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Offline John

Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #15 on: March 04, 2012, 04:24:50 AM »
Quote from: gordo board=mitchell thread=122 post=869 time=1319062603
I don't need you to talk for me John, yes indeed I am a firm believer in Luke's innocence of the crime he was incarcerated for.

I have always tried to be objective with any questions asked of me or those that are put on a public forum. I really only want the truth but until those who get in the way of that truth can explain themselves in that same objective manner then you may find me more obtrusive than I am.

So why post disingenuously and tell lies about something you know absolutely nothing about?
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Offline John

Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #16 on: March 04, 2012, 04:25:46 AM »
Quote from: gordo board=mitchell thread=122 post=854 time=1319059012

This would be the 6pm when many people were returning from their work or shopping trips. This would be the 6pm when Luke was hanging around the area waiting for Jodi.

This would not be the early afternoon when a boy goes home after school, a short journey and one with the likelyhood of no cars being on that road in the short time he was.



This for me again is supposition, basing the actual events in a context of perceived events is not doing anyone justice.



Do you have any idea how long it would have taken him to walk to his mothers house Gordo?  You have no real idea of the distance and time involved do you?

You are expecting us to believe that no cars passed Luke as he walked home from school, no pedestrians saw Luke, no school pals saw Luke and no school pals walked home with Luke.

Could the moon be made of cheese in your estimation?
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gordo

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Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #17 on: March 04, 2012, 04:26:25 AM »
No school pals saw him at all if you are to be believed though John. Tell me am I to simply just believe that no one saw him in a far longer period when he was out the house than the relative short journey to his house?

Offline John

Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #18 on: March 04, 2012, 04:27:17 AM »
Quote from: gordo board=mitchell thread=122 post=854 time=1319059012
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In addition, as the Mitchell home is located within a large housing site the chances of him being observed and by someone who knew him was very high yet nobody came forward.


This for me again is supposition, basing the actual events in a context of perceived events is not doing anyone justice.

So the housing site was a ghost town too....was Luke Mitchell the only living thing there that afternoon?
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gordo

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Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #19 on: March 04, 2012, 04:28:03 AM »
John I have only asked one question all night and that is why didn't this area that in your expert opinion and observance not produce one witness that could verify your own position about Luke coming home?

Offline John

Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #20 on: March 04, 2012, 04:28:55 AM »
Quote from: gordo board=mitchell thread=122 post=854 time=1319059012
   
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We have always wondered about this. Given the seriousness and enormity of the allegations against him you would have thought that someone would have seen him walk home after school that afternoon and come forward to clear him. Apparently not.
Then again, why are we not surprised when his own brother couldn't even give him an alibi?

The key word here is apparently, you cannot for sure say that no one came forward with this information as it was never asked in court.

Shane never gave Luke an alibi simply because he couldn't as he did not see Luke in the house, are you suggesting that he should have lied also to provide such a thing?



If anyone came forward the defence would have known about it.

Shane was coached by his mother who sent him back to the police to change his story.  It didn't wash.  In court he was warned of the consequences for him if he lied.  He then had to tell the truth and admit that he did not see Luke at home that afternoon. Apparently it was a ghost who made dinner!   ;D
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Offline John

Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #21 on: March 04, 2012, 04:29:23 AM »
Quote from: gordo board=mitchell thread=122 post=875 time=1319063993
John I have only asked one question all night and that is why didn't this area that in your expert opinion and observance not produce one witness that could verify your own position about Luke coming home?


You will have to rephrase that Gordon, don't understand your one question.
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gordo

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Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #22 on: March 04, 2012, 04:30:20 AM »
Well basically what I am asking is why can it be taken seriously that no one saw Luke leaving school and heading in a direction away from his house, why can you say with certainty that no one could have saw Luke in a longer period when he was out of the house but be so positive that no one could have seen him going home in a shorter period.

How can you justify the fact that the prosecution did not and will not agree with your assumption, how can you know that no one had came forward and provided information that would allow the prosecution to simply skip this fundamental period of time?

Sry that's more than 1 question...

Offline Admin

Re: Why was Luke not seen after school?
« Reply #23 on: March 04, 2012, 05:45:45 PM »
Quote from: Corinne Mitchell
Now Lamberton is having another go at Shanes memory. He states "Imagine folks,two days after the murder he couldn't even remember Luke making the dinner that afternoon"

Yes, imagine! 2 days after the murder? we were all shocked. We were all traumatised. Remembering whether his brother made dinner or not doesn't actually spring to mind as an important thing!

And again, their double standards......2 days after the murder AW couldn't remember what she was wearing!! You can't condem one for their memory and not the other

Yes, It was to turn into a very important thing afterwards but not 2 days afterwards. It is easy for those to condem......when they haven't been in that particular situation!

http://forum.wronglyaccusedperson.org.uk/series-on-cases-from-sandra-leans-book-no-smoke/the-lm-alibi-offered-at-trial-was-it-necessary-has-it-obstructed-justice/msg10824/#msg10824


An important thing? ......Yes, the whole case basically, it's a pity he didn't even remember seeing Luke in the house either but, then again, he wouldn't have done if he wasn't there.

Even his own brother couldn't admit to having seen him, heard him or smelled the dinner he alleged to have burned in the family home that afternoon.

You couldn't make this stuff up if you tried?