phone-records

2nd-bail-hearing-autopsy-report

1st-bail-hearing-charge-sheet1

000-call-by-gbc1

1st-bail-hearing-charge-sheet

http://youtu.be/c76CI6vtixI

http://youtu.be/k9QaNapgX5A

http://youtu.be/Cx3jPzaW424

http://youtu.be/EuBw-Hi3YWU

http://youtu.be/j-MsU_So4M0

http://youtu.be/f911X6FXcUU

http://youtu.be/g6dOTL1GIpA

http://youtu.be/a-7Vttud9LY

http://youtu.be/FsgD635lyXY

http://youtu.be/rtsu3tZsnZM

http://youtu.be/r4MouQVMNC4

http://youtu.be/MbC9AX1gEsY

http://youtu.be/myyVcEXIEKE

http://youtu.be/f-SEn1vqVhk

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30 thoughts on “Gerard Baden Clay Documents”

  1. Alison’s phone records show a 13 minute internet session on her phone was started approx 6:31am April 20. Gerard called 000 at 7:15 approx. Alison’s phone has never been found – who used the internet on her phone for 13 minutes on the day she went missing?

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  2. Why didn’t Prosecution ask whether he’d ever cut himself shaving before or since, under what conditions and what was the result and who noticed (names, approximate dates, which can then be followed up). If effectively it had never happened before or since, or certainly not with these results, that would be fairly incriminating.

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  3. Why didn’t Prosecution ask whether he’d ever cut himself shaving before or since, under what conditions and what was the result and who noticed (names, approximate dates, which can then be followed up). If effectively it had never happened before or since, or certainly not with these results, that would be fairly incriminating.

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  4. At 6:31 Allisons phone was turned on, and it automatically accessed the internet
    At 6:32 Gerard makes initial attempts to phone her…coincidence?
    Did he assume Allisons phone would need to be turned on to register a missed call?
    He tried ringing several times in succession before Allison’s phone was disconnected, and then he called Police.
    All Police need to do is look at Gerards phone to see if his call or internet connection originated from Origin “Fig Tree Po” the same place Allison’s phone was last used.

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  5. This case haunts me.
    Some comments:
    1) If Allison had crepe Myrtle leaves in her hair, that is significant. She had been to the hairdresser the day before so was unlikely to be gardening…. She must have been
    On the ground somewhere before reaching the bridge . So not suicide.There were crepe Myrtle trees at her home. Can forensIc biologists match a leaf to a parent plant?
    2) Gerard’s huge Master card bill must have been causing him financial pressure. He said they were “maxed out” , Things were coming to a head financially for him

    3) Infidelity is not a crime, but citing a date to his mistress when he would leave Allison suggests that he was bringing things to a head

    4) Toni deluded herself about this man and made excuses to justify her actions… She said that she and Gerard had sex in his home when Allison was away but not in the main bedroom.Silly girl. And how tough things must be for her twins

    5) Whose DNA was under Allison’s nails? Surely that excludes suicide.

    6) Someone used Allison’s phone to access the Internet the morning she was reported missing. Do phone account records track the sites visited in that time?

    Poor Allison and poor little motherless girls.

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