The Mysterious Disappearance Of Jill Meagher: Her Husband Might Have Something To Do With It
This past weekend in Melbourne, Australia a 29-year-old woman disappeared during a night out with friends at the Bar Etiquette, which is in walking distance of her home — about a 10 minute walk if that; a little longer if she was slightly intoxicated.
Nobody has seen hide nor hair of the diminutive good-looking woman since she left the bar around 1:30am Saturday morning, but Jill Meagher’s handbag mysteriously appeared in a laneway not far from her home two days later after police had already searched the area. Said the police about the handbag, “it might have been planted there.”
Says this blogger about that, “If that’s the case, and given the proximity to her home, and just for the helluva it let’s assume her husband might have had the shits on with her for being out so late — could she have died in a domestic dispute on her way home or when she got home; her husband Thomas accidentally killing her (or maybe deliberately) after he went ballistic on her? It could have played out that way you know.?
Three days after her disappearance, there is still no sign of the ABC Radio employee, and today homicide investigators entered the apartment she lived in with her husband, who could have planted her handbag in a laneway off Hope Street — not far from where she lives on Lux Way.
Her mobile phone, has yet to turn up — the same mobile phone she used to call her brother from Bar Etiquette shortly before she disappeared.
She might have even phoned her husband too, or maybe he called her instead, fuming because she hadn’t returned home on time or something like that, and then to prevent the police from learning that he had been in touch with his missing wife before she went missing, assuming of course that her husband had something to do with her disappearance, perhaps he might have ditched the mobile phone in the hope of disposing of evidence that might be used against him, should police eventually charge him with the murder of his wife, if she turns up dead somewhere.
Of course, getting rid of the phone would be pointless given that there would be phone records of all phone calls she made that night, including one Thomas might have made to Jill, and/or, one that Jill made to Thomas shortly before she disappeared.
As it should be, police have a prime suspect in the disappearance of Jill Meagher, her husband, but at the end of the day he might not have killed her. Then again maybe he did after flying off the handle because she was out drinking later than she said she was going to be. You never know.
I am reminded of the disappearance and murder of Allison Baden-Clay, whose husband Gerard, is currently behind bars waiting to go to trial on first-degree murder charges after he killed her and then pretended she mysteriously disappeared.