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    so there is the report done by a psychic in the first week of Allison's disppearance. It is very VERY telling IMO.

    at this stage of the investigation, very little was known to the public, and the psychic stated she didnt read any details upfront so she wouldnt be influenced, but even if she did, not much had been reported by 28th April.

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    Default Baden-Clay murder immunity rumour attacked

    ATTORNEY-General denies claims he's been approached to grant immunity to a suspect involved in Allison's murder.

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    QUEENSLAND'S top lawmaker has denied claims he's been approached to grant immunity to a suspect in the murder of Allison Baden-Clay, but says he would be happy to consider such an application by police in the future.

    Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie yesterday blasted Ipswich councillor Paul Tully for blogging about an alleged offer of immunity from prosecution to a person who may face charges over the murder, as an accessory before or after the fact.

    "If the police put in a request I have the power to grant immunity to someone if they believe they can get someone by evidence that's going to incriminate someone else, but I haven't had that approach as far as I know," he said.

    "I'd just caution Cr Tully from spectacularly blogging about murder cases in Queensland and encourage him to get back to his constituents.

    "He's not a journalist, he's a councillor."

    Mr Bleijie said the application was not unheard of, and he'd granted immunity in the past because sometimes it was "better to get the real bad person rather than the underlings".

    "But in terms of this particular case, I haven't signed off or seen anything and neither has my office," he said.

    "If anything does come, I've got to look at the evidence and make an assessment on it.

    "I can't make an assessment yet because I haven't received anything; not saying that I'm not going to in the future."

    Cr Tully said on his blog any deal which the police considered necessary to put a murderer behind bars would be a "totally appropriate way of ensuring that justice is finally done in this bizarre case".

    "Although the police have a prime suspect for the murder and apparently have no doubt whatsoever about that person's guilt, they are apparently facing some serious evidentiary problems in proving their case beyond reasonable doubt before a judge and jury," Cr Tully wrote on his blog.

    "If the evidence of a reluctant accessory would overcome that evidentiary difficulty and ensure the guilty party is brought to justice, it would be a powerful inducement to a person in such predicament to give evidence against the murderer in exchange for an iron-clad deal to give them legal immunity from prosecution.

    "Normally, such immunities are rarely given early in a murder investigation."

    Police said yesterday there was no basis for the speculation, and asked if Cr Tully could call them should he have "any information or inside gossip" in the future.

    When asked about the strength of his sources, Cr Tully told The Courier-Mail they were "reliable, but not impeccable".

    Cr Tully also wrote that the Crime and Misconduct Commission may already be using its "star chamber" coercive powers to make people talk.

    A spokeswoman for the CMC yesterday said the commission could neither confirm nor deny involvement.

    Allison Baden-Clay murder: Rumour of indemnity application for accessory rejected | The Courier-Mail


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    Gerard Baden-Clay has been called in for police questioning again in relation to the mysterious murder of his wife Allison in Brisbane.

    Mr Baden-Clay has spent the afternoon at Indooroopilly police station, sparking speculation police may have new clues in the investigation.

    Detectives have spoken to Mr Baden-Clay previously but have not said why they have called him in again. He has not been arrested.

    Mr Baden-Clay's lawyer Darren Mahoney has confirmed to the his client is at the police station but did not comment on why.

    Mrs Baden-Clay was initially reported missing from her Brookfield home in April 20.

    Her body was found on the banks of the Kholo Creek 10 days later.

    Queensland Police Media have refused to comment.

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    GERARD Baden-Clay's lawyer Darren Mahony said his client would be charged with murder tonight.

    At a press conference at Indooroopilly police station Mr Mahony confirmed the dad of three would be charged.

    "Police have indicated the intention to charge my client with murder," Mr Mahony said.

    "He’s devastated."

    Mr Mahony said it was Baden-Clay’s intention to "defend the charge vigorously".

    When asked when Baden-Clay expected to be charged, Mr Mahony said "tonight".

    His statement came just minutes after senior investigators Brian Wilkins, the head of homicide, and Mark Ainsworth, the top cop in charge of the drawn-out investigation, left the police station.

    Detectives have spoken to Mr Baden-Clay, 41, in the past.

    Mr Baden-Clay's lawyer Darren Mahony confirmed to The Courier-Mail that his client was at the station.

    When asked, he said he did not know why his client was at the station.

    Mrs Baden-Clay was reported missing from her Brookfield home on April 20 after she failed to return from a walk.

    The mother-of-three's disappearance sparked a massive hunt involving hundreds of police and SES personnel.

