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NSW WILLIAM TYRELL: Missing from Kendall, NSW - 12 Sept 2014 - Age 3

Discussion in 'Australia: Missing & Unidentified' started by MarlyWings, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    William Tyrrell: four years on, police hand case of missing boy to coroner
    Detectives hope to test evidence gathered since the three-year-old vanished from his grandmother’s yard

    The case of the missing New South Wales boy William Tyrrell is to be handed to the coroner and an inquest proposed for next year.

    On the fourth anniversary of William’s disappearance, NSW police announced that investigators have been speaking with the coroner and an inquest before the deputy state coroner Harriet Grahame has been proposed.

    In a statement, police said investigators in the case “would like to acknowledge the continued strength and courage of William Tyrrell’s families today … Over the past year, investigators have continued to explore lines of inquiry in an effort to find out what happened to William, including a large-scale forensic search.”

    The deputy coroner had requested a brief of evidence, the statement said, which would be provided by the end of the year.

    The inquest would be “an opportunity to test information and evidence gathered by Strike Force Rosann and further the investigation”, police said. “This is another step in ensuring answers are provided to William’s loved ones.”

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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Thousands sign petition to drop charges against William Tyrrell detective Gary Jubelin

    Almost 4,000 people have signed a petition calling for charges against a high-profile NSW homicide detective to be dropped.

    Gary Jubelin, who lead the fresh search for missing toddler William Tyrrell, was also involved in investigating the death of Sydney man Matthew Leveson and the disappearance of three Aboriginal children - Evelyn Greenup, Clinton Speedy-Duroux and Colleen Walker – in Bowravillle in the 1990s.

    Jubelin, 57, was last week charged with four offences under the Surveillance Devices Act and is expected to face court in Sydney next month.

    He’s denied any wrongdoing.

    Jubelin resigned in May, after being taken off the Tyrrell case in March.

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  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Ten to produce William Tyrrell podcast

    Ten has announced its next podcast will focus on the story of missing child William Tyrell.

    The show will be hosted by Lia Harris and Natarsha Belling and will be produced in consultation with Tyrell’s foster parents.

    The announcement:

    10 Speaks has today released its first true crime podcast Where’s William Tyrrell? The podcast, featuring 10 News First journalist Lia Harris in conversation with Natarsha Belling, investigates the mysterious disappearance of three-year-old William Tyrell from his foster grandmother’s house in Kendall, New South Wales, on 12 September 2014.

    It is produced in consultation with William’s foster parents, who also feature exclusively in the podcast. It is the first time his foster parents have given an interview about the case in four years.

    Lia said: “I was one of the first journalists on the scene in Kendall when William disappeared and I’ve been following the case closely ever since. I’ve become determined to uncover the truth, particularly as I have come to know his foster family so well.

    “This podcast will include an unprecedented in-depth interview with his foster parents as they speak about the devastating day William went missing, what life has been like for them over the past four and a half years and what they hope for the future of the investigation. They, like me, hope this podcast will shed new light on the case and help bring them some much-needed closure.”

    Network 10’s director of news content Ross Dagan said: “We have a fantastic team of journalists here at 10 and now, with 10 Speaks, we’re able to extend their talents into the audio space.

    “Where’s William Tyrrell? reflects Lia’s brilliant inquiring mind, hard work and unwavering dedication to the story. It delves deep into the baffling disappearance of William with the support of his foster parents – that is incredible access. For anyone who has followed the case, this is a must-listen fresh perspective. We all hope it helps us get closer to uncovering what happened to William, particularly in the lead-up to the August inquest.”

    The podcast, researched, produced and presented by Lia Harris, is available from today on Acast, Apple Podcasts and Spotify, with new episodes dropping each Monday.

    Excerpts from the interview will air exclusively on 10 News First nationally on Monday at 5.00pm, with extensive supporting coverage on 10 Daily.

    The launch of Where’s William Tyrrell? by 10 Speaks follows the debut of The Western Front, a weekly AFL podcast hosted by 10 News First Perth presenter Tim Gossage and reporter Lachy Reid, and The Professor and The Hack, a weekly podcast focused on politics hosted by 10’s network political editor Peter Van Onselen and national affairs editor Hugh Riminton.


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  5. Steve

    Steve Well-Known Member

    I haven’t gotten into the crime podcast scene yet but maybe I’ll try this one. ID Discovery keeps me busy enough, though.
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  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    William Tyrrell abducted by 'sneaky, complex' person, inquest hears
    No forensic evidence, no known eyewitnesses and a "sneaky, complex" abductor make the disappearance of William Tyrrell among the world's hardest cases to solve, an inquest has been told.

    Despite hundreds of claimed sightings, intense searches of nearby bush and dozens of interviews, police still have no fixed conclusions on where William went, counsel assisting the coroner Gerald Craddock SC told the NSW Coroners Court on Wednesday.

    "The present state of evidence is if William was murdered - and that’s a big if - it may be one of those rare, three per cent of cases," Mr Craddock told the inquest.

    "(For cases with no eyewitnesses and no evidence) worldwide, these cases have proven the most difficult to solve."

    Mr Craddock said William was likely taken by car and police remained of the belief they could solve the case.

    "The offender is a sneaky, complex offender who has hidden their desires for some time and has chosen to act on those desires."

    The inquest resumed on Wednesday for the second round of hearings in Sydney and Taree, set to focus on the police investigation to find William.

    He stressed any suggestion that those called to give evidence were suspects was "simply wrong".

    "This is an inquest and not a criminal trial," he said. "There has not yet been a conclusive breakthrough (in the police investigation), otherwise someone would have been charged and we wouldn't be here."

    Former detective inspector Gary Jubelin, who led the fresh investigation into William's disappearance, was among those to attend the inquest on Wednesday.


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