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Wynarka/Belanglo murders - Karlie Pearce-Stevenson, 20, & Khandalyce Pearce-Stevenson, 2 *ARREST*

Discussion in 'Australia: Crimes & Trials' started by MarlyWings, Jul 16, 2015.

  1. MarlyWings

    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    Some of them are listed on doe network and others on Aust Missing Persons site. Probably because we don't have a lot of UID's compared to other countries, we don't have a central database as such but all states keep their own records, all of which can be accessed by other states.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases-int/uid-geo-index-int.html

    http://www.australianmissingpersonsregister.com/Remains.htm

    http://www.missingpersons.gov.au/
     
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  2. MarlyWings

    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    Just as I thought. It would seem Ms Passmore may have been offered immunity. This is from back in early October before the connection was made between the two cases....

    October 2, 2015

    Inspector Hutchins said immunity from prosecution could be on the table for those not directly involved in murder of the Wynarka child.

    "If you're on the periphery of this crime, come to us before we come to you," he said. "There is things we can offer, like immunity."

    http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/little-gi...tim-of-wynarkas-homicide-20150923-gjt1ah.html
     
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  3. MarlyWings

    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    Hazel Passmore reaches settlement with alleged killer Daniel Holdom over car crash injuries

    9th May,2016

    THE woman linked to the Karlie and Khandalyce murder investigation has reached an out-of-court settlement with the alleged killer for injuries she sustained in a car crash.

    The District Court on Monday heard that Hazel Passmore had settled her claim against former partner Daniel Marshall, now known as Daniel Holdom, over the 2008 crash in South Australia’s Far North.

    Court documents showed Ms Passmore was seeking unspecified damages in her claim, in which she asserted the crash and her injuries were caused by Holdom’s negligence.

    However, she did not seek compensation for the deaths of her two children — an oversight Master Mark Rice recommended she address prior to the lawsuit entering settlement discussions.

    The court on Monday heard Ms Passmore and Holdom had reached a settlement over her claim.

    The Advertiser understands any payout would come from Holdom’s compulsory third-party insurance.

    http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/...s/news-story/a1ad779785c5e756122a61aa4c813a83
     
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  4. MarlyWings

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    May 9th 2016

    Ms Pearce-Stevenson's daughter Khandalyce, 2, died between 2.17am on December 19 and 12.52am on December 20, 2008. Her remains were found in a suitcase beside an South Australian highway in July, 2015.

    Mr Holdom has yet to plead to two counts of murder over the deaths of the mother and daughter and remains in custody in NSW.

    No charges have been laid against Ms Passmore, who told The Advertiser she would face 'no charges in relation to murder'.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3580459/Hazel-Passmore-reaches-court-settlement-South-Australia-car-crash-alleged-killer-Karlie-Pearce-Stevenson-daughter-Khandalyce.html#ixzz48A9MUgs6
     
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  5. MarlyWings

    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    Evidence delay in Daniel Holdom murder trial

    September 8, 2016

    Police are waiting for evidence to arrive from across Australia in the case against the man accused of murdering a 20-year-old mother and her 2-year-old toddler before dumping their bodies in separate states.

    Daniel James Holdom, who was charged with two counts of murder in December last year, is accused of murdering Karlie Pearce-Stevenson in late 2008, five days before he killed her daughter Khandalyce.

    The skeletal remains of Ms Pearce-Stevenson were found in Belanglo State Forest in south NSW in August 2010, while her daughter’s body was found in a suitcase beside the Karoonda Highway, in South Australia’s Murray Mallee region, in July last year.

    The two cold case murders were linked after two separate calls to Crime Stoppers.

    A Sydney local court today heard prosecutors are liaising with interstate counterparts to complete the brief of evidence.

    “There is significant material still outstanding from South Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland and the ACT,” crown prosecutor Victoria Engels told Magistrate Les Mabbutt.

    It was estimated about 85 per cent of the total evidence against Mr Holdom had been compiled.

    The matter will return to court in November.

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/new...l/news-story/c3e5e5e19d10f0d3740fddbbd511d172
     
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