    Her body was found on the banks of the Kholo Creek at Anstead 10 days later.

    Hundreds of mourners turned out for her funeral on May 11.


    Allison Baden-Clay murder case: Gerard Baden-Clay to be charged with murder, lawyer confirms | The Courier-Mail


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    Default Gerard Baden-Clay to be charged with murder

    GERARD Baden-Clay is expected to be charged with the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay.

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    GERARD Baden-Clay has been charged with the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay.

    A handcuffed Mr Baden-Clay was taken from Indooroopilly police station to the Roma Street watchhouse by police, arriving just after 6.40pm.

    Mr Baden-Clay's lawyer Darren Mahony said his client was "devastated".

    He said it was Baden-Clay’s intention to "defend the charge vigorously".

    Mr Mahony said Mr Baden-Clay had instructed him to make an "urgent" bail application.

    Accused murderers cannot apply for bail in the magistrates court so Mr Mahony will have to go the Supreme Court.

    However, a Supreme Court bail application cannot be heard until at least 48 hours after it is filed so Mr Baden-Clay is likely to remain behind bars until at least early next week.

    A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said police would not be making any comment on what remained an ongoing investigation.

    Several police cars, including scientific police and detectives from State Crime Operation Command's Homicide Squad, have arrived at the Baden-Clay family home on Brookfield Rd.

    Police have moved the media away before several cars arrived at 6.25pm.

    Scientific police appear to be searching the Baden-Clay home with torches and have switched on several lights both up and downstairs.


    Mrs Baden-Clay was reported missing from her Brookfield home on April 20 after she failed to return from a walk.

    The mother-of-three's disappearance sparked a massive hunt involving hundreds of police and SES personnel.

    Her body was found on the banks of the Kholo Creek at Anstead 10 days later.

    Hundreds of mourners turned out for her funeral on May 11.

    For more than six weeks, dozens of bunches of flowers, cards and even whirly-gigs, have decorated the front fence of the Baden-Clay's family home on Brookfield Rd.

    Tonight, just five bunches remain but they continue to be a testament to the love and sadness of the Brookfield community, west of Brisbane, in the wake of Allison Baden-Clay's senseless disappearance and murder.

    Elsewhere, the parents of Gerard Baden-Clay arrived at their Kenmore home about 5.50pm without Baden-Clay's three daughters.

    Nigel and Elaine Baden-Clay rushed into the house from their car while two neighbours ran to the boot and grabbed their bags before joining them inside.

    The Courier-Mail understands Allison Baden-Clay's three daughters were taken to Ferny Grove police station before being picked up by Allison's parents, the Dickies.

    Allison Baden-Clay murder case: Gerard Baden-Clay charged with murder | The Courier-Mail


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    Eagleboy, I was sitting watching the news this afternoon when i heard the news.
    Wow, how sad.
    What can ya say about this.
    I so hoped that he wasn't involved espesh for the sake of his girls.
    I heard and also read in your post eagleboy that he denys the charge vigorously.
    The police must be so sure about the evidence they have or they would not have made an arrest,
    They would want to get it right.

    I guess as time rolls on more will be revealed.

    Such a sad day for the families friends and all those whos hearts were touched by this tragic event.



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    Police have charged the husband of slain Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay with murder.

    Shortly before 6.30pm, Gerard Baden-Clay was driven from Indooroopilly station in an unmarked police car. He was formally charged with murder at the Brisbane watchhouse tonight.

    It is understood Mr Baden-Clay was arrested at his real estate office in Toowong Tower about 3pm. His three daughters, aged five, eight and 10, were taken to Ferny Grove police station where they were collected by Mrs Baden-Clay's parents, Priscilla and Geoff Dickie, who traveled up from the Gold Coast.

    Mr Baden-Clay was being interviewed by police at the Indooroopilly station's Major Incident Room after arriving there several hours ago.

    Earlier, Mr Baden-Clay's solicitor Darren Mahony told reporters outside the police station that detectives intended to charge his client with murder.

    “The police have indicated an intention to charge my client,” he said.

    “He is devastated and his intention is clearly to defend the charge vigorously.”

    Mrs Baden-Clay, a mother of three, was reported missing by her husband on April 20.

    Her body was found 10 days later by a canoeist under the Kholo Creek Bridge near Ipswich.

    It is understood Mr Baden-Clay had refused to provide police with a formal statement until now.

    It will be eight weeks tomorrow since Mrs Baden-Clay disappeared.


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    rss Baden-Clay in court over murder

    THE husband of murdered Brisbane woman Allison Baden-Clay has made his first court appearance after being charged with her killing.

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