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The Allison Baden-Clay Case

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The Allison Baden-Clay Case

The body of a woman was discovered on a creek bank under Kholo Bridge Crossing at Anstead in Brisbane’s west on the first of May 2012.

This body belongs to Allison Baden-Clay, 43 yr old mother of 3 young children and wife to Gerard Baden-Clay.

Allison Baden-Clay Case
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Just 10 days earlier, Allison had been reported missing by her husband Gerard. It was treated then as a missing person’s case and not a criminal investigation. Police Superintendent Mark Ainsworth says that Gerard Baden-Clay is ‘not a person of interest’.

Days pass by with no sightings of Allison. A major incident room has now been setup at the Indooroopilly Police Station for investigation into Allison Baden-Clays disappearance.

April 24th 2012

Gerard Baden-Clay talks to the media outside his house.

“I’m trying to look after my children at the moment, we’ve got three young girls. We really trust that the police are doing everything they can to find my wife,” he said.

A caring concerned husband. Gerard appears with scratches on the right hand side of his face which he claims were from a shaving accident. Police photograph and document these scratches.

Allison Baden-Clay Case
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April 26th 2012

Police seize bags of material from the Baden-Clay’s house and Gerard Baden-Clay’s office. It appears something is afoot.

The media is awash with updates and appeals urgently requesting information on Allison’s whereabouts.

Allison Baden-Clay Case
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Days pass by and Gerard Baden-Clay releases a brief statement thanking the media and public for their support saying his priority is the welfare of his missing wife and three daughters.

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Michelle Gadd

Being a single parent since her children were toddlers, Michelle has enjoyed life's challenges, and is able to relate to other mothers and fathers of...Read Morechildren growing up and developing through life's stages. The laughter, heartbreak, tantrums and victories are all memories to be shared and embraced. With sheer determination or as some may prefer to call it stubbornness and with a sometimes twisted view - Michelle will always find the humorous side of life. Michelle has a business background working in Government departments for over 20 years holding multiple Business Diploma's and other certifications including Training and Assessing, Project Management and Volunteer Coordination amongst them. With an attitude of "˜life being an adventure - start living', she is always looking for new challenges and the chance to share knowledge and experiences with the Stay At Home Mum Community. Mother of two teens who also makes claim to even have her sanity intact (on most days) Michelle has ventured into writing sharing her sometime sassy and wry sense of humour. Read Less

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