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Post by tigger on 13.04.14 9:27

@canada12 wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
@T4two wrote:Hmmm... the same abduction storyline with link to Madeleine was in the German media too. Coincidence or a concerted effort to put over the idea that abduction of 3-year olds does happen?

And all they have managed to is to show that it doesn't.

And that the main focus seems to be on the involvement of the parents and / or friends of the family in one way or another.

I'm not sure, the public at large will have their belief system in abduction of 3yr olds confirmed.
..but this one ended well ... is added to the spectacular headlines now filed in their heads. If only ......Maddie and so on.

If there is a gap in reporting about the parents now being investigated by the police, it will barely change the above belief system imo and two alleged abductions just around this time - whilst we're waiting. i'm not saying these are fake or engineered, but the publicity could be just that little bit exaggerated to help things along.

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Post by joyce1938 on 13.04.14 10:01

Well after the revalations we heard this week in paper about C Smith  at one time I could barely think there could be such a large cover up about MBM,i am now wide open to realize .how many are envolved? and will we ever see condlusion of this case ?. how high can er go here ,who on earth could warrant this ?  joyce1938

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by TheTruthWillOut on 13.04.14 10:05

Reading the latest news and it turns out it is all over dads drug debt. He was threatened nine weeks ago and owed a few thousand dollars apparently.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/qld/a/22608501/little-chloe-taken-over-dads-drug-debt/

I'm no detective but...IMO

The family know who did this but won't talk.
The dad was assaulted a few hours before Chloe turned up. (made a deal/promise for her to be returned?)
We may already know the name of a person involved in this that isn't family.

I wonder when the police make arrest(s)?

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Post by jeanmonroe on 13.04.14 11:16

@TheTruthWillOut wrote:Reading the latest news and it turns out it is all over dads drug debt. He was threatened nine weeks ago and owed a few thousand dollars apparently.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/qld/a/22608501/little-chloe-taken-over-dads-drug-debt/

I'm no detective but...IMO

The family know who did this but won't talk.
The dad was assaulted a few hours before Chloe turned up. (made a deal/promise for her to be returned?)
We may already know the name of a person involved in this that isn't family.

I wonder when the police make arrest(s)?

Just a 'variation' on a 'theme', imo.

Father 'owes' drug 'debt'

Chloe 'abducted'

Chloe 'found'

Father gives 'exclusive' PAID 'interviews' 'MY ABDUCTION NIGHTMARE/HELL' (receives enough money to repay drug 'debt', plus a few bob, on top, for himself)

Father pays 'debt'

WIN, WIN, ALL ROUND!

As Del Boy Trotter would say,

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by SixMillionQuid on 13.04.14 12:34

@jeanmonroe wrote:
@TheTruthWillOut wrote:Reading the latest news and it turns out it is all over dads drug debt. He was threatened nine weeks ago and owed a few thousand dollars apparently.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/qld/a/22608501/little-chloe-taken-over-dads-drug-debt/

I'm no detective but...IMO

The family know who did this but won't talk.
The dad was assaulted a few hours before Chloe turned up. (made a deal/promise for her to be returned?)
We may already know the name of a person involved in this that isn't family.

I wonder when the police make arrest(s)?

Just a 'variation' on a 'theme', imo.

Father 'owes' drug 'debt'

Chloe 'abducted'

Chloe 'found'

Father gives 'exclusive' PAID 'interviews' 'MY ABDUCTION NIGHTMARE/HELL' (receives enough money to repay drug 'debt', plus a few bob, on top, for himself)

Father pays 'debt'

WIN, WIN, ALL ROUND!

As Del Boy Trotter would say,

"Luvvly Jubbly, EVERYONE'S a winner!"

Exactly what I was thinking. Which is why the police need to get to get to the facts quickly before the PR rent-a-child-abduction-experts start sounding off.

