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dude47 – an ongoing series, updated

Dude’s comment in italics.

I believe Keane spent time between midday and late afternoon early evening at 90a Mosley st Glenelg on the day he died.

After arriving in Adelaide that same morning and lodging his suitcase at the station ..

I believe that he was a guy in town to do business (or damage to George) George.

.. he may have rung Thomson, in some confusion as to how to get to Glenelg.

Jess may have picked up the phone.

I believe Jess met him on that day at Mosley st. Maybe she met him that day for the first time or maybe she had met him on a previous visit.

He takes the directions and arrives at Moseley Street.

Time passes

10 pm

He looks down at the pastry and potato scraps on the plate. Keane’s no fool and even in his diminishing state he puts two and two together.

His coffee was spiked.

Groggy and loosing consciousness the faces in front of him start to contort. The images of pretty little Jess and all 10 foot of George start to go green and wobbly.

Fully fit George is no match for Keane but like the closing scene in Gladiator when Maximus knows hes been poisoned and hes done for, he lands on final blow on Commodus.

In Keane’s case he lands one blow on George , but alas it is too little too late.

George disposes of the body.

and then ..

?

Who put what into his fob pocket – and who disposed of the book?

No prizes.

it isn’t over until it’s over.

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  1. dude47 #

    Groggy and loosing consciousness the faces in front of him start to contort. The images of pretty little Jess and all 10 foot of George start to go green and wobbly.

    He looks down at the pastry and potato scraps on the plate. Keane’s no fool and even in his diminishing state he puts two and two together.

    Fully fit George is no match for Keane but like the closing scene in Gladiator when Maximus knows hes been poisoned and hes done for, he lands on final blow on Commodus.

    In Keane’s case he lands one blow on George , but alas it is too little too late.

    May 6, 2020
  2. dude47 #

    Keane made the dead drop and put the TS slip in his fob. George turfed the book out on the way back from leaving Keane on the beach.

    May 8, 2020
    • Dead drop… what does that mean in context?

      May 8, 2020
  3. dude47 #

    In context the book and the slip were the unique identifier of each party. Keane sits alongside a stranger somewhere in Glenelg, maybe Jetty rd or a park bench in Mosley square. Stranger (George) puts a slip of paper down Keane picks it up , studies and pockets it knowing this is the missing piece if the ROK. With Contact made and credentials validated off they go towards 90a Mosley.

    May 10, 2020
    • пожалуйста #

      Bit daft of George to chuck away the book so publicly without considering the risk it might contain evidence to linking it to him?

      You’d think he’d opt for a more permanent method of disposal. Come to think of it, you’d think exactly the same thing about the body deposition site.

      Talk about shitting in your own back yard.

      May 10, 2020
      • Would a thirteen month old boy be able to be taught how to write?

        May 10, 2020
        • пожалуйста #

          Nice theory! We’ll have to check with Gordon. Not sure young Robin would have had the fine motor skills to do the micro-writing.

          May 10, 2020
  4. dude47 #

    Its pretty clear that whist George was of reasonable intelligence , were not talking about a mastermind criminal genius here.

    George was eking out a living running people around in an unlicensed cab and flogging goods on the side through small adds.

    His causal tossing away the ROK without any real thought to actually look through it to see if it may have anything incriminating fits character for mine.

    Lets face it he probably had no idea his number was in there and its fair to say most people would assume the same.

    May 11, 2020
    • Is this how it goes? Keane arrives with the slip in his pocket, meets George who has the matching book. They carry on their business at Moseley Street, meeting Jess during the day. He dies and George takes his body to the beach, then throws away the book. So he must have sent the slip to Keane earlier.

      May 11, 2020
      • пожалуйста #

        Doesn’t a recognition code of this type make more sense if it’s provided by a third party? Used in this way, it helps the first and second party identify each other without the risky exchange of any personal details, e.g. an address to send part of the code to.

        Look at the example of the torn postcard used by Otto Leipzig, Madame Ostrakhova, Smiley and Claus Kretschmar in ‘Smiley’s People’ for a worked example.

        Who set up the meet?

        May 11, 2020
  5. I remember some mention made about a Melbourne (?) identity who was somehow connected to the Rubaiyat ….

    May 11, 2020
  6. dude47 #

    Go to the Daphne Page case. It says everything about George.

    George admits in open court to be doing dodgy car deals with Melbourne underworld identities.

    George is on record as refusing to provide the Melbourne figures details and warning Daphne about attempting contact with the Melbourne figure with the words,

    “these are not the type of people that you go to the police about”

    May 11, 2020
  7. dude47 #

    So yes I believe a third party or kingpin was involved in connecting Thomson and Keane and using the book as the identifier.

    Step 1 Go to Adelaide Step 2 Call the number in the book on arrival
    Step 3 Receive meetings instructions Step 4 wait for contact to provide TS slip.

    I mentioned Blah Blah as have others. He’s was the kingpin of the biggest car thieving ring in the world yet his face was known to just a handful of people. He stayed in the shadows.

    May 11, 2020

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