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Offline Brigadier

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Publication of Lois' Version of Events
« on: July 26, 2016, 08:16:53 PM »
My interest in this case was rekindled earlier this year when I read through Sion and Bob's book on the case: The Murder of Billie-Jo. To the extent that I felt compelled to post a synopsis on it:

https://www.facebook.com/paul.gardner.125323/posts/10154318845057022

It is very thorough in everything it covers: Sion and Lois' early lives together, Billie-Jo coming into the family, the tragedy and the subsequent fallout. It also mentions that during the appeal, Lois had clearly been having discussions with at least one publisher. My question is, other than the few articles that have been based on interviews she has given, has there been anything published giving her/the prosecution's perspective? There may well be a legal reason why not. If so, please do let me know.

What I am particularly after is a rebuttal to Sion's account. After all this is a professionally produced publication created jointly by Sion and an experienced author on such matters. But it is ultimately from Sion's perspective and I would interested in reading what she has to say, if anything at all.

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Re: Publication of Lois' Version of Events
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2016, 06:09:22 PM »
My interest in this case was rekindled earlier this year when I read through Sion and Bob's book on the case: The Murder of Billie-Jo. To the extent that I felt compelled to post a synopsis on it:

https://www.facebook.com/paul.gardner.125323/posts/10154318845057022

It is very thorough in everything it covers: Sion and Lois' early lives together, Billie-Jo coming into the family, the tragedy and the subsequent fallout. It also mentions that during the appeal, Lois had clearly been having discussions with at least one publisher. My question is, other than the few articles that have been based on interviews she has given, has there been anything published giving her/the prosecution's perspective? There may well be a legal reason why not. If so, please do let me know.

What I am particularly after is a rebuttal to Sion's account. After all this is a professionally produced publication created jointly by Sion and an experienced author on such matters. But it is ultimately from Sion's perspective and I would interested in reading what she has to say, if anything at all.

What occurred in Sion's case is not in the least unusual.  When the prosecution get a hold of ones family they can put all sorts of doubts and ideas in their head.  I wonder if this was what happened with Lois?
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Re: Publication of Lois' Version of Events
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2016, 06:45:33 PM »
That certainly seems to be the case according to Sion's book. Up until the 'Feed it to mum' episode, Lois was totally supportive of Sion in person and during interviews. It was immediately after that that she changed her tune.

Sion/Bob explain that there are strict rules regarding putting evidence to suspects. But not when it comes to dealing with their family.