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by TheTruthWillOut on 13.04.14 13:58

This is getting more ridiculous by the minute if this is true

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/brave-chloe-campbell-gives-details-about-her-kidnap-that-left-the-nation-on-edge/story-fnihsrf2-1226883039144

This sticks out the most:

The Courier-Mail can reveal Mr Campbell was seen on a street near his house the night Chloe disappeared, about 20 minutes before his daughter went missing.

1, The Campbells claim to have been in bed from 1am to 7am?
2, The Courier are confirming the CCTV is of Garth then? Or they somehow know the precise time of kidnap?

What a mess and still no arrests.

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by sharonl on 13.04.14 15:24

CHLOE Campbell has described her apparent abductor as “daddy’s friends” as investigations into her unusual kidnapping continue.
The three-year-old used the words when answering family and friends about her mysterious two-day disappearance.
Detective Inspector Bruce McNab told The Courier-Mail the little girl had provided police with “information (they) can use”.
He said Chloe’s secrets had led police to pursue a particular line of inquiry, but detectives were keeping an open mind and pursuing several leads.
But Insp McNab said Chloe had not referred to “daddy’s friends” when questioned by specialist police investigators who have spoken to her several times.
“At no time has she made that reference (about daddy’s friends”) to police,” he said. “Chloe has obviously spoken to family but they’ve never told us about daddy’s friends.”
Police were yesterday taking statements and interviews following The Courier-Mail’s revelations Chloe’s apparent kidnapping could be payback.

Missing three-year-old found alive



It can be seen that a number of smashed and open windows could give an intruder access to the home.




Chloe Campbell, 3, abducted from home at Childers, near Bundaberg

It comes amid mounting speculation that the innocent child was used as a pawn to threaten her father Garth Campbell.
The child was returned to the Childers showgrounds near her home in the dead of night on Friday. She was in good health.
The Courier-Mail’s own investigations have further uncovered Chloe’s parents’ association with known drug dealers in Childers.
A family friend said the couple was friends with a drug-dealing family, one of whom was said to have threatened Mr Campbell nine weeks ago.
The Courier-Mail can reveal Mr Campbell was seen on a street near his house the night Chloe disappeared, about 20 minutes before his daughter went missing.
It was also about 20 minutes before security footage shows two men and a child passing along the railway line behind Pioneer Park, only a few hundred metres from Chloe’s house on the same morning she vanished.
Locals say the girl and her parents regularly walk that same route from their house on the way to town.
Last week The Courier Mail reported that the vision appeared to indicate a child leading the way - as though it knew where it was going - followed by two men.
The family told the public and police that an intruder may have used an unlocked lounge room window to get into the house.
With police tape no longer blocking the street, it can be seen that a number of smashed and open windows could give an intruder access to the home.

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by sharonl on 13.04.14 20:41

@jeanmonroe wrote:
@TheTruthWillOut wrote:Reading the latest news and it turns out it is all over dads drug debt. He was threatened nine weeks ago and owed a few thousand dollars apparently.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/qld/a/22608501/little-chloe-taken-over-dads-drug-debt/

I'm no detective but...IMO

The family know who did this but won't talk.
The dad was assaulted a few hours before Chloe turned up. (made a deal/promise for her to be returned?)
We may already know the name of a person involved in this that isn't family.

I wonder when the police make arrest(s)?

Just a 'variation' on a 'theme', imo.

Father 'owes' drug 'debt'

Chloe 'abducted'

Chloe 'found'

Father gives 'exclusive' PAID 'interviews' 'MY ABDUCTION NIGHTMARE/HELL' (receives enough money to repay drug 'debt', plus a few bob, on top, for himself)

Father pays 'debt'

WIN, WIN, ALL ROUND!

As Del Boy Trotter would say,

"Luvvly Jubbly, EVERYONE'S a winner!"


