Australian business woman Melissa Kadick, Accused of fraud, fraud and misappropriation of investment She disappeared more than three months ago, since last November, she left her home in Dover Heights, east of Sydney (Australia).
However, a few weeks ago, a group of surfers found a shoe lying on the beach in New South Wales He was still on a severed woman’s foot that turned out to be Kadik.
The discovery increased theories that the businesswoman was killed, especially since other parties were found near the first discovery, a place about 400 kilometers from Kadik’s home. However, forensic exams exclude the two being businesswomen.
According to statements by NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller, it has not been ruled out that the woman is still alive.
“There is always a possibility that she severed a foot and is still alive, even though it is completely fictional.” Fuller in a recent radio interview.
Although the theory seems far fetched, The police are not ruling out that this is possible as thorough searches have not resulted in the discovery of further Kadik remnants.
Caddick’s Asics boot and punk landed on a remote beach on the south coast of New South Wales last monthMore than three months after her disappearance from her home in the eastern suburbs.
According to Fuller The other remains found in the Mollymoc area belong to a missing man from Sydney who was last seen in Kiama. Other shocking discoveries were related to animals or perhaps a missing pilot.
While Fuller said he was “satisfied” with the possibility of Kadik’s death, the case is still open.
“We have 68 fraud victims and we feel sorry for them.” Said the police commissioner.
We are still trying to get the money back and this investigation is ongoing. But we have not closed this case. “ Added.
The commissioner claimed that investigators were still searching for the remains of Ms. Kadik as well as the millions missing.
Several prominent criminologists have raised the notion that the 49-year-old mother has been murdered, and police assert that they cannot rule out playing sinister. Although Fuller said that was “Minimum probability.”
Kadik was last seen on the night of November 11, hours after Federal Police raided her home.
Her 15-year-old son told the officers that he heard the front door locked at 5:30 a.m. on November 12 after his mother allegedly left for a morning tour.But he did not take any belongings, including his phone.
His $ 7 million home in Dover Heights is within walking distance of the cliff.
When asked if he had jumped, Fuller said so “This is really difficult” given that so many people are killing themselves in that area.
“(But not so often) south Sydney body parts are washed and in good condition since they disappeared on November 11 or so.”, He said.
“Not to say that it cannot happen. The pathologist will make more decisionsHe highlighted
Fuller added that in his experiment he had never seen a residue “Wash this way.”
Many experts argue that the shoe was in very good condition as it was in the water for three months, A theory favored by leading criminal psychologist Tim Watson Monroe, citing Australian media News.com.au.
“The shoe’s disintegration indicates that it has not been in the water for three months. While this is not my area of expertise, if that is the case, the probable scenario is that they have been killed or have been killed recently and have been on the ice for a while.” He said.
“An amputated foot is a great start. They (the police and the public) see this and let it go. Among all the beaches and feet in the world, to find their shores … What is the likelihood of that?” The expert confirmed
Another forensic expert to support this theory is Paula Magne, who says that no barnacles or marine growths on shoes are found on the feet.
“If the shoes had been floating for that long, barnacles would have been expected. But if they were kept protected, perhaps in a plastic bag or immersed in a car, the chance of them being seen was reduced.” The expert commented in the local media.
Kadik split up $ 25 million to family and friends through her dubious financial business Maliver, Which uses a Ponzi-like scheme.
With the money he would have bought luxury items and personal expenses.
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