", The police officer responded: "I'm not assuming anything.
View Photos. Lock. Mr Edwards was arrested at the Kewdale house that he and his wife had owned for 16 years and had shared before she moved out when they split.
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", But he then went on to say: "Science says it's yours. One man who has known the 48-year-old since the early 1990s struggled to take in the allegations. Ms Barbagallo said the state wanted to present the evidence as part of what was called the "Telstra Living Witness project", in which it was alleged that between 1995 and 1997 a man in a Telstra van stopped and looked at women or offered them lifts. 3 Profile Searches. The court heard the witness who saw the van at Karrakatta did report what he had seen, but Ms Barbagallo said because Telstra records "were not the best" they could not find any evidence of it.
The reports found that he supressed his emotions and that he had a "displacement of feelings", which Ms Barbagallo said suggested he would take his anger or frustration out on strangers.
"We say it's relevant to all of the offences, because it's not far from where the [Karrakatta victim] was picked up and not far from where the other girls disappeared from Claremont," she said.
What did Westpac do wrong to be hit with the biggest fine on record? A friend of Mr Edwards and his estranged wife said the couple had been long-time volunteers with Belmont and Kewdale little athletics clubs, where their daughter had played sport.