Just what I was thinking - (just a theory though)

Father gets attacked for drugs debt
Media turns up and sees Chloe, a Maddie lookalike
journalist has a brainwave and pays the father to create a story (as they have been known to do in the McCann case)
The child is put in safe hands
The media get their story
The father pays off his debt

Either a party to this chickens out with the huge search going on, and drops Chloe in a safe place.
Or, the child is found so that the press can say "new hope for the McCanns"

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by Gillyspot on 13.04.14 21:10

Now the police say Chloe didn't say "daddys friends" to them

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When answering family and friends about her mysterious disappearance, she used the words "daddy's friends" when describing who snatched her, the Courier-Mail reports.
Special police investigators have since interviewed the little girl and detectives are now pursuing a particular line of inquiry based on information she gave them, Detective Inspector Bruce McNab told the newspaper.
But he said at no point did Chloe refer to "daddy's friends" when speaking with police."

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/2014/04/14/05/31/chloe-abducted-by-daddy-s-friends

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Post by ChippyM on 14.04.14 12:30

I think the dad was faking an abduction too. Right from the start I thought he looked like an addict, living in a large city I can spot these kind of people a mile off! No doubt an all round upstanding character who would use his own child to get money but didn't really have the necessary intellect to fool the police and she 'appeared' earlier than planned.
    At least he did his kids a favour by landing himself in it and hopefully won't be a part of their lives for much longer.

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Post by PeterMac on 14.04.14 12:33

Someone on another site mused about whether he was planning a "collection" to pay off the debts.

Also, looking at the "house" is it in a fact a mobile home with a bit of brickwork round the bottom., and another one bolted on the other side ?

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Post by jeanmonroe on 14.04.14 14:10

@PeterMac wrote:Someone on another site mused about whether he was planning a "collection" to pay off the debts.

Also, looking at the "house" is it in a fact a mobile home with a bit of brickwork round the bottom., and another one bolted on the other side ?

'Collection'? = 'new' word for (Chloe's) 'FUND' Leaving No Joint Untoked Limited'

Private Ltd Company By Guarantee

'Fund'.... is "sooo last year, darh-ling"!

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Post by PeterMac on 14.04.14 14:46

@jeanmonroe wrote:
'Fund'.... is "sooo last year, darh-ling"!
And also as close to "Banned" for non-Charities as the totally toothless Charities Commission can manage.

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by Guest on 15.04.14 19:44

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/chloe-campbell--mystery-police-seize-parents-clothes-20140415-36pzo.html#ixzz2yxxxSPGC

Suspicions of parental involvement so yes, some similarity to the McCanns after all.......

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Post by rainbow-fairy on 15.04.14 21:04

yes  NFWTD, saw that on Twitter, apparently they are taking DNA samples.

Also that a 45yr old (rumoured to be a friend of Garth's) has been arrested and is in court tomorrow - link direct from twitter:

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by PeterMac on 15.04.14 22:06

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/04/16/man-charged-chloe-campbell-abduction?

Campbell abduction
A man is facing court charged with the abduction of toddler Chloe Campbell from her family home 300km north of Brisbane.

A man has been arrested and charged with the abduction of southern Queensland toddler Chloe Campbell.
The 45-year-old man, who lives one suburb away from the three-year-old girl's family, was charged on Tuesday night with one count of break and enter and one count of deprivation of liberty.
His appearance in Bundaberg Magistrates Court on Wednesday also comes six days after Chloe was taken from the lounge of her family home in Childers, sparking a frantic two-day search near Bundaberg.
Chloe went missing before dawn on Thursday last week but was found by police in darkness during the early hours of Saturday morning, wandering around showgrounds across the road from her family home.
The charged man lives in South Isis, one suburb away from Chloe's family, about 300km north of Brisbane.
On the day of Chloe's abduction, her father Garth Campbell indicated it was likely someone who knew the family took his daughter.
"I don't think there's any possible way she's wandered off," he told AAP.
A Queensland police spokeswoman declined to say if the man was a family friend.
"We don't confirm relationships," she said.

Detective Inspector Bruce McNab is holding a media conference in Bundaberg on Wednesday morning.

Or you might prefer THIS
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/chloe-campbell--mystery-police-seize-parents-clothes-20140415-36pzo.html?

Chloe Campbell mystery: Police seize parents' clothes
Date April 16, 2014 - 12:01AM

Chloe Campbell went missing from her Childers home.
Speculation is mounting about the involvement of Garth Campbell in his daughter’s unusual kidnapping in central Queensland.
Police have seized the clothes three-year-old Chloe Campbell was wearing when she was found 42 hours after being snatched from her family’s Childers home.
It is understood clothing has also been seized from Mr Campbell and Chloe’s mother Tammy O’Donnell.
The couple has also voluntarily given police DNA samples.
Detective Inspector Bruce McNab said police were searching for fibres, fingerprints and DNA that might lead investigators to Chloe’s abductor.
Chloe was snatched from her home, about 300 kilometres north of Brisbane, about 6am last Thursday.
She was found by police after being dumped at the Childers Showgrounds across the road from her Ridgeway Street home about 1am on Sunday.
Hours before Chloe was found, Mr Campbell was reportedly involved in a drunken fist fight with another man outside the town’s Federal Hotel.
A woman who reportedly witnessed the fight has claimed she overheard the second man yell: ‘‘You know where your daughter is.’’
‘‘He [Mr Campbell] knew ... what happened,’’ the unidentified woman told Nine News.
‘‘He said he knows, but couldn’t do nothing about it.’’
The morning after his daughter disappeared, Mr Campbell said he was certain the kidnapper knew his family, but stopped short of revealing more.

Police Commissioner Ian Stewart did not comment on the veracity of the woman’s claims, but said investigators were keeping an open mind on the case.
‘‘We’ll take action in relation to anyone who’s broken the law,’’ he told reporters on Tuesday.
Chloe’s family believe the intruder snatched the toddler from the lounge room, where she was sleeping with her sisters, via an unlocked window.
Inspector McNab said DNA samples had been taken from about 20 people, including family and friends and ‘‘other people around town whose names have come up’’.
‘‘We’ve had a fantastic result in getting Chloe back alive and well ... but it still leaves that unanswered question of, ‘Who took Chloe?’’ he said.
Inspector McNab said detectives were following ‘‘some lines of inquiry’’, but would not confirm if any persons of interest had been identified.
‘‘We’ve got a number of possible scenarios that we’ve thought of, or that people have told us, and each one of those we’re following to its logical conclusion,’’ he said.
‘‘We’ve spoken to a pretty broad cross-section of the Childers community.’’

Watch the Family ? ? ?

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Re: Missing girl in Australia

Post by petunia on 15.04.14 22:46

imo this unidentified woman knows the man Campbell was arguing with..

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Post by jozi on 16.04.14 7:29

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/chloe-campbell--mystery-police-seize-parents-clothes-20140415-36pzo.html#ixzz2yxxxSPGC

Suspicions of parental involvement so yes, some similarity to the McCanns after all.......

The Mathews case also comes to mind,what lovely parents !!!

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Post by Guest on 16.04.14 8:31

"Detectives have charged a man over the alleged abduction of a child from Childers.

The man was not the toddler's father, a police spokesman said.

Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/childers-child-abduction-man-charged-20140416-36qb0.html#ixzz2z23wwKrw

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Post by aiyoyo on 16.04.14 8:41

The child, who now cannot be identified for legal reasons, was reported missing from her home, about 300 kilometres north of Brisbane, last Thursday morning.

Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/childers-child-abduction-man-charged-20140416-36qb0.html#ixzz2z24P2iTs

Her face is pixated out.

Her identity complete with picture has dominated world head lines now suddenly she can't be named !!

An example of the legacy of UK law applied in commonwealth country.


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Post by PeterMac on 16.04.14 8:53

[quote="aiyoyo"]
The child, who now cannot be identified for legal reasons, was reported missing from her home, about 300 kilometres north of Brisbane, last Thursday morning.
Her face is pixated out.
Her identity complete with picture has dominated world head lines now suddenly she can't be named !!
An example of the legacy of UK law applied in commonwealth country.
It is a silly as the girl who was named and whose photo was on the front page of every paper when she was "missing" with the teacher in France, but suddenly could not be named when he was charged.
We can understand the reasoning behind the rule, but in practice is often becomes risible.

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The bloke accused of taking her is a local druggie

Post by PeterMac on 16.04.14 11:30

http://www.news-mail.com.au/news/man-charged-alleged-abduction-childers-sorry/2231485/

Court: Accused abductor 'felt sorry' for how girl was living
NewsMail reporters  15th Apr 2014 11:17 PM  Updated: 16th Apr 2014 1:52 PM
Eden James Kane.
The man accused of abducting a three-year-old Childers toddler says he took the sleeping child because he felt sorry for the way she was living, a court has heard.
Eden James Kane, 45, of Rainbows Rd in South Isis, appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court this morning charged with one count each of burglary, abduction of a child under 16 and deprivation of liberty.
Kane sat slumped in the prison dock, buried his face in his hands, turned his back and avoided the gaze of the public gallery - which included a media pack and the alleged victim's parents - for the duration of his court appearance.

http://www.news-mail.com.au/news/apn-drugs-trigger-childers-fire/100785/
Drugs trigger Childers fire bug
11th Aug 2005

ALCOHOL, marijuana and stopping his course of anti-depressants led a Childers man to light fires around his home and threaten police with a samurai sword early this year.
Bundaberg District Court was told that on January 1, Eden James Kane lit a series of fires around his home, aiming to surround his home with fire before police arrived.
Kane pleaded guilty to wilful damage, four counts of threatening violence, possessing a dangerous drug, possessing a utensil, lighting an unauthorised fire, failing to report a fire and failing to take reasonable action to extinguish a fire.
He also pleaded guilty to a raft of fireworks charges, including storing fireworks in a secured area that is not part of a dwelling or shop, unauthorised possession of explosives, unauthorised use of explosives and using explosives under conditions endangering life.
Crown prosecutor Callan Cas-sidy told the court police were called to Kane's property by the Queensland Rural Fire Service.
Police found Kane roaming around his home wearing only his underwear, smeared in red paint.

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Post by sofieellis on 16.04.14 11:59

This report says he has no connections to the family. But if he doesn't know them, how could he say he felt sorry for the way she was living? It doesn't make sense.

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/2014/04/16/07/28/qld-man-charged-with-abduction-of-girl


A man has appeared in court charged with the abduction of a three-year-old girl from her home in southeast Queensland.


Eden James Kane, 45, appeared in Bundaberg Magistrates Court without legal representation on Wednesday morning and did not apply for bail.
He was charged on Tuesday night over the abduction of a toddler from the lounge room of a house in Childers before dawn last week.
After a frantic search, police found the girl in a showground in the dark two days later.
Earlier, Detective Inspector Bruce McNab said the man, from the neighbouring suburb of South Isis, was not known to the family.
"It's safe to say that he has no links to the family," he told reporters in Bundaberg.
Magistrate Deborah Vasta remanded Kane in custody until Thursday.
Kane is also facing deprivation of liberty and entering a dwelling with intent charges.

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Post by PeterMac on 16.04.14 13:56

@sofieellis wrote:This report says he has no connections to the family. But if he doesn't know them, how could he say he felt sorry for the way she was living? It doesn't make sense.
He is clearly giving McEvidence at this stage.
Confusion is good.

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Post by SixMillionQuid on 16.04.14 14:28

Oh it was a complete stranger. Brilliant, now this story can be spun in the UK